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24 12, 2014

Low-priced crude oil slams currencies, stocks

2014-12-24T02:47:36+00:00December 24th, 2014|

The primary rich-oil nation are now facing weakened economic outlooks in the succeeding year as tumbling oil prices gave rise to a threat to dropping the same much further. Investors this week are beginning to shed their stocks and currencies more closely to tie commodity prices albeit the growing evidence [...]

17 12, 2014

Spread betting and Binary Options: International Trading Options

2021-01-28T18:53:18+00:00December 17th, 2014|

The range of financial markets available to investors in general is growing rapidly in a daily basis. Spread betting and binary bets are two common investment forms that have been introduced just recently are increasingly becoming very popular in Europe which are primarily based upon similar principles. Spreads and binaries [...]

12 12, 2014

Major renewables energy improvement from Contracts for Difference

2014-12-12T08:13:26+00:00December 12th, 2014|

Offshore wind developers could be set to receive an advantage from a new round of Government subsidies for renewable energy after a larger-than-expected Westminster funding committed its efforts towards a single objective. A new tranche of support for renewable projects, with industry body Scottish Renewables could help bolster prospects for [...]

9 12, 2014

Boost on services: Sterling rallies

2014-12-09T14:16:30+00:00December 9th, 2014|

A good boost from Britain's dominant services sector placed sterling the front foot as experts and analysts revisited the outlook on when interest rates will increase. Continued volatility in the prices of oil with Brent crude trading is presently below 71 U.S. dollars a barrel which means that energy stocks [...]

4 12, 2014

New managed volatility funds seek to secure client portfolios from market swings

2014-12-04T07:30:10+00:00December 4th, 2014|

Value in managed volatility are drawn from equity-like exposure with lower volatility, similar returns, and better downside performance. When clients seek a financial adviser's counsel, they normally rouse their dreams of a major upside and it is very important that clients be assisted in their risks by creating a balanced [...]

3 12, 2014

Experts modify U.K rate rise prediction

2014-12-03T14:54:39+00:00December 3rd, 2014|

Economists have pushed back their hopes for the first rise in the U.K. base rate as inflation appears set to plummet below 1 %. According to the most recent Bank of England (BoE) quarterly inflation report last week, it was more likely that the rate of U.K. inflation would fall below [...]

26 11, 2014

Royal Mail feels the tension from Amazon as profit collapse

2014-11-26T02:34:11+00:00November 26th, 2014|

Christmas is fast approaching and it seems that it doesn't appear as such for Royal Mail, which has already cut its growth forecast for the U.K. parcels business by citing its stern competition from Amazon. As the sole provider of the Universal Service in Britain, Royal Mail Group obligates itself [...]

21 11, 2014

Achieving Market Leverage: CFD versus Spread Betting

2021-01-31T16:19:30+00:00November 21st, 2014|

Investments in financial markets can garner hefty rewards. However, traders simply cannot always access the capital needed to get substantial returns. Leveraged products provide investors the opportunity to get significant market exposure with a small initial deposit. Popular in the United Kingdom, contract for difference (CFD) and spread betting are [...]

5 11, 2014

Nasdaq presses on with objective to clear forex derivatives in Europe

2021-02-02T20:37:58+00:00November 5th, 2014|

Nasdaq is pressing forward with its long-touted intentions to clear some of the foreign exchange instruments in Europe as local regulators are now being finalised with regards to mandatory rules for trading off-exchange derivatives. The United States-Nordic Group has lodge an application in the past weeks with the European regulators [...]

29 10, 2014

FOREX-Euro hits one-week low: ECB now easing and eyes on BoE

2014-10-29T00:03:03+00:00October 29th, 2014|

The euro experienced a one-week low against the dollar last week after reports that the European Central Bank was contemplating purchasing corporate bonds, stressing the diverging policy outlook for the United States and Eurozone. The euro declined to as low as $1.27025 on trading platforms in the EBS European trade [...]

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