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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Mon Jul 28, 2014 9:46 am

Forecast for the week 28.07.2014 - 01.08.2014

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A key event this week will be the US Federal Reserve's two-day meeting June 29-30. It is expected that the American regulatory body will again curtail the QE3 asset purchasing program from 35 billion USD to 25 billion USD. Even now, one may confidently predict that this program will be cut from 25 billion USD to 15 billion USD at the September 16-17 meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, and QE3 will come to an end October 28-29 with a final reduction of 15 billion USD. It is likely that ending the asset purchasing program will increase long-term interest rates in the US, thereby bolstering the world's reserve currency.

Other significant events this week will be US GDP data for Q2 2014, US labor market statistics for the month of July, and the final figures for business activity indices in industry from such giants as China, Japan, Germany, Great Britain, the United States, and the Russian Federation for the month of July. Considering the EU's intention on July 29 to impose sanctions against the major energy companies of the Russian Federation, we expect a continued decline in European assets. The key EUR/USD pair may reach a support level of 1.3300 by the end of the week; GBP/USD may reach a level of 1.6900.

Yen exchange rates may manifest interesting behavior in the middle of the week. Despite a likely reduction in industrial production and consumer spending in Japan in the month of June, we do not rule out the possibility that the Japanese currency, acting as a protective asset, will strengthen against the US dollar amid the collapse of carry trade operations. We expect the USD/JPY pair to continue to consolidate in the range of 101.60-102.20.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:56 am

Forecast for the week 04.08.2014 - 08.08.2014

According to last week's results, it became known about the July deceleration of business activity in the industrial sectors of the eurozone, Britain, Japan, which is probably due to the introduction of sanctions against Russia by these countries.

This week a meeting of the Reserve Bank of Australia, the ECB and the Bank of England was held. It is expected that the regulators will keep key interest rates at the levels of 2.50%, 0.15% and 0.50%, respectively. The data on the labor market in Australia may put pressure on the Aussie on Thursday, which may cause the Australian to test the 0.9250 mark. The single European currency could once again come down to the 1.3365 level, if the statistics on industrial output in the 3 largest eurozone economies - Germany, France and Italy, as well as the June data on retail sales in the euro zone will be worse than expected. In the case of the projected decline from 2.3% to 1.5% in annual growth rates of industrial production in the UK, the pound may be testing the 1.6750 mark.

During the week, the USD/JPY pair is likely to continue to consolidate itself in the range of 102.20 -103.00 against the background of the weak July data for the labor market in the United States, which has intensified the uncertainty of the time-frame for increasing the key interest rates in this country.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Mon Aug 11, 2014 10:48 am

Forecast for the week August 11, 2014 - August 15, 2014

In the near future we expect a number of macroeconomic parameters in the Eurozone to deteriorate after the Russian Federation introduces retaliatory sanctions on the EU. This week watch the final estimate of the consumer price index in the Eurozone for the month of July. CPI is expected to be 0.4% (y/y) for the reporting period, reflecting the development of deflationary processes in the Eurozone. Furthermore, the Euro may experience pressure from the likely slowdown of GDP growth rates in the Eurozone in Q2 2014 from 0.9% (y/y) to 0.7% (y/y), and of industrial production from 0.5% (y/y) to 0.1% (y/y). We do not rule out the possibility that the Euro may fall to the level of 1.3300 by the end of the week.

This week the British currency will account for unemployment figures and the Bank of England's quarterly report about inflation in the country. We don't anticipate any changes to the previous estimate of Great Britain's GDP for Q2 2014. We believe that, by the end of the week, the pound will test this summer's lows in the region of the 1.6700 mark.

The USD/JPY pair will probably continue to consolidate in the range of 101.50-102.50. The world's reserve currency may be bolstered by July's figures for industrial production and retail sales in the US, while the yen may receive support from information about Japan's GDP for Q2 2014, and the ongoing geopolitical conflicts in Iraq and Ukraine.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby nycfx » Thu Aug 14, 2014 7:44 am

I glad to know that exness went through an audit. :) It's pleasure to know that they don't hide anything. They are more transparent than other brokers.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Tue Aug 19, 2014 4:45 am

Forecast for the week August 18, 2014 - August 22, 2014

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This week, attention should be paid to the publication of the minutes from the last US Federal Reserve meeting, as well as the meeting of representatives of central banks and leading economists at the annual symposium at Jackson Hole. At the time, Ben Bernanke and Alan Greenspan used the annual meeting in Wyoming as a platform for important announcements. This year, a possible comment made by Janet Yellen concerning the terms of increase in key interest rates in the United States, may trigger the curtailing of the carry trade operations in global financial markets.

Tuesday to Thursday, the July statistics on consumer inflation, as well as the data on home sales in the United States will be released. Against the background of the expected consolidation of the world's reserve currency, we do not exclude the EURUSD pair falling to the support level of 1.3335.

In the light of the soft statements coming from the Bank of England, involving an interest rate rise in the UK, only in Q1 of 2015, on Tuesday, buyers of the British currency will be closely monitoring the inflation rates in the country, especially the consumer price index. On Wednesday and Thursday, the volatility of the pound strengthened against the background of the release of the Bank of England's August meeting minutes, as well as the July data on retail sales in the UK. During the week, a consolidation of the pound range 1.6650-1.6750 is expected.

August 21 will be a landmark day for the commodity currencies. On this day, HSBC and Markit will submit a preliminary report for this month on the index of business activity in China's manufacturing sector. In the case of the growth rate above 52 p., the AUD / USD and NZD / USD pairs are likely to test the levels of 0.9370 and 0.8550, respectively.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby highway » Fri Aug 22, 2014 9:09 am

Hello. I opened an account and made deposit using Ukash then I wanted to try to withdraw money as it is said via bank wire. But I couldn't do so. I've got this refusal: In order to be able to make withdrawal through another payment system it is necessary to trade on your account. EXNESS is not exchanger. What does it mean?
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Fri Aug 22, 2014 9:34 am

highway wrote:Hello. I opened an account and made deposit using Ukash then I wanted to try to withdraw money as it is said via bank wire. But I couldn't do so. I've got this refusal: In order to be able to make withdrawal through another payment system it is necessary to trade on your account. EXNESS is not exchanger. What does it mean?


Dear highway!

Let me shed the light on this situation.

You really cannot make a withdrawal immediately after depositing your trading account. In order to withdraw your funds you should start trading. At least you should open one order. Otherwise your actions are treated as exchange operations unacceptable in the company.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Tue Aug 26, 2014 7:46 am

Audit company confirms accuracy of EXNESS trading volumes for May-July 2014

Dear clients and partners,

We are pleased to inform you that in August 2014 EXNESS continues to publish detailed reports about its trading volumes, which have been certified by an independent external auditor.

EXNESS specialists are confident that this new standard for providing reliable financial information will contribute to more open and transparent business relationships on the forex market.

As before, the trading volume data was certified by the independent audit company Meritorius Audit Limited, which is part of the MAP S.Platis Group — one of the leaders in professional consultancy services in Europe's forex industry, offering solutions in a wide range of financial services: licensing, financial auditing, risk management consulting, etc.

The provided report contains information about trading in the period from May to July 2014, inclusive.

Download information about EXNESS trading volumes from 05/01/2014 to 07/30/2014, which have been certified by the audit company Meritorius Audit Limited, on our website in the section "History".
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Tue Aug 26, 2014 7:47 am

Forecast for the week of 08.25.2014-08.29.2014

Last week's speech by J. Yellen at Jackson Hole provided substantial support to the world's reserve currency in the FOREX market. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve said that in the event of a further improvement in the US labor market or a more rapid rise in inflation, an increase in the federal funds rate may happen sooner than it is expected by the FOMC now.

This week, pay attention to the August CPI in the euro zone. According to a number of forecasts, annual growth for this indicator can slow from 0.4% to 0.1%, which would require the ECB to further expand monetary stimulus in the euro zone. By the end of the week the EUR/USD pair may be reduced to the level of 1.3100

On Tuesday, British currency buyers will closely monitor the statistics on the number of permits issued for mortgage lending in the UK. In case of a July decrease of this index below 43.3 thousand, the pound may test the level of 1.6500. On the same day an unpleasant surprise lies in wait for buyers of the Kiwi. In case of the projected decline from 247 million to (-475 million) of New Zealand's trade balance in July, the NZDUSD pair risks falling back to its 0.8350 low of last week.

The USDJPY pair may rise to the level of 105.00 if the 104.20 high is renewed. American currency can be helped by data on the number of new home sales and the volume of orders for durable goods in the United States. We believe that the second estimate of the US GDP for the 2nd quarter of 2014 published on Thursday will not cause significant resonance in dollar assets.
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Re: EXNESS - www.exness.com

Postby EXNESS » Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:25 am

EXNESS invites you to participate in a webinar entitled «How to benefit from bullish or bearish trends»

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Register for free here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1927886247902598658

EXNESS and the international agency Trading Central have been hosting world-class training webinars since May 2014. A new webinar, in which Clément Hirson will talk about how traders can earn money from bullish and bearish trends, will be held September 9, 2014.

Clément Hirson is a senior technical analyst at TRADING CENTRAL. He is in charge of the indices, equities and ETF for US and LATAM institutional buyside clients. Mr. Hirson received his Master degree of finance from the ESG Management School. He has over five years trading experience.

In the webinar, Clément Hirson will briefly discuss the basics of technical analysis, how to identify trends and figures, as well as provide concrete examples of trading strategies and real market situations. The "How to benefit from bullish or bearish trends" webinar will be held Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at 08:00 GMT +0. You can register for the webinar for free using the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1927886247902598658

The number of participants is limited!
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