Slump in US and Europe Stocks
17 April 2015
Recent losses in the energy sector sparked a dip in stocks for the US and Europe, leaving traders unsure about the movements of the US economy
Hong Kong Dominates Global Exchange Operators
16 April 2015
Hong Kong is having a major influence on the league table of the world’s largest companies.
FX Co-location: What's Fuelling the Rush?
15 April 2015
Jason Mochine, Commercial Director at Fixnetix, talks to e-Forex Magazine about the continuing demand for co-location services in the FX space
Japan to Review IPO Culture
02 April 2015
Outrage over a dip in confidence over the stock market has prompted Japan’s main exchange operator to address the issuing processes of initial public offerings (IPOs).
Start of Second Quarter Heralds Lively Markets
01 April 2015
Stocks have started the new quarter on a lively footing while falling sovereign bond yields have demonstrated uncertainty among investors.
US Regulators Target Trading Loophole
30 March 2015
The Securities and Exchange Commission has put forward a proposal to increase regulatory oversight of HFT firms.
European Stocks Lifted by Economic Data in Germany
26 March 2015
European equities markets have turned higher in morning trade, taking heart from economic data in Germany.
With the British pound trading near a five-year low against the dollar after the delivery of the UK budget, share indices are picking up.
Guidance on financial promotions in social media was published last week by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) after detailed engagement and consultation with the industry.
As European stock markets recovered solidly after Tuesday’s sharp falls, Wall Street has put in a far less promising result as the unrelenting rise of the dollar instilled renewed uncertainty in many about the prospects for the US economy.
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