When customers want help with their money transfer matters, they usually think of foreign currency exchange in terms of spot trading. This means currency exchange at the current rate.
When clients first approach us at PureFX it is usually because they are disappointed with the currency exchange rates they are getting with foreign countries. This is often because they base all their trading options around the spot exchange rate.
At PureFX, we are specialists in currency transfer solutions and aim to arm our clients with the financial tools they need to protect themselves against currency risk. Foreign currency exchange contracts are one such tool, and are a simple way of buffering against fluctuations in the currency market. In forward foreign currency exchange, you set …
At Pure FX we specialise in helping companies optimise their foreign currency exchange strategies. They often approach us with little understanding of how foreign exchange strategies operate, even though this lack of understanding is putting their business profits at risk.
At Pure FX we also have the Stop Loss Order contract available to our clients. Using this type of contract, you will have the benefit of a fixed foreign currency exchange rate. It will prevent you from any losses over a 24-hour period and any quotations made on a fixed rate are valid until cancelled.
This is of course not limited to business deals and purchases. If you are looking to buy property in a foreign country, a currency exchange will also have to be done. The interesting thing about foreign exchange when buying property is the fluctuating market.
In business today, any transactions are usually done using electronic banking. If company A, who are based in the United Kingdom buys stock from company B – situated in South Africa to the value of ZAR 100 000.00 – a currency exchange would need to be effected before the transaction is completed and the stock …
Buying dollars is no different to buying stocks and commodities. The foreign exchange reacts strongly to sudden developments or unexpected events, just as any other financial market does. When making money transfers, we at Pure FX advise our customers to study the interbank rates (i.e. the ones on the TV and newspaper charts) first. The …
GDP estimates are released quarterly, and are strong indicators of the UK economy. They are regularly updated and you can find the latest GDP results on Bloomberg News. Foreign exchange brokers use the information to decide how best to trade foreign currency for their clients – by using stop limit orders, for example.
The GDP (Gross Domestic Product) report is eagerly awaited by anyone seriously involved in the stock market or foreign exchange. Investors, analysts and currency brokers like us at Pure FX review these reports, to see how they will affect trading. In fact it benefits anyone who is regularly involved in commercial decisions to keep up-to-date.