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Dublin-headquartered miner Kenmare Resources has announced that operations at its flagship Moma titanium project in Mozambique have returned to normal.2 days ago
‘Buy the dip’ has been perhaps the most consistent mantra of this bull market.
Each time the market undergoes a heavy sell-off, be it thanks to Greece, Ukraine, the US debt ceiling or a host of other reasons, this phrase comes up.
People trade for a number of reasons. But why would anyone decide to take the plunge into the high risk world of forex trading?
Here are our top 5 reasons people trade.
Let’s face it, UK Mail Group (UKM) is in a pretty boring business. As the UK’s largest independent postal operator, it delivers letters and parcels to businesses throughout the UK and internationally.
Sometimes though, boring businesses are best. They can often be found delivering the same product or service, thousands or millions of times a day, to customers who want to use those products or services every single day.
You may buy gold options to trade an expectation on the direction and/or volatility of the price of gold (XAU/USD).
Gold options are available on web-trading platforms, such as optionsReasy, and MetaTrader4. If you want to know how to invest in the gold market using options here's a short guide.
A stock split proposed by Netflix (NFLX) has put this corporate technique back into the news. But are stock splits a good sign, or an indication that a strong rally has run its course?
In the case of Netflix, the firm announced that it would split its stock 7 for 1. Thus shareholders will see their number of shares increase in number sevenfold, but without any increase in value - in fact the value of each share will automatically fall sevenfold too.
This is a daily global markets overview for the 3rd July 2015 from the analyst team at Accendo Markets providing a snapshot of overnight activity and what can be expected in the markets today. The information is straight from the traders’ desks, with news and insights on equities markets, commodities, and forex