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What’s Forward Guidance? // 07 Aug. 2013

The biggest news today in the fx market is the announcement of the forward guidance policy by the Bank of England (BoE). But what is it exactly? Read more >>

What is Quantitative Easing? // 19 July 2013

If you have been following the fx market over the past few months, chances are that you have heard traders talk about the USD Federal Reserve's plans to "taper its QE" within the year. But what does the statement mean exactly? Read more >>

Want to Become a Successful FX Trader? Read This. // 15 May 2013

Here are some tips that could help you become a better, if not a more successful fx trader. Read more >>

Understanding FX Trading Sessions // 18 April 2013

While the foreign exchange market is open 24 hours every day, there tend to be peak activities during specific periods of time. These peaks are often experienced during major trading sessions all over the world. Read more >>

Why You Should Demo FX Software // 16 April 2013

f you wish to use a particular platform to trade, it is important that you familiarise yourself with it first. There are a number of reasons why you should do this. Read more >>

Important Events This Week Apr 8-12 // 07 April 2013

While this coming week probably isn’t as busy as the last one, there are still a number of important updates that are worth looking into, which we have on this article. Read more >>

Important Events This Week Apr 1-5 // 01 April 2013

Read up to learn more about some of the biggest events in the forex market for this week, 1-5 April. Read more >>

How News Affect Forex Trading // 22 March 2013

Want to know how announcements affect forex trading? Read this article for more information. Read more >>

Forex Trading Tips: E-Currency 101 // 19 March 2013

Unless you have considered using e-currency, let us share with you a number of its characteristics and advantages in this article. Read more >>

Index of Commodity Prices Rises Anew // 05 March 2013

Australia’s index of commodity prices rose for the fourth consecutive month in February according to a report by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). The index increased by 2.3 per cent last month, continuing a surge that saw a previous increase of 2.4 per cent in January. This left commodity prices by 7.5 per cent from the recent low in October, but 15.2 per cent lower than the all-time high seen in July 2011. Historically, the current figures are still three times higher than late 2003 numbers at the beginning of the commodity price boom. Read more >>

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