Forex Videos

Free videos about foreign exhcnage (FX) trading

Random video

Archives

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Explained in One Minute

The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have been founded just like the United Nations after the World War 2. Why? Mainly because after the war, everyone wanted peace. However, peace on an empty stomach is hard to maintain. So, these two institutions were meant to help the economic stability of the world. Both of them are basically banks, but instead of being started by individuals like regular banks, they […]

Regulating the Banking System

Hi, my name is Jenny, and I work at the Bank of England. Today, I am going to tell you about why we regulate the banking system. UK banks help people manage their finances. They look after money held in bank accounts, provide loans to people who need to borrow and handle millions of customers, transactions each day. These include in-store and online spending, bills payments, wages, and benefits, and high street […]

Daily Forex News and Analysis — May 29th 2017

US stocks were mixed after the close on Friday, as gains in the Consumer Goods and Basic Materials sectors led shares higher, while losses in the Financials and Telecoms sectors led shares lower. The Dow Jones fell by 0.01%, the S&P 500 rose by 0.03%, and the NASDAQ added 0.08% to its value. After upbeat US GDP data, the US dollar traded higher against the other major currencies on Friday, as the US economy has slowed […]

Gold and the Bank of England

Hi, my name is Mary, and I work for the Bank of England. Today, I am going to tell you about gold. In early times, gold was used as money. It has an intrinsic value and it is hard to damage or forge. Though gold is no longer used as money, it continues to be prized for its value, and it used for investment worldwide. The Bank of England keeps around 400,000 gold bars in its vaults. […]

Daily Forex News and Analysis — May 28th 2017

The EUR/USD pair fell by 0.24%, closing the week at 1.1183. The GBP/USD pair dropped by 1.07%, closing the week at 1.2804 exchange rate. British Airways experienced a massive computer failure on Saturday, causing the airline's systems to cancel most of its flights and leaving many passengers stranded. As of this morning, some IT services have returned and long haul flights are scheduled to operate as normal. It remains unclear at this point how the outage […]

USD/JPY and AUD/USD Forecast — May 26th 2017

In this video, the Trader Guy looks at the currency pairs USD/JPY and AUD/USD for the May 26th session. USD/JPY — As you can see, we rallied a bit during the day with 112.00 offering resistance. If we can break above 112.50, then the market can go higher. Ultimately, I think if we can break down below the 110.00 level, then we fill the gap and go to 109.00. This is […]

EUR/USD and GBP/USD Forecast — May 26th 2017

In this video, the Trader Guy looks at the currency pairs EUR/USD and GBP/USD for the May 26th session. EUR/USD — As you can see, we initially tried to rally during the day on Thursday, but pulled back to form a less than impressive candle. However, even though there is a little bit of a shooting star candlestick being formed, I think we are clearly just consolidating. So, I expect the buyers to return. I think […]

USD Struggles to Gain Ground

The US dollar showed a slight upward trend. Traders are on edge amid the release of the US statistics and the results of the G7 meeting. The US dollar index decreased once again after the FOMC revealed their plans to keep the funds rate unchanged at the June meeting. In addition, uncertainty over the Donald Trump's policy puts pressure on the American currency. Today, the US dollar index is close to 97.10. Today, the G7 summit starts in Italy. […]

OPEC Extends Deal But Oil Trades Lower

Oil prices lack momentum today. Analysts expect the commodity to end this trading week in negative territory. Thus, Brent Crude Oil retreated from the high at $54.50 per barrel to the level of $51.38 per barrel yesterday. As widely expected, the OPEC members decided to extend the deal on output curb for another 9 months. One of the reasons behind oil depreciation is that traders act according to the principle of buy the rumour and sell […]

Who Sets the Exchange Rate?

The exchange rate is the amount of one currency you can buy with another. In some countries, the central bank sets the exchange rate. The Bank of England is the UK's central bank, but it does not set the exchange rate for the pound. The exchange rate for the pound is decided by supply and demand. Just as the price of a train journey is higher at peak times when more people need to travel, the pound gets stronger […]

Navigation

Menu