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How Will Sterling Fare In The Rest Of 2010?

2009 was a year of rocky highs and lows on the foreign exchange – as far as the pound went, anyway. With months of negative economic growth behind us, and an unpredictable outlook for the months ahead, what does this mean for foreign currency exchange rates?

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Britain Against The Euro – Why We Stand Firm

The currency exchange rate of the GB Pound is totally dependent on the state of the economy, which has been in the grip of a recession for some time. A recession is never a good thing, with high unemployment rates, negative economic growth and uncontrolled government borrowing. But at least the government can do something …

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The Exchange Rate Mechanism And How It Affects Foreign Exchange Rates

Whenever a European economy begins to look rocky, mutterings about the ERM begin. But what is the ERM, and how does it affect us at Pure FX? The ERM in use today is the ERM-2, and was originally based on the concept of fixed currency exchange rate margins. Also known as a semi-pegged currency system, …

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Learning To Read Foreign Exchange Charts

Foreign currency trading all seems so straight forward on paper – it’s a different matter putting it all into practice. The charts you see whizzing by on Bloomberg bear little relation to what you’ve learned. This is often because they include data such as YTD (year to date) figures. This data is important to currency …

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The difference between retail and independent foreign exchange brokers

Retail brokers were for a long time seen as the only route to foreign currency trading for smaller investors. The foreign exchange market is totally decentralised, and is largely controlled by the world’s large banks. These banks trade with each other globally. For this reason, the foreign exchange is also called the interbank market.

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The advantages of a strong pound

The term “the pound is weak against the dollar” is being heard more and more these days – but what does it mean? Years ago, the currency exchange rate was better than $2 to the pound, meaning each £1 would buy $2. This meant we had a strong pound. However, since then the situation has …

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How do you define the strength of the pound?

When people are trading on the foreign exchange, they often refer to the pound being weak or strong against another currency – typically, the dollar. What does this actually mean and, more importantly, how does it affect company profits? The exchange rate fluctuates on a day to day basis. Sometimes you can get more dollars …

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How currency brokers make a profit

The foreign exchange is made up of over 5000 traders, who generate transfers in excess of US$1.3 trillion a day by buying and selling currency. Traders include international banks; central government banks such as the Bank of England; commercial companies and currency brokers like us at Pure FX.

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The effect of brokers on the foreign exchange

Even though the current economic climate is uncertain, many more individuals and small traders are trading globally. This has led to an increased need for independent brokers to get them the best foreign currency exchange rates on their money transfers.

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Foreign currency exchange and property

Property investment overseas is a huge way for you to make money on a fabulous investment. The only problem with buying property overseas is money. Yes, money is tight in the global financial turmoil at the moment, but that is not what we mean. Wha…

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