Forex or The foreign exchange market is very very large financial market in the world, with a daily turnover of over $5 trillion. This market determines foreign exchange rates for every currency. It includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices. Forex trading refer to the art of buying or selling currency for profit.

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Reply #17 on: November 18, 2019, 04:53:22 PM
Forex market is moving. The news says that in May 2019, the pound stood at 41.00-40.50 baht per pound and has continued to depreciate. By the end of this year, there is a chance that the pound will depreciate by 20% from the beginning of the year if Brexit situation has changed, including

Worst case in October. England chose to Brexit without conditions. Expected to affect the confidence of investors. And affecting the British economy Causing the pound to weaken by another 8-10% from the current level at 33.30 baht per pound, considered the weakest in 35 years (since 1984)

The EU economy is expected to be affected by Brexit, but the euro may depreciate 2-3% from the current level. Because it's less affected However, after October, it is expected that both England And the European Union, when affected by the economic slowdown due to Brexit no deal, both parties should begin negotiations to solve the problem again. The economic situation in both countries should be improved.


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Reply #18 on: November 27, 2019, 01:46:32 AM
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Reply #19 on: December 07, 2019, 12:25:18 PM
Dow closed up 146.97 points, receiving the US-China news, nearing the first phase of the trade agreement.

Dow: The New York Stock Exchange closed up last night (4 Dec) in response to news reports that US and China are close to reaching the first phase of the trade agreement. The optimistic view of the progress of trade negotiations in both countries has helped the financial and technology stocks rebound. Meanwhile, energy stocks rose after crude oil prices soared more than 4%.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 27,649.78 points, up 146.97 points or + 0.53%, while the S & P500 index closed at 3,112.76 points, up 19.56 points or + 0.63%. Nasdaq index closed at 8,566.67 points, up 46.03 points or + 0.54%.

The New York Stock Exchange rebounded after the Bloomberg news agency cited sources citing that US and China are approaching the first phase of the trade agreement. Although relations between both sides experienced tensions about the case of Hong Kong and Xinjiang

An anonymous U.S. official said the US Trade Negotiation Board is hoping to reach its first phase of trade with China before the US imposes a 15% tax on imported goods from China. 1.56 billion dollars on 15 December. In addition, officials said that The US Congress enacts sanctions on Chinese officials for human rights violations in Hong Kong and Xinjiang. Will not affect trade negotiations

The President Donald Trump told reporters at the summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) yesterday that Trade negotiations between the United States and China are proceeding very well. The attitude of President Trump, contrary to the signal he sent on Tuesday past that The completion of trade agreements between the United States and China may be delayed until the US presidential election next November.

Financials and technology stocks rebounded in response to trade talks that signal progress. JP Morgan Chase rose 1.9%, Goldman Sachs rose 1.8%, Morgan Stanley increased 1.5%, Wells Fargo plus 1.2%, Citigroup plus 1.24% Bank of America Plus 0.9%

In the technology group, Micron Technology shares rose 2.3 percent, Apple shares rose 0.8 percent, Nvidia shares rose 0.8 percent, Advanced Micro Devices rose 2.03 percent, Microsoft shares rose 0.36 percent.

Alpha shares of Google's parent company jumped 1.9 percent after Larry Page and Google co-founder Sergei Brin Resign from the CEO position And the chairman of AlphaBet, respectively Which makes Mr Sandar Pichia, CEO of Google Take over the CEO position of AlphaBet in addition to the current position.

Johnson & Johnson shares jumped 1.6% after the company revealed the latest test found that Johnson's baby powder without asbestos components The said report helps investors to relieve anxiety. After the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported the findings earlier this year that The asbestos component was found in Johnson's baby powder products.

Energy stocks rebounded after WTI oil prices jumped more than 4% last night, responding to lower-than-expected crude stocks last week. Exxon Mobil shares rose 1.1 percent, Chevron shares rose 0.9 percent, Devon Energy rose 4.5 percent, Halleton shares. Which is a major US oil and gas drilling service provider, rose 2.27%

For the US economic data released last night, Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP) and Moody's Analogs revealed that the employment of the private sector increased by just 67,000 positions in the month. Nov. Lower than analysts expected at 150,000 positions

While a survey by the US Supply Management Institute (ISM) found that the US service sector index fell to 53.9 in November from 54.7 in October. However, the ISM report contrasted with data from IHS mark, which states that the final purchasing manager index (PMI) in the US service sector Rose to 51.6 in November, the highest level in 4 months from 50.6 in October.

Other US economic data scheduled for release this week include Number of weekly jobless claims, October trade balance, October factory orders, November non-farm payrolls, December consumer confidence index From the University of Michigan And inventory in the wholesale sector in October.


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Reply #20 on: December 09, 2019, 02:26:28 AM
The foreign exchange or 'Forex Market' is the world's largest financial market. It is a non-stop cash market where currencies of nations are traded off-exchange through brokers. Exness is the best of forex broker.


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Reply #21 on: December 09, 2019, 06:21:06 AM
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Reply #24 on: January 24, 2020, 12:37:42 PM
Reasons to invest in the Forex market (FOREX)
1. Use a minimum initial investment of thousands of baht can try to invest.
2. Increase financial leverage with leverage and deposit bonuses.
3. Deposit, withdraw money conveniently Make transactions via mobile phone 24 hours a day.
4. The market is open Monday to Friday, 24 hours a day, not holidays.
5. The market is moving fast. Makes it easy to study the changes
6. No need to read the profit statement. Company loss
7. No need to buy multiple Buy a single currency pair Can still life
8. Can make profit. Both up and down legs
9. An automated program (EA) helps to trade Forex in case you don't have time to trade by yourself.
10. Have a copy trading system To study, look for talented people, trade FOREX and trade on
11. Create an opportunity to receive returns of 10% -100% per month (depending on the trading style).


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Reply #25 on: February 27, 2020, 12:55:39 PM
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IHS Mark, a financial information services company Announcing a reduction in global economic growth forecasts for this year and next year. Affected by the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus

According to Markit, the global economy is expected to grow by 1.7% this year and 2.7% next year, down from February's forecast of 2.5% and 2.8% respectively.

    "While the United States will be affected by the Covid-19 virus But we expect the economy to remain strong enough to avoid recession. Europe will be affected more heavily. The German and Italian economies were near or into a recession before the outbreak of the virus. And this will pressure the rest of the eurozone into a recession, "said Marit.


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The Euro Pound (EUR/GBP) exchange rate dipped by -0.3% today as Eurozone finance minister have just two weeks to come up with a unified response to the coronavirus crisis. The pairing is currently trading around £0.903.

This follows yesterday’s six-hour meeting which saw 27 leaders throughout the Eurozone debated ways to approach the crisis. Nine countries, which included Italy and Spain, requested ‘coronabonds’ to cushion the negative impact of the virus.

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez warned:

    ‘If we do not propose a unified, powerful and effective response to this economic crisis now, not only will the impact be harder, but its effects will last longer and we will be jeopardising the whole European project.’

The Euro (EUR) has come under increasing pressure as the various leaders struggled to find a cohesive response to the bloc’s ongoing crisis, with Italy and Spain continuing to be the two hardest hit by the coronavirus.

Yesterday’s release of Germany’s consumer confidence gauge for April, which plummeted to a worse-than-expected 2.7, has also left single currency traders and analysts concerned for the Eurozone’s largest economy.

Rolf Bürkl, consumer expert at GfK, commented:

    ‘In light of the current development, we are withdrawing our consumer forecast of one percent growth for 2020. Retailers, manufacturers and service providers must prepare for a recession.’

Pound (GBP) Rises as Improving Investor Sentiments Boosts Sterling’s Appeal

The Pound (GBP) continued to gain on the Euro (EUR) after yesterday saw the Bank of England (BoE) hold its interest rates at an all-time low of 0.1%.

The Bank of England (BoE) stated:

    ‘The spread of the disease and the measures that are likely to be needed to contain it have evolved significantly. The economic consequences of these developments are becoming more apparent and a very sharp reduction in activity is likely … [T]here is a risk of longer-term damage to the economy, especially if there are business failures on a large scale or significant increases in unemployment.’

Sterling has continued to benefit from an improvement in investor sentiment as global markets have shown some signs of recovery this week. This has also corresponded with a heightened demand for risky assets following the US Federal Reserve’s commitment to its massive stimulus measures.

With the Pound remaining sensitive to global investor sentiment, we could see the GBP/EUR exchange rate begin to dip as uncertainty grows around the coronavirus pandemic.

Ajay Rajadhyaksha, Head of Macro Research at Barclays, was downbeat in his analysis, saying:

    ‘We have revised our GBP forecasts meaningfully lower and expect only limited reprieve vs. the EUR, from levels of significant undervaluation.’

EUR/GBP Outlook: Could the Euro Rise on Decreasing Italian Coronavirus Cases?

Looking ahead to next week, Monday will see the release of Germany’s flash harmonized index of consumer prices report for March. However, any significant decrease in Germany’s inflation pressure would prove EUR-negative.

Sterling could also fall on Monday if the UK’s GfK consumer confidence gauge confirms consensus and sinks by -14.

The EUR/GBP exchange rate will likely remain subdued into next week, however, as the Eurozone continues to combat the coronavirus. There could be some light at the end of the tunnel, however, if Italy’s cases continue to decrease – this would also boost the single currency.


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