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ECONOMICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Thu 23 Sep

China property giant’s Evergrande default fears worry investors as Beijing stands back for now

An overview of the Evergrande situation Fears of default of troubled China Evergrande Group, the world's most indebted property developer, continue to rise as markets look for possible intervention by Beijing to prevent the company's collapse and the spillover risks that would cause domino effects across the .

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Thu 23 Sep

Stepping up: Traders demanding more from brokers, CMS Prime answering the call

A talk with CMS Prime CEO, Amarnath Rath The retail brokerage landscape continues to see sizable changes in 2021 with companies looking to adjust to a new status quo. ForexLive spoke with Amarnath Rath, CEO of CMS Prime for his perspective on the company's outlook and expansion.

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Thu 23 Sep

There’s a new broker ready to shake the CFD Industry!

Introducing LiquidityX Based in Athens, Greece, Capital Securities S.A, who owns and operates the brand is an regulated and licensed Broker, authorised for CFD Trading Capital Securities S.A.is a Greek Investment Firm with

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Thu 23 Sep

Axiance chief HR on the future of work, finding the right talent, and redefining relationships with employees

A conversation with Axiance chief HR, Aliki Karmotou Newly-launched brokerage Axiance is already making waves with a new approach to doing business in the online trading industry. Based on strong values like transparency and fairness, Axiance has quickly capitalised on its socially responsible operations and ESG integration.

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ECONOMICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 22 Sep

21 assets for 2021

Rising inflation remains an important determinant of market reaction this year, as rising yields continue to challenge lofty equity market valuations, especially in the technology sector.

BASICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 22 Sep

Do you want to know the best and worst times to get a not-held order?

Understanding not-held orders Before anything else, let us start discussing held orders. These are the ones that need quick execution so they can be filled immediately. They usually expect executions at the best offer and best bids for buy and sell orders. may be the most common example.

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Wed 22 Sep

Finalto partners with BidFX

Finalto enters into partnership with BidFX Finalto () a global B2B multi-asset liquidity and clearing broker partners with institutional FX technology solutions provider BidFX to expand its FX and Precious metals distribution.

FOREX OPTIONS ORDERS FIXES | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Tue 21 Sep

Should you prefer held orders when they restrict the broker?

Getting to know held orders Market orders that need instantaneous execution so they can be filled immediately are called held orders. These trades will most likely expect executions at the best offers and bids for buy and sell orders, respectively. We mentioned market orders because these are some of the most common examples of held orders. And since you are already here, know that the opposite of held orders is a not held order. They the decision when it comes to time and price to get a better fill opportunity for a customer.

TRUSTED GURUS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Tue 21 Sep

Finalto shakes up Non-Deliverable Forward trading with game-changing offer

Finalto's newest offering involving NDFs Finalto takes the complexity out of Non-Deliverable Forwards with a revolutionary NDF offer that does away with the product's associated issues, providing a streamlined forex solution that can slot smoothly into any existing infrastructure.

BASICS | EDUCATION FROM BROKERS Tue 21 Sep

Why are there mismatch risks in swaps, investors, and cash flows?

Understanding mismatch risks If you say the term "mismatch risk," you might get a different answer from one person to another. , it might mean many things, but it will all go down to the possibility that there was a loss because two or more entities and their objective are not compatible. Hence, we call it mismatch risk. Usually, it takes the form of a principal-agent problem. A principal-agent problem occurs between an individual or a group of people and the entity authorized to move on their behalf. This authorized entity may have behaved in a way that is not in the principal's best interest.


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