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I have used the services of Interactive Brokers for stock option trading. Once I bought 10 contracts of call option at cost of 900 USD. As the price went up I had found only 3 contracts and sold these 3 contracts for 3000 USD. 7 contracts in value of...
'm trader, open account in FXOPEN.COM.
I did a bank transfer to a local account, they provided me. I'm from Brazil.
realized the transfer to this account, so that the company did not credit the amount in my trading account.
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Canadian dollar is experiencing very choppy trading today, moving between gains and losses against major counterparts as traders and investors try to figure out what to do next.
The eurozone continues to show weak data readings, and many expect the recession in the eurozone to last through the rest of the year. However, even so, the euro is still gaining against the US dollar. Even with the current “risk off” environment, euro is heading higher.
The Japanese yen climbed today, posting the biggest gain against the euro in five weeks, as Chinese manufacturing and speculations about the future monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve made investors nervous and unwilling to risk.
The Australian dollar slumped today, reaching the lowest level in a year against the US dollar, as China’s manufacturing contracted this month and the US Federal Reserve hinted that quantitative easing may be reduced.