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Just last week, on May 24, bitcoin hit an all-time high of $2,791.69. But on Monday, despite low volatility due to holidays in China, the United Kingdom and the United States, the crypto-currency fell 18.7 percent, or $520, according to data from CoinDesk.

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Singapore has been the largest Forex trading center by volume in the entire Asia-Pacific region, and is regulated by the Singapore Monetary Authority.

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Despite holidays in China, the U.S. and the United Kingdom, oil prices fell on Monday due to continued drilling in the U.S. which has continually undermined OPEC’s attempts to curb production and to stabilize oil prices.

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There are again relatively high-impact news items scheduled this week, compared to last week. However, very important data and central bank input are due from the United States in the form of Non-Farm Payrolls, as well as from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

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The latest drop in oil prices served to put sell pressure on commodity-linked currencies, including the Aussie, Kiwi and Canadian Dollars.

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The US Dollar was on the backfoot during Thursday trading in London after the US central bank was seen as unexpectedly dovish in its latest policy minutes.

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Asian shares were broadly higher on Thursday morning after the U.S. Federal Reserve took a cautious approach to future interest rate hikes and the plan to reduce its $4.5 trillion of bond holdings.

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The US Dollar was mixed after one Federal Reserve official helped to raise expectations that the central bank is likely to raise interest rates again this year after all.

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Chinese stocks plummeted more than 1 percent on Wednesday morning before rebounding slightly after the Moody's Investor Services downgraded China's debt ratings from A1 to Aa3.

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Oil prices were lower on Tuesday morning after U.S. President Donald Trump suggested selling half the nation’s strategic oil reserves to raise $16.5 billion.

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Yes, Forex Trading is legal in Malaysia but only with a registered and approved financial institution. Read more to find out how to trade forex in Malaysia.

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Euro has weakened across the board in the early trading session across Asia and Europe, with the expectant result of the French elections now selling on the news. Whilst many see this result as a positive for the single currency, it seems the result was priced in after opinion polls late last week suggested which way the vote would go. EURUSD EurUsd has fallen near 100 pips from an overnight high of 1.1022. The US Dollar is strengthening with anticipation of a June rate increase, after string...

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Trading gold and silver has become increasingly popular over recent years. This article will focus on the online trading of gold and silver.

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If you are thinking of starting to trade crude oil, there are a few major pitfalls you should be aware of first, and some ways to best avoid them.

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The question is not which indicator you use; but what that indicator is measuring, why you are using it, and how it fits your trading strategy.

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ECN brokers earn via commissions & spreads, and as they do not profit from their clients losses, they have no potential conflict of interests with their clients.

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In deciding which is a better approach to take in picking trend trade entries, don’t forget that taking more frequent profits should result in a compounding effect which magnifies overall profit.

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What are the differences between day trading and swing trading? Is either trading style a good idea for you?

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The Euro gained slightly against the Dollar and the Pound Friday, and strongly against the Japanese Yen, traders noticed the debate on the ECB’s accommodating monetary policy. At the start of the US session, the British pound declined sharply against the Euro to 87.55 pence for one euro, but falls were also seen against the greenback, to 1.2163 dollars. The Swiss Franc gained modestly against the euro at 1.0727 and more significantly against the Dollar to 1.0073 francs, versus 1.0083 francs...

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The EURUSD was steady on Wednesday as it anticipates the US Federal Reserve monetary policy decision, while adjustments to the BoJ monetary policy meant the Yen was in a volatile state on morning trading. There is a strong sense of anxiety around the markets today, not only in Foreign Exchange but also stocks and commodities. It’s no surprise that traders are watching closely the decision by the Fed, whose monetary policy committee (FOMC) will announce at 1800 GMT if it leaves rates unchanged,...

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The Euro is gaining ground versus the US dollar during the morning sessions in Europe. The exchange rate moved up to 1.086 dollars, higher than the close of 1.083 dollars on Friday evening. It’s the start of a busy week with statistics, especially with the US employment report on Friday. The US dollar is currently under strong pressure against major currencies like the euro and a continuation of the upward trend cannot be achieved only through excellent job figures. Investors may see good...

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The British Pound remains under pressure against the US Dollar after a week of fairly positive data over stateside, with Non Farm Payrolls adding 211k above analysts expected 200k forecast. Labor force participation also rose by a tenth of a percentage point to 62.5%. With some mixed but slightly negative data last week for GBP, with Manufacturing PMI down, Construction PMI down but Services PIM up, the Pound looks weak and could well be heading down to take out last week lows of 1.4894. “The...

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The euro was pushing slightly lower against the US dollar in morning trading, the single currency being affected by the terrorist attacks that have hit Paris over the weekend. The events of this weekend could have a greater economic impact on tourism and consumer spending over the weeks running up to the end of year celebrations. There is a very real threat of current events pushing France back into recession, which could ignite new ECB intervention. France is the second largest economy in the...

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Since last Thursday’s interest rate decision, GBP has failed to show any strength against any of the major currencies. Falling through short term support levels and looking to test lower levels. Conversely the US Dollar looks in a buoyant mood again since the non-farm payroll figures on Friday. The non-farm payroll data trumped forecasts with a whopping 271k versus forecast 181k. Unemployment rate stayed unchanged at 5%. It seems the trend for US Dollar (up) and British Pound (down) may stay...

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Many economists forecast steep inflationary growth in the UK over the coming months with the effects from weak commodity prices and falling university fees tailing off. As a result, some analysts are going so far as to predict that the Bank of England (BoE) could increase the benchmark interest rate ahead of the Federal Reserve. This has seen the Pound edge higher versus its major peers on Thursday morning. British Retail Sales data, due for publication later on Thursday, has the potential to...

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Sterling managed to romp higher against a number of its peers on Friday as investors responded to hawkish interest rate related commentary from Bank of England (BoE) policymaker Kirstin Forbes. After Forbes intimated that a UK interest rate hike could occur sooner than markets currently envisage the Pound firmed, consolidating gains accrued earlier in the week following the release of an upbeat UK labour market report. Yesterday’s Rightmove House Price data revealed property price gains of...

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The British manufacturing industry sidestepped sturdy growth last month in favour of job losses and softer output, according to yesterday’s PMI print. The lowlight of the report was the jobs sub-index, which came in below the 50.0 mark that separates growth from contraction for the first time since 2013. However, the Pound avoided any heavy losses because the headline PMI index came in at 51.5, which was slightly better than economists’ forecasts of 51.3 but still represented the second...

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China released improved trade data that missed expectations on Thursday, figures that suggest... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.

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Having the past year’s best-performing major currency may become a burden for the U.K. economy,... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.

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Some Federal Reserve policy makers were concerned investors may be growing too complacent about the... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.

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On Thursday, the ECB president Draghi opened the door for ECB bond buying. Such news was long awaited and markets have appreciated the fact it finally came. Central European markets were no exception - currencies firmed and regional bonds posted some mino...

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