A key concept for those assessing the strength of an Internet business is that of land-grab. For example, Amazon.com is widely regarded as having claimed the online land for book buying. Anyone else trying to sell books on the ...
By Michael Burke, B&M Research
The New Year began with a sharp lurch downward by leading stock markets, especially Wall Street. If these trends develop into a more sustained bear market, or even a Crash then the rosy forecasts ...
By Sian Jones, Currency Strategist, MCM
Polish aspirations of full European Union entry will take a step closer to fruition with a free float of the zloty in the first half of this year, but could create a headache for ...
Over the next six months, National Australia Bank (National) will be restructuring its operations in the Far East to refocus on competitive areas of strength, says Jeff Mitchell, general manager, Asia, based in Hong Kong. The bank is focusing in ...
Commonwealth Bank listed Australia’s first AUD/USD "trigger" currency warrants on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on 25 November. Rick Lloyd, CBA’s global spot FX trading manager in Sydney, says the fixed pay out makes the warrants an easier ...
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has found a sharp reduction in trading of foreign exchange derivative contracts, although these contracts still account for the second largest sector behind interest rate instruments. The findings were published in the BIS’s ...
On Thursday, 16 December, the foreign exchange market observed a minute of silence in respect to Duncan Edwards, 40, who passed away last month after a short illness.
Duncan was very well respected throughout the foreign exchange industry. He entered the market ...
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By Andres Drobny, DrobnyStromeGlobalTrading, LLC
The first anniversary of the euro is not a happy one. Its performance during its first year of existence has been a deep disappointment to many, especially in recent months.
European growth has been accelerating ...
By Michael Burke, B&M Research, London
The world economy is suffering a capital shortage. This capital shortage, rather than any real threat of inflation, lies behind the decisions of many central banks to raise interest rates.
Those leading economies ...