USD/JPY plunged after Fed’s first rate hike in 2017. USD/JPY heading towards 112, when will we see it going back to 115 or even 118 level?
Nicola Sturgeon’s unrelenting wish to decimate her own national economy is causing confidence in M&A activities, a surge in the Pound and could be very good news for British brokerages with GBP as a base currency
The market continues to doubt Federal Reserve’s resolve to tighten. As the upcoming FOMC meeting in March draws nearer, will USD/JPY break through the key level of 112?
Total fee and commission income for FY2017 is set to be $3 million below expectations.
GBP/USD opened the week with a 170 pips gap. Will the sterling slide further this week?
Key Brexit figure and Barclays Capital exec Sir Ivan Rogers quits as EU representative in leaked email
Many Conservative MPs and business leaders in London look forward to a Britain that is independent of Europe, however the wrangling continues. We look at the government’s emphasis on London’s FinTech future
“Thus, Belgium’s policy is at odds with the global drive toward causing minimal collateral damage which is a cornerstone of business ethic and leadership in the developed world.” – Meir Velenski, CEO, Velenski Financial Group
We are counting down to Fed’s first and the last rate hike in 2016. Will EUR/USD break 1.05?
Brexit: Democracy and a thriving electronic trading business among London’s finest, or a spanner in the works? Op Ed
The result of a referendum on European Union membership cannot be overturned. Or can it? What would happen within London’s financial sector if the execution of Article 50 is blocked and democratic process receives a poke in the eye? As the High Court continues to hear absurdities as to why it should not be invoked, we take a look at the potential consequences and the signs that the electorate and London’s business leaders are a true voice of reason.
Hope of a December rate hike by Fed is high. Possibility of “Frexit” and possibility of Italian Prime Minister stepping down plagues Europe. Will the EUR/USD head towards parity?
The market is expecting high volatility this week as the U.S election takes place on Tuesday, 8th November 2016.
4 major central bank interest rate announcements line up for this week. High volatility presents more trading opportunities, great news for traders.
How did the GBP flash crash really happen? Why will the GBP be the currency to lead the entire range of majors very soon? Why does credit and liquidity mean more than European trade agreements? We investigate
MiFID equivalence after UK’s exit from EU: Ireland is a poor relation, mainland Europe is worse – but ultimately who cares?
As LMAX looks toward adopting Irish regulation in addition to its FCA license if a single market EU agreement doesn’t materialize, we dissect why any move by any firm to mainland Europe would be the absolute wrong decision. British companies can expect everyone, everywhere to come to them in droves and moving to the EU would quash that opportunity.
The effect of Sterling flash crash lasted longer than a flash. Sterling is trading towards the flash crash low. Will it break the key level of 1.20?
EU Passporting post Brexit – FinanceFeeds speaks to the Conservative Party in London on the bright future ahead
In London, the world’s most sophisticated and advanced financial center, FinanceFeeds speaks to the Conservative Party’s technological advisory body, run by senior government officials, as to what is likely to happen to the MiFID passporting post Brexit, and why there will only be a positive effect
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Post Brexit Britain offers best of both worlds for FX firms as ‘passporting’ will help access to EU customers
As London’s post-Brexit business environment flourishes, we take a detailed look at how ‘passporting’ will ensure […]