Bell FX Currency Outlook: Australian Dollar finds support on US dollar weakness as it shrugs off weaker local data.
By Christine Gaylican | Jan 24 | IBTimes AU
http://www.moneyshow.com/main.asp?scode=013358 Stuart McPhee, author of Trading in a Nutshell, discusses the main reasons why he feels that traders fail, and the fine balance between confidence and overconfidence.
By Roger Baettig | Aug 28 | IBTimes
20% of surveyed Chinese companies indicate convenience and reduced FX risk for the preference to be paid in Chinese renminbi
Jun 13 | iMoneywire
The April outlook for British Pound Sterling is expected to be resilient, mainly due to recent PMI data releases about services sector, construction and manufacturing of the UK economy and also struggling eurozone economy.
By Naresh Kumar | Apr 05, 2012 | IBTimes UK
Bell FX Currency Outlook: In a quiet session overnight, the Australian Dollar held yesterday's gains as local financial markets await a raft of economic data to be released today and the all-important release of the European Central Bank's second round of Quantitative Easing.
By Christine Gaylican | Feb 29, 2012 | IBTimes AU
Bell FX Currency Outlook The Australian dollar has opened firmer this morning, after improved investor risk appetite and gains across global equity markets boosted the AUD during the offshore session.
Oct 07, 2011 | Bellfx
Investors looking for Managed Futures accounts or alternative investments may have a harder time finding money managers that suit their investment profiles than those in other asset classes such as equities. For the very high net-worth individual and institutions, Managed Futures or Alternative Investments are commonly related to Hedge Funds.
Sep 08, 2011 | IBTimes
The new, updated Mirror Trading platform will be released by Tradency in November 2010 with a few innovative new features. One of the most significant of these features will take Mirror Trading to a new level by creating an opportunity for traders to minimize their risk. Currently, when traders add a strategy to their portfolios, they have to set an amount for each position opened by the strategy.
By Roger Baettig | Nov 23, 2010 | IBTimes