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COVID-19: What’s the Impact on Forex trading?

What is Forex Trading? Forex trading is a foreign exchange market. Simply put, it is a market where foreign currencies are exchanged. This market exists to conduct international business and trade worldwide either through the desire to purchase something from another country or foreign travellers needing to use local currency. The Forex market, as it […]
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Trading is about learning and studying

Why do people trade in Forex? We can write an article with the question but that is not our motive. We want to explore why people trade in this currency trading market knowing that there are risks involved. The answers can be different and people have their own choices and plans. Most of the time, […]
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Economic Factors That Can Move Forex Markets

Forex markets are a global marketplace. There are buyers and sellers of different currencies located all around the world. All those participating in the forex markets help make it the largest market in the world, with trillions of dollars’ worth of trades going through each day. Given that forex trading is such a global activity, […]
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The Best Forex Indicators for Trend Following

One of the simplest and most effective strategies for trading forex is trading the trend. In fact, some of the most powerful trading strategies come from trend trading. A trend is a series of higher highs or lower lows, depending on the direction of the trend. Following a strong trend reduces risk when trading and […]
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Ex-Barclays trader pleads guilty in forex case

A former Barclays currency trader has become the first individual to plead guilty to a criminal charge in a major US investigation into the manipulation of foreign exchange markets. Whilst it’s good that this currency trader was caught in the act, some other people and companies are often accused of this sort of thing wrongly. […]
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A question of integrity: forex scandal leaves Bank fighting to save reputation

Mark Carney, the Bank of England’s Governor, will face one the sternest tests of his tenure today. He and Paul Fisher, the Bank’s executive director of markets, will appear before MPs to answer explosive allegations that the institution turned a blind eye to the manipulation of foreign exchange markets.
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