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Financial Liquidity: Currencies Could be About to Turn

Financial Liquidity: Currencies Could be About to Turn

In the first few days of 2018’s third quarter, the Forex markets saw the US dollar trading lower against all global major currencies. However, experts say it is too early to call this a peak. With the best-performing New Zealand dollar, the US dollar’s pullback was...

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Strategies for CFD Trading

Strategies for CFD Trading

The best trading strategies for those new to CFD trading are those that make enough money without taking too many risks. Defining a strategy and sticking to it works better over the long haul than deviating and flitting from strategy to strategy. Knowing the basics...

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Contract for Difference Trading: The Rules

Contract for Difference Trading: The Rules

Contract for Difference trading, or CFD trading for short, enables investors to speculate on the performance of various markets without purchasing stocks or assets in those markets. With CFD trading, the investor is essentially betting on the spread, without owning...

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Exploring Liquidity Ratios

Exploring Liquidity Ratios

There are several different calculations which can be used when working out the liquidity ratio of a business. If you are unsure what a liquidity ratio is, you can find out by watching the embedded short video. A company with a high liquidity ratio is likely to be...

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Investment Banking Definition

Investment Banking Definition

Investment banking is the division of banking which deals with creating capital for clients, including companies, governments and other organisations. Most investment banks are private financial institutions, often subsidiaries of larger banks or financial...

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Finance: Guide to Liquidity

Finance: Guide to Liquidity

In financial terms, liquidity refers to how quickly an asset can be bought, sold or converted into another asset without losing value. Cash is the most liquid of all assets as there is almost nothing that cannot be traded for cash. Assets such as artwork or fine wines...

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An Introduction to Proprietary Trading

An Introduction to Proprietary Trading

Proprietary trading is the term used for when a firm utilises its own capital, rather than that of a client, when making trades in pursuit of profit. A firm will typically allocate a certain amount of capital to the trader, who is then responsible for using it within...

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How to Choose the Right Transportation Mode For Your Goods

How to Choose the Right Transportation Mode For Your Goods

There are a wide variety of choices in terms of method when transporting goods from one area to another.  In the PDF attachment you can find an overview of all the main modes of transport used to carry goods. Each mode has advantages and disadvantages, depending on...

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Comparing Long-Term and Short-Term Investments

Comparing Long-Term and Short-Term Investments

Long-term investments and short-term investments carry different expectations, risks and goals. Which type of investment or combination of investments is right for the individual will depend on a wide variety of factors. There is therefore no one answer as to which...

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