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Dear Stroe Aurelian Alexandru!
you abused one of the main 60% Bonus condition:
Bonus funds cannot be provided to 2 accounts traded on from the same IP-address (or one computer), even if they are registered under different names.
That is why your b...
Dear Yunni and all earnforex memebers!
We would like to inform that the client's withdrawal was confirmed yesterday and today we sent the bank confirmation to the client.
Unfortunately, I can't help you without more detailed information. To solve your issue as soon as possible, please, be so kind to send your trading account number and the number of orders that you couldn't close to my email: julia.mu...
The India rupee retreated today on speculations that the nation’s central bank intervened in order to prevent excessive appreciation of the currency that may hurt the country’s economic growth. The currency managed to pare losses and resumed its rally as of now.
The Russian ruble fell to the all-time low against the US dollar today as concerns about sanctions from the United States and the European Union continue to erode the attractiveness of the currency to investors.
The euro experienced a very bad week, falling to the lowest level in almost a year against the US dollar, even though most other major currencies, including the Great Britain pound and the Japanese yen, were rallying versus the greenback.
The Australian dollar fell against its US peer as Australia’s private sector credit trailed analysts’ forecast. The losses were limited though, and the currency even managed to rise a little against the Japanese yen.