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HY Markets is a part of global diversified conglomerate with business in financial services, property, education, and charity spanning 3 continents and 20 countries world-wide. It is a leading global corporation with over 30 years financial experience. Henyep Group companies are registered and authorized in world-leading jurisdictions including London, United Arab Emirates, and Hong Kong. This provides clients with the comfort and security of a global institution.
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Safe and Secure Trading
  Just like any other business or anything you decide to invest into, the importance of ensuring you invest into a safe and secure business is very important and when it comes down to forex  Trading, there is no difference. The forex market is the largest financial market in the world with over $4 trillion being traded daily; several brokers would approach you to ask you to trade with their company. As investors it’s important to know and be careful of the forex scams you could come across and how you can avoid them.
As an investor that wants to make large profits in the forex market, the investor need to first make sure the safety and security is the first aspect to check before investing. With the forex broker ensured and registered, a trader can be more confident with their trades, however each broker security and safety is stronger than the other.

Regulated Brokers
Working with only regulated brokers, is the first step towards doing business with a safe and secured forex broker. When a forex broker is regulated, it means the forex broker is registered to a financial authority, whereby every trading and financial activity is regulated by the financial authority.
When a broker is not regulated, it’s an indication of an unsecured and unsafe broker, which is very risky and the trader can fall into fraud and lose their investments. Another important factor is to know which country the forex broker you choose to do business with is located and if they are regulated in the country located.
Every regulated broker need to record and document every deposit, transactions and every other financial activity to the authority it’s registered to.
Another helpful factor to help you select a safe and secured forex broker is looking into the company’s capitalization. It’s wise to ensure the broker you choose is well capitalized to reduce the risks of loosing trades and funds if the broker happens to go bankrupt or when you win a trade. Most regulated companies are well capitalized.
Trading Platform
Finding a suitable and dependable trading platform is really important and another helpful tip to consider when looking for a reliable forex broker. It’s important you choose a trading platform that doesn’t crashes or freezes while trading, especially during the global economic events are taking place.
It’s important to be aware of the stability of your platform as a trader to have a safe & secure trading experience.
Customer Support
A good Customer Service and support is a very important key to selecting a suitable forex broker. Is important you check how you can contact the customer service team? How many languages does the trading platform offer? How fast does the customer service team responds?
These are important questions you need to ask and consider .You can check and test the customer service team/ representative to know how fast they respond to you.
The forex broker should be able to assist their clients when they need assistance, anytime of the day.
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Germany’s Ifo Business Climate Jumps In September
Sep 24, 2013
Germany’s Ifo Business climate slightly picked up lower than expected at 107.7 in September, compared to the previous reading of 107.5 in August, a report by the ifo Institute confirmed on Tuesday.
The composite index based on a survey of retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers picked up 107.7 in September, below Analysts forecasted reading of 108.0.
The Current Assessment Index fell to 11.4, from previous reading 112.0 last month, reports confirmed. The reading came in lower from analysts estimates of 112.5.
The Ifo expectations index advanced 104.2 in September, up from 103.3 in August.
German ZEW
Germany’s ZEW economic sentiment index for September advanced 49.6, up from previous reading of 42.0 in August, indicating that the country is recovering faster than its European partners.

“The financial market experts hold the view that the German economy is still gaining momentum,” said ZEW President Clemens Fuest. “In particular, the experts’ economic optimism has increased due to the improved economic outlook for the euro zone – although recently released economic data for Germany have fallen short of expectations.”
The ZEW Current situation survey rose to 30.6, from 18.3 in August, showing an improvement in the economy.
Services & Manufacturing Flash PMI
Manufacturing in Europe’s biggest economic powerhouse edged down in September, but remained at an expansion rate for the third month in a row, the flash data from purchasing managers confirmed.
Germany’s manufacturing sector’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) climbed to 51.3 in September, a preliminary reading indicates an expansion for the third month in a row, Markit Economics confirmed on Monday. The readings came in lower than analysts’ estimates of 52.0.
Another data released by Markit Economics, activities in Germany’s services sector posted a reading of 54.4 this month, up from previous reading of 52.8 in august.
“Germany’s economy remained firmly in recovery mode during September, and its strengthening performance should continue to reverberate across the euro area,” Tim Moore, senior Markit economist said. “Positive signs from the German economy are a crucial factor underpinning global business confidence at present, especially while some momentum has been lost across emerging markets,” he added.

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Spain Service PMI Drops In September

Spain’s final service PMI dropped to 49.0 points lower in September, falling below the 50 threshold and lower than previous reading of 50.4 in the previous month, the Markit Economics reports confirmed.

“The Spanish service sector failed to show much sign of a recovery during September as activity fell back in response to weaker new order growth which itself had been supported by further sharp discounting. One bright spot from the latest survey was that companies were at their most optimistic about the future for nearly three-and-a-half years, suggesting that Spanish service providers are seeing some light at the end of the tunnel.” Andrew Harker, a senior economist at Markit commented..
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Gold Prices Drops As Obama Nominates Yellen
Gold Prices were seen trading lower during Asian trading hours on Wednesday after US President Barack Obama announced that he will nominate Janet Yellen as the Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve (Fed).

Yellow metal futures for December delivery dropped 0.59% lower at $1,316.80 an ounce, while silver futures edged 0.98% lower to $22.225 an ounce at the time of writing.

The US dollar index, measuring the US dollar’s strength against six major currencies, advanced 0.27% to 80.276 at the time of writing.

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Gold Futures Drops From 4-Week Gains

Gold futures declined on Wednesday, after the release of the below-forecasted US labour data and clearing gains from the previous session. The market forecasts that the Federal Reserve won’t be tapering its stimulus program until March 2014, as the world’s largest economy is still yet to recover.

Futures for the yellow metal dropped from its previous gains, after reaching $1,344.85 an ounce on Tuesday, its highest level since September 30.

Gold contracts for December lost 0.68% to $1,333.50 an ounce on New York’s Comex as of the time of writing, while Silver futures declined 0.58% lower to $22.660.

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Euro Slightly Lower Against Greenback amid ECB Rate Cut

The 17-nation euro  traded slightly lower against the US dollar on the first day of the trading week, extending last week’s drop  after the European Central Bank revealed its surprising decision to trim its interest rate to a new record-low.

A string of upbeat US macro releases dragged the euro to its lowest level in two month, dropping below the $1.3400 mark.

The euro traded flat, standing at $1.3366 against the US dollar as of 6:40am GMT, while the economic slowdown in the eurozone led the ECB to reduce its borrowing cost to a new record-low.

“While no follow up move is likely in December, ECB officials have been happy to flag that further action could be taken as needed, such as another LTRO, adjusting forward guidance or even a negative deposit rate.

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Crude Oil Futures Rises amid Decline in OPEC Supply
Contracts for both WTI and Brent advanced on the first day of the trading week, as the world’s largest oil importer showed an upbeat-data and supply from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) dropped to a two-year low in November.

WTI contracts for December rose 0.51% higher to $93.17 a barrel at the time of writing on New York’s Nymex, while the European benchmark Brent climbed 0.39% to $110.12 at the same time in London.

The Chinese industrial activity rose to an 18-month high, as a separate data released show that the HSBC Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for November came in at 50.8.
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Australian Dollar Retreats From Lows amid Fed-Tapering

AUDWORLD MARKET NEWS  Dec 23, 2013 Your Comments
The Australian dollar  bounced back from its three-year low against the green back on Monday just before the Christmas-holiday trade.

The Australian currency dropped to its lowest level since 2010 last week, following the Fed’s decision to decrease its $85 billion monthly asset purchases by $10 billion starting from January.

“The FOMC tapered the pace of asset purchases by $10 billion per month, but strengthened its forward guidance about the conditions for future rate hikes. We now expect the FOMC to taper by $10 billion per month through September 2014, with a final $15 billion reduction at the October 2014 meeting,” analysts from Barclays Capital predicted.
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WTI Little Changed Ahead US Stockpiles Report
Crude oil futures were little changed on Tuesday after losing 1% yesterday, the most since Jan 8. The Western powers and Iran reached an agreement over the Persian nation’s nuclear program on Sunday.

North American WTI for February delivery rose 0.13%, trading at $92.13 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at the time of writing. While the European benchmark Brent crude for February settlement added 4 cents to $106.79 per barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange.  Brent was at a premium of $14.87 to WTI.
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Gold Price Pushes to 6-Week High as Market Grows More Hopeful
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Those who trade gold caused the precious metal to rise to it highest price in six weeks on Jan. 20, as global market participants became more optimistic about the commodity.

Gold futures scheduled for February delivery rose to as much as $1,261.30 per ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, according to This represented the highest price for this particular contract since Dec. 11. Later, February gold futures pared these gains, trading at $1,256.00 an ounce. This represented a 0.35 percent increase for the day.
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Oil Could Push Higher if Bullish Economic Growth Forecasts Ring True

Crude oil trading could result in the price of the commodity experiencing substantial gains if the predictions of widespread economic growth provided by market participants end up having some accuracy.

The forecasts that have been made about how well global business conditions will fare in 2014 and after could play a key role in the performance of crude oil, as the expectations that investors have for the worldwide economy are a crucial contributor to the price of the commodity.

The global economy should expand more rapidly this year than it did in 2013, at least according to the most recent estimates released by the International Monetary Fund in the latest update to its World Economic Outlook.
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Gold Prices Advances before US Labour Data

Futures for gold were seen climbing on the last day of the trading week before data for US job data including non-farm payrolls and unemployment rate figures. The data is expected to be released later in the day.  The yellow metal is rising towards its sixth weekly gain.

Bullion for March delivery rose 0.37% trading at $1,261.80 an ounce as of the time of writing, while silver futures fell 0.19% lower to $19.89 an ounce at the same time.

Meanwhile in China, the HSBC services Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) dropped to 50.7 in January, compared to the previous reading of 50.9 in December. China probably overtook India as the world’s largest consumer of gold in 2013.
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Asian Stocks Slightly Higher Ahead BoJ Statement

Stocks in Asia were seen trading slightly higher on Tuesday, with shares in Japan rallying before the release of the Bank of Japan (BoJ) monetary policy statement, which is expected to be released later in the day.

The Japanese benchmark Nikkei 225 index came in at 1.26% to 14,573.95 at the time of writing, at the same time Tokyo’s Topix index climbed 0.98% higher to 1,202.94.

The Bank of Japan is expected to release its policy statement which is forecasted to show the bank keeping its policy unchanged.
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Crude Prices Climbs as Cushing Supplies Falls

Crude prices was seen trading higher on Thursday, after the Federal Reserve (Fed) signaled that interest rates might increase in 2015 and government reports showed that crude inventories in Cushing dropped for a seventh week.

The North American WTI crude for April delivery advanced 0.14% higher trading at $99.31 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at the time of writing. While the European benchmark Brent crude added 0.14% to $106.00 per barrel at the same time.

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Gold Prices Climbs; Ongoing Tensions in Ukraine in Spotlight
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Gold prices were seen trading higher on Wednesday, picking up from previous losses, while traders increase demand for a safe haven as the tension between Russian and Ukraine continues. Meanwhile, the upbeat US consumer confidence capped bigger gains.

Gold futures for June delivery gained 0.22% to $1.314.40 an ounce at the time of writing on New York’s Comex. At the same time, silver futures for immediate delivery climbed 0.31% to $20.045 an ounce.

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Gold Prices Edges Higher Before US Jobs Report

Gold prices were seen climbing on Friday, as traders await the US non-farm payrolls report which is due later in the day and may show the current state of the US economy and may weaken the precious metal.

The anticipating US non-farm payrolls report is forecasted to have strengthened in March and may tip-off the next step the Federal Reserve (Fed) may take on its monthly asset purchases.

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Crude Prices Boosted by Escalated Tension in Ukraine

Crude prices were lifted on the first day of the trading week, boosted by the escalated tension between Ukraine and Russia over the weekend increasing concerns that the energy supplies in Europe may be disrupted.

The North American West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery rose by 0.51% higher, trading at $104.27 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at the time of writing. While the European benchmark Brent crude for May settlement added 0.54% to $107.92 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange at the same time.

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Stock Market Review 21th April

Following the Easter break, some of the market resumed as stocks in the Europe posted a higher weekly gain while stocks in the Asian region were mostly mixed, with stocks in China falling.

In China, stocks were seen falling as the benchmark index dropped to its lowest in five weeks, on worries new shares sales could draw funds from existing equities. In Asia, most of the markets across the region are closed for a holiday.

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Stocks Market Report 8th May

Stocks – Asia
Stocks in the Asian region were lifted on Thursday, bouncing back from yesterday’s losses after the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) Chair Janet Yellen delivered her speech.

The Japanese benchmark Nikkei 225 index edged 0.82% higher to 14,148.53 points at the time of writing, while Tokyo’s Topix index climbed 0.59% to 1,158.79 points at the same time. Mitsubishi Corp gained 6.5% to 1.938 yen, after the company’s earnings came in higher than forecasted. Japanese real-estate company, Heiwa Real Estate traded 2% higher.
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