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Do not get caught instaforeks constantly manipulate prices minatalata week made a deal and good tripled account, then I reduce leverage without notifying me and as I had $ 350 of free margin light up red. not allow me to hedge because mchma margin al...
Dear Luca Novello,
The problem is that your positions were not fully executed by counteragent and there is nothing we can do about it.
Also we have no possibility to check instantly if your positions are executed by counteragent or not, becaus...
i do not know why instaforex is closed my account , cause i made a 36 $ so its no good , i was planning to make a deposit money but after they closed my account i ca not trust them until they reblock my account
The Japanese yen was extremely weak last week. The market sentiment was favorable to the currency initially, but it sharply turned negative for the yen after the European Central Bank refrained from additional stimulus and was relatively optimistic about the future of the European economy. The better-than expected US non-farm payrolls did not help the Japanese currency either. But what about this week?
The New Zealand dollar fell initially today, together with other high-beta currencies, because of poor trade data released from China over the weekend. Most currencies recovered later and the kiwi was among them as speculations about an interest rate hike allowed it to overcome the negative impact of the news from China.
The Japanese yen declined, even though China’s trade data hurt the traders’ sentiment, as Japan’s economic growth was revised down in today’s report, spurring talks that the economy will not be able to sustain its expansion without additional measures, like monetary stimulus and weakening the currency.
The Australian dollar opened sharply lower today compared to the Friday’s close as China’s trade data, which was released over the weekend, showed an unexpected trade deficit, reinvigorating fears about slowdown of China’s economic growth. As of now, the currency trades flat against the US dollar and bounced versus the Japanese yen.