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22 March 2019

What Impact Will Falling Australian Property Values Have on the Australian Economy?

Australians have hade a long lasting love affair with home ownership. In fact, Australians have historically enjoyed very high home ownership rates compared to the rest of the world. It is no surprise, therefore that housing and monetary policies are at the forefront of Australian political and economic commentary. The recent slump in housing prices in capital cities particularly has sent shock waves through the Aus...(Read more)

22 February 2019

5 Reasons to Choose a Good Broker

To trade in the Forex market, traders need a broker to facilitate trades. Not all brokers are equal. Choosing a good broker can make all the difference where it matters most – your bottom line. A good Forex broker will provide you with peace of mind, security and the best opportunities to succeed with your trading. Good brokers will provide you with valuable key reasons to choose them. These include. ...(Read more)

11 February 2019

Trump's Influence on the Market

Love him or loathe him, it can’t be denied that Donald Trump’s presidency has been a significant shock upon trade, stock and money markets. From day one, Trump has portrayed himself as an outsider with a preparedness to do things differently. He has made no apologies for putting America first and signalled his intent to do so almost immediately by withdrawing the United States from the Trans Pacific Partnership. The...(Read more)

14 January 2019

What Will the Coming Brexit Mean For the UK, EU and Global Economy?

As a member of the European Union, Britain has enjoyed the benefits of free trade within greater Europe, while being subject to all the rules and regulations imposed by Brussels. Britain has been regarded as Europe’s financial capital. How Brexit will impact upon Britain, Europe and the world in general is very difficult to predict. The difficulty is made greater by the fact that there is so much uncertainty about ...(Read more)

11 December 2018

FCA Intends to Enhance Limitations on Crypto

UK Cryptocurrency traders will have to rethink their CFD trading strategies after the UK Financial Regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) moved to limit leverage on CFDs (contracts for difference) to 2:1. Citing risks to consumers, marketing integrity, the use of Cryptocurrency for unlawful purposes and future threats to financial stability, the FCA has flagged the possibility of banning crypto related CFD ...(Read more)

30 October 2018

USA China Trade War

Donald Trump’s administration has adopted a strong nationalist stance. Part of the policy direction has involved a particularly aggressive stance against towards trading with China. The immediate short term effect has been the strengthening of the US dollar against all major currencies with the exception of the Japanese Yen. In stark contrast the Chinese currency initially lost eight percent of its value relative to...(Read more)

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