Kawase, a Forex broker that is based and regulated in Cyprus, is happy to announce the appointment of a new CEO, Alex Katsaros. With a BA in accounting and an MBA in finance, Mr. Katsaros bring with him both proper educational training and on-the-job experience that will should help him propel Kawase forward as a leading Forex brokerage.
On Friday Federal Reserve President Janet Yellen told a conference of policymakers that a ‘high-pressure' economy may be necessary to undo the damage caused by the 2008-2009 financial crisis that caused decreased output and decreased employment opportunities. Yellen's comments caused swift reactions in the markets, with U.S. Treasury prices falling sharply and yields shooting higher for the third consecutive week. Analysts began to speculate that such high pressure policies could pose the risk of higher inflation even while improving the economy by creating more jobs and boosting consumption.
Sports sponsorships have proven to be an effective marketing tool for many companies with an estimated $300 million going into sports sponsorship from the online trading sector over last 6 years.
Bucking the trend put into place by most Forex brokers to raise the margin requirements on all trades in response to the upcoming Brexit referendum, FXPro has just informed its clients that they can trade this week at near-normal margin and leverage conditions.
Nukkleus Inc., is a provider of compliance and risk management business services. It is considered a holding company and did not have significant operations until now but it is currently making up for lost time with a strong push into the retail foreign exchange arena.
Retail Forex brokers continue to line up ways to protect themselves against market volatility before the June 23<sup>rd</sup> Brexit referendum. Increasing the required client margin is one of the easiest "?temporary changes" to introduce and that is what many Forex providers are doing just that.
The British vote on whether to leave the EU is less than three weeks away but Forex brokers and currency trading banks all over the world are already applying cautionary measures before the anticipated market turmoil.
The average youth today has given up on understanding the mechanics of mathematics. It just doesn't talk to them. Why is that? Their aversion to the subject may start as early as the second or third grades when the multiplication tables are first introduced and studying them takes just too much effort. And this is followed soon after by division and geometry, subjects that don't seem to have any relevance to most teens.