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A look at how Exness’ Raw Spread and Zero accounts are helping traders worldwide combat today’s market volatility

A look at how Exness’ Raw Spread and Zero accounts are helping traders worldwide combat today’s market volatility

In early 2020, Exness launched two new account types to cater to the needs of more experienced traders who are commonly focused on lower and more predictable costs of trading. Previously, the global broker offered…

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Option Traders and the 2020 Presidential Election

Option Traders and the 2020 Presidential Election

The year 2020 has been one of extremes. As individuals, governments, and industries cope with the direct and indirect effects of COVID-19, global securities markets are bracing for a high-stakes US presidential election that could…

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Investing without a parachute

Investing without a parachute

In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, the U.S. bond market finds itself flirting with negative interest rates and bumping up against the “zero lower bound”—calling into question the ability of bonds to provide ballast…

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Global Stocks Fall, Jobless Claims Due and Biden Poll Lead: What’s up in Markets

Global Stocks Fall, Jobless Claims Due and Biden Poll Lead: What’s up in Markets

Europe’s new virus measures send stocks tumbling. U.S. markets are set to open lower as Mnuchin talks down stimulus chances. Jobless claims are due. Biden leads Trump by 11 in a new poll, but the…

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Goldman Sachs profit blows past estimates on trading windfall

Goldman Sachs profit blows past estimates on trading windfall

Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS) on Wednesday posted its best quarterly performance in a decade by some measures, as its trading business moved back into the limelight and its lack of a big consumer business switched…

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European shares muted on doubts around vaccine trial, lockdowns

European shares muted on doubts around vaccine trial, lockdowns

European shares steadied on Wednesday after tumbling in the previous session due to a pause in a COVID-19 vaccine trial and on concerns about more lockdowns, although investors stayed away from big bets ahead of…

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U.S. bank stocks are fine, if you are rich in patience

U.S. bank stocks are fine, if you are rich in patience

The U.S. bank sector has been pummeled this year but investors hunting for bargains there may need deep reserves of patience as banks are particularly sensitive to low interest rates, the uneven economic recovery and…

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Google must talk to French publishers about paying for their content

Google must talk to French publishers about paying for their content

Google must open talks with publishers in France about paying to use their content, an appeals court confirmed on Thursday, paving the way for an industry-wide deal in the country. The ruling may reverberate outside…

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Veolia CEO tells Le Figaro paper that Suez deal still possible

Veolia CEO tells Le Figaro paper that Suez deal still possible

Antoine Frerot, the chairman and chief executive of French utility Veolia (PA:VIE), told Le Figaro newspaper in an interview published on Wednesday that a deal with its bid target Suez (PA:SEVI) was still possible. “We…

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Asian stocks see heavy outflows in September as virus woes weigh 

Asian stocks see heavy outflows in September as virus woes weigh 

Foreigners turned net sellers of Asian equities after three consecutive months of buying as concerns over a resurgence of the coronavirus and a firmer U.S. dollar dimmed demand for riskier assets. Cross-border investors sold a…

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