Our video features some, but not all, of the leading market events for next week. Explore the full list of 4-8 March events in our detailed report.
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We are happy to inform you that we are expanding our instrument portfolio by adding several new CFDs on shares and an ETF.
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Our video features some, but not all, of the leading market events for next week. Explore the full list of 25 February-1 March events in our detailed report.
The year 2018 is behind us. And, if we were to describe its effect on the global economy in one word, then you’ll probably agree with us that turbulent fits it perfectly just by looking at the facts.
An endlessly ongoing trade war. Cannabis shares surging in price. Cryptocurrencies hitting record lows. A seemingly disjointed UK parliament failing to progress the Brexit negotiations. All these events sent mixed signals to investors and forced them to constantly re-update their portfolios in the hopes of catching up with the racing market trends.
Will the same thing happen in 2019? Let’s find out.
Our video features some, but not all, of the leading market events for next week. Explore the full list of 18-22 February events in our detailed report.
While the main icing on the next week’s cake seems to be several market-moving events from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, there is still a lot going on in the background. Find out what to expect during the 11-15 February period in our weekly issue of “Trading News to Watch Next Week”.
Source: DF Markets
Hello, and welcome to our weekly trading news report! Next week’s “VIP” reports include a RBA Rate Statement (AUD), BOE Inflation Report (GBP), Employment Change (CAD) and more. Let’s begin.
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As we witnessed in our previous blog post on the topic, flash crashes can sometimes be sparked by typical human flaws, such as greed or carelessness.
This time around we’ll examine 5 extra cases where the markets crashed not just under the hasty fingers of nervous traders, but also due to some serious malfunctions in the automated trading software that they used. Before we do that, however, we’ll attempt to address the question that’s probably swirling in your mind as we speak.