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Why have US companies abandoned a major Saudi investment conference?


On the 23 October, world leaders, CEOs of the some of the biggest companies in the world and global media outlets were to descend on Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for the opening of the second edition of the kingdom's prestigious Future Investment Initiative (FII).

Saudi Investment Conference

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Trading the SP500 CFD with the Open Range Breakout: October 17, 2018


The first two weeks in October can be considered the most volatile weeks of the year following the mini-crash in US equities at the beginning of February 2018. The reason for the current turmoil in US equities is largely due to rising US yields, which seem to wo

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​Will Iranian Sanctions Push Oil To $200 A Barrel?


The oil market is a notoriously volatile one to trade due to the number of factors that influence its price. Supply, demand, geopolitics, war, sanctions, global growth are all at the top of the list. However, it seems like something maybe be brewing beneath the surface…

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Will US yields top out and drive Gold higher after its ‘real-deal’ breakout?


Will gold go higher following the climb in US yields?

Economic Events: 15 October – 19 October 2018

Source: Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar

DAX30 CFD

In the last week of trading the bears were in full charge of the action in the equity markets. On Tuesday, the DAX pushed below 12,000 points and on Thursday, with the biggest

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Forex Week in Review: October 12, 2018


The past week has been a steady one for the currency markets, with the exception of some USD crosses. Both the US and Canada had bank holidays on Monday in observance of Thanksgiving (Canada) and Columbus Day (US), so the start of the week was weak in terms of volatilit

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