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Phillip Capital Gets FINRA Membership Phillip Capital Inc, a member of Singapore-based PhillipCapital Group, is now a member of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). As a result, the firm expands its product range from futures and FX to include self-clearing corporate equity and debt securities. ...
Saxo Bank’s 10 for 2016 - Drawing Attention to the Unfathomable Saxo Bank has released its annual set of ‘Outrageous Predictions’ for the year ahead - 10 unlikely, yet perhaps underappreciated, events that could have significant consequences on the financial landscape as we head into 2016. The firm says the predictions are meant ...
Oanda to Offer Algo Platform

18:04 December 8th 2015 in News, Retail FX

Oanda to Offer Algo Platform

Retail FX-broker Oanda says that it will offer clients an institutional algorithmic testing and execution platform through its partnership with Seer Trading Systems. Seer Trading offers algorithmic trading features that it claims are not currently available across retail focused platforms, ...
FX Retail Traders Say Discipline and Risk Management Are Most Important Oanda has surveyed its traders to uncover what is most critical to their trading performance and provide tips for new traders for 2016. The findings also challenge misconceptions about the risk appetite of retail FX traders, the firm says.  When asked ...
M&A Trend Continues in FX with £200m Acquisition of Currencies Direct M&A activity is continuing in the FX market with Palamon Capital Partners and Corsair Capital agreeing to buy Currencies Direct, a provider of FX and international payment solutions to private and corporate clients, for over £200 million.Currencies Direct’s ...
Despite a Sterling jump on Thursday evening after a BBC exit poll indicated a surprise outcome in the UK general elections, market analysts believe that the rally will be short-lived as the currency markets settle down to business as usual. ...
Australia’s central bank sprang a surprise on the foreign exchange markets this week by leaving interest rates unchanged at 4.25%, contrary to an expected cut. In response to the RBA’s decision, the Aussie dollar climbed to a six-month high ...