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New Margin Requirements on Futures

Please be advised that our margin requirements across all futures contracts are changing. As of market open on June 1st all futures contracts will be subject to a margin requirement of 2%. Any open futures positions will also be affected by this change. Please login to your platform at your earliest convenience in order to ensure that any of your existing positions have not been adversely affected. If you have any questions please contact us.

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FxPro Interview with TipTV – A look at what’s moving USDJPY and EURGBP

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FxPro Currency Check 0730 29.05.2015

FxPro Currency Check 0730 29.05.2015

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Japan still struggles to inflate prices

The rally in USDJPY is taking a breather and understandably so following its spike to levels not seen since 2002. Data overnight indicated once again the fragility of the Japanese economy with inflation continuing to remain anchored and a surprise decline in household spending putting an end to the recent move higher. The BOJ’s efforts to get inflation back to 2% are proving harder than was expected as the ever declining Yen is causing Japanese consumers, who for years have been used to falling ...

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FxPro Currency Check 0730 28.05.2015

FxPro Currency Check 0730 28.05.2015

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UK lobbying begins for EU referendum

The dollar recovery over the past few days has been a talking point within the market as it has brought some landmark levels in some of the majors with the Yen hitting its highest level since 2002. The euro has also suffered losses retreating from above 1.1400 back below 1.1100 and is at 1.0935 this morning. The US economy has not been as strong as many had expected in the beginning of 2015 which has led to the pull back in the dollar as rate hike expectations are pushed back, but it also means ...

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OPEC to score own goal at next week’s meeting?

Oil prices have had a roller coaster ride since tumbling from over $100 a barrel almost exactly a year ago. Within six months of commencing their downward spiral crude prices were sub $50 in what was one of the quickest and sharpest bear markets seen in recent times. The speed and extent to which oil prices corrected was surprising and reflected a commodity that was clearly very over valued at the time. Production had been ramping up as the US shale revolution was fully underway, but just as ...

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Where to now for the dollar?

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FxPro Currency Check 0730 27.05.2015

FxPro Currency Check 0730 27.05.2015