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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Tue Nov 19, 2013 6:34 am

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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Wed Nov 20, 2013 6:19 am

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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Tue Dec 03, 2013 6:23 am

Crude Oil Futures Rises amid Decline in OPEC Supply
Contracts for both WTI and Brent advanced on the first day of the trading week, as the world’s largest oil importer showed an upbeat-data and supply from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) dropped to a two-year low in November.

WTI contracts for December rose 0.51% higher to $93.17 a barrel at the time of writing on New York’s Nymex, while the European benchmark Brent climbed 0.39% to $110.12 at the same time in London.

The Chinese industrial activity rose to an 18-month high, as a separate data released show that the HSBC Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for November came in at 50.8.
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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Mon Dec 09, 2013 3:07 am

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At HY Markets, we offer both retail and institutional investors with quick and easy access to a range offinancial markets including Forex, Oil/ Gas, Metals, Commodities and Stocks from a single integrated account.

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Just send us all the required documents and you can start trading without risking your money.
To obtain the $100 cash and any profits made, clients should meet our 10 lots minimum trading volume and 60 days non-withdrawal requirements.
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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Tue Dec 24, 2013 6:50 am

Australian Dollar Retreats From Lows amid Fed-Tapering

AUDWORLD MARKET NEWS Dec 23, 2013 Your Comments
The Australian dollar bounced back from its three-year low against the green back on Monday just before the Christmas-holiday trade.

The Australian currency dropped to its lowest level since 2010 last week, following the Fed’s decision to decrease its $85 billion monthly asset purchases by $10 billion starting from January.

“The FOMC tapered the pace of asset purchases by $10 billion per month, but strengthened its forward guidance about the conditions for future rate hikes. We now expect the FOMC to taper by $10 billion per month through September 2014, with a final $15 billion reduction at the October 2014 meeting,” analysts from Barclays Capital predicted.
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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Fri Jan 10, 2014 7:21 am

Euro Climbs Against Dollar Ahead of ECB Meeting
The euro added gains on Thursday from near a five-week low against the greenback, following the release of the Federal Reserve (Fed) minutes from the December meeting and ahead of the ECB meeting.

The euro rose 0.24% higher at $1.3607 against the US dollar at the time of writing, after dropping to $1.3554 yesterday, the lower since Dec 5. The euro was 0.4% higher to 142.90 yen.
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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Wed Jan 15, 2014 6:29 am

WTI Little Changed Ahead US Stockpiles Report
Crude oil futures were little changed on Tuesday after losing 1% yesterday, the most since Jan 8. The Western powers and Iran reached an agreement over the Persian nation’s nuclear program on Sunday.

North American WTI for February delivery rose 0.13%, trading at $92.13 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at the time of writing. While the European benchmark Brent crude for February settlement added 4 cents to $106.79 per barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange. Brent was at a premium of $14.87 to WTI.
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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Wed Jan 22, 2014 6:49 am

Gold Price Pushes to 6-Week High as Market Grows More Hopeful
Gold World Market News

Those who trade gold caused the precious metal to rise to it highest price in six weeks on Jan. 20, as global market participants became more optimistic about the commodity.

Gold futures scheduled for February delivery rose to as much as $1,261.30 per ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, according to Investing.com. This represented the highest price for this particular contract since Dec. 11. Later, February gold futures pared these gains, trading at $1,256.00 an ounce. This represented a 0.35 percent increase for the day.
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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:36 am

Crude Oil Drops on Weak China Manufacturing Data

Crude prices fell during Asian trading hours on Thursday, dropping for the first time in four days amid speculation fuel demand from China will slowdown, following the release of the downbeat manufacturing data from China.

The North American West Texas Intermediate for March delivery lost 0.04% to $96.70 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at the time of writing. While Brent for March settlement slid 0.24% low, trading at $108.02 per barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange at the same time. The European Benchmark crude stood at $11.36 premium to WTI.

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Re: HY Markets - International FCA Broker

Postby HY Markets » Wed Jan 29, 2014 11:53 am

Oil Could Push Higher if Bullish Economic Growth Forecasts Ring True

Crude oil trading could result in the price of the commodity experiencing substantial gains if the predictions of widespread economic growth provided by market participants end up having some accuracy.

The forecasts that have been made about how well global business conditions will fare in 2014 and after could play a key role in the performance of crude oil, as the expectations that investors have for the worldwide economy are a crucial contributor to the price of the commodity.

The global economy should expand more rapidly this year than it did in 2013, at least according to the most recent estimates released by the International Monetary Fund in the latest update to its World Economic Outlook.
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