The currency markets were relatively quiet today as focus was shifting towards upcoming event risk later this week. Investors are reluctant to take on new positions ahead of the FOMC announcement on Wednesday and Scotland’s referendum for independence on Thursday.
Sterling was given a slight boost after the headline UK inflation figure came in line with forecasts. As expected by economists, CPI rose 1.5% year-on-year in August, the lowest increase since May, compared with 1.6% in July.
According to the Office [...]
On the 20th of September, world famous forex coach Max Idzik will present a seminar entitled “Max’s Forex Intro” at the Mariott Hotel in Warsaw, Poland. Mr Idzik draws upon his many years of experience working as Head Trader for [...]
August has been another busy month for the XM Budapest office, with a significant increase in the demand for our educational services despite the lure of a summer vacation that most succumb to during this month.
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