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Forex — the foreign exchange (currency or FOREX, or FX) market is the biggest and the most liquid financial market in the world. It boasts a daily volume of more than $5.3 trillion (as of April 2013). Trading in this market involves buying and selling world currencies, taking profit from the exchange rates difference. FX trading can yield high profits but is also a very risky endeavor. Everyone can participate in foreign exchange trading via the Forex brokers. With our broker rating & reviews system, we can help you choose the one that fits your needs.
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The Japanese yen was stable at the early Friday’s trading even though macroeconomic reports from Japan were far from being good for the most part. The currency demonstrated losses against other majors during the previous trading session.
The Canadian dollar dropped to the fresh lows against its US peer during the Thursday’s session and also fell against some other majors including the euro. The currency has plenty of reasons for its weakness, both domestic and global.
The Great Britain pound was mixed after today’s economic data from the United Kingdom. The currency was stable against the US dollar, fell versus the euro and rose versus the Japanese yen.
The Australian dollar fell today, sinking to the lowest level since July 2009 against its US counterpart and reaching the lowest since March 17, 2014, versus the Japanese yen. The currency declined due to Australia’s economic data that was not particularly good.