Currency Trading is to act of buying and selling (trading) different currencies of the world. If you want to learn about how to save time and money visit Trifid Research. The Foreign Exchange (or Forex) is the currency market that allows you to trade currencies in volume. The two currencies involved in a foreign exchange rate. Example: EUR/USD
Forex is short for foreign exchange, Forex is the largest financial market in the world, with about 4 trillion US dollars in daily volume and 24-hour market action. The Forex market can change way at a sudden moment’s notice, depending on conditions within that country. Forex is an over-the-counter market.
COMEX is known as the Commodity Exchange, COMEX The primary market for trading metals like silver, gold, copper & aluminum. Formerly known as the Commodity Exchange Inc. COMEX Tips includes those investors who trade in International Commodities traded in COMEX.
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Market Outlook The Indian rupee appreciated by 6 paise to open at 73.3250 but trimmed the early gains and hovered in the range of 73.6050 and 73.2300 against the US dollar on renewed dollar buying by importers coupled with the weakness in the domestic bourses. Against major Asian peers, dollar slipped lower while Euro pushed[…]
Market Outlook The Indian Rupee opened flat at 73.6350 and hovered in the range of 73.7300 and 73.3500 against the US dollar on fresh dollar selling by exporters amid easing crude oil prices and a weakening greenback. Moreover, the RBI steps to ease liquidity concerns of NBFCs, steep fall in Brent crude prices following a[…]
Market Outlook The Indian Rupee strengthen by 12 paise to open at 73.5025 and throughout the day hovered in the range of 73.7425 and 73.3675 against the US dollar on account of increasing demand of dollar selling by exporters and banks. Moreover the dollar’s weakness against major Asian peers and rising foreign fund flows supported[…]
Market Outlook The Indian Rupee opened flat at 73.9000 and hovered in the range of 74.0525 and 73.5600 against the US dollar on rising demand for the American currency from banks and importers. Though Rupee weakened as dollar strength against major Asian peers but fresh inflows by foreign funds and a strong domestic bourses capped[…]
Market Outlook The Indian Rupee depreciated by 14 paise to open at 73.8375 and hovered in the range of 74.2100 and 73.8375 against the US dollar, breaking its three-day recovery trend, due to rising crude prices and weak macro economic data.Moreover, a spurt in dollar demand from importers amid sustained foreign fund outflows also weighed[…]
Market Outlook Continuing its recovery, the rupee strengthened by 22 paise to open at 73.9975 and hovered in the range of 74.1100 and 73.7125 against the US dollar after global crude prices eased. Besides, strong domestic bourses, selling the US currency by exporters and banks and the greenback’s weakness against some currencies overseas bolstered the[…]
Market Outlook The Indian Rupee depreciated by 10 paise to open at 74.4850 against the US dollar on the back of dollar demand from importers. Moreover, weak domestic bourses across the globe impacted due to the IMF raising key interest rates had led to rupee’s weakness earlier. Against major Asian peers, dollar slid lower as[…]
Market Outlook The battered rupee strengthened by 14 paise to open at 74.3600 and hovered in the range of 74.4750 and 74.2225 throughout the day against the US dollar after the American currency weakened overseas amid increased selling by exporters. Beside this, RBI decide to inject Rs 12,000 crore liquidity into the system through purchase[…]
Market Outlook Against the US dollar, the rupee wiped out its morning gains to hit a new record low of 74.5925 and throughout the day hovered in the range of 74.5925 and 74.0750 as Brent crude breached the $84 a barrel-mark again. Moreover, unabated foreign fund outflows and strengthening of dollar against major Asian peers[…]
Market Outlook Indian rupee opened lower by 18 paise at 73.95 per dollar versus Friday’s close 73.77. Rupee is expected to remain under pressure weighed by a further rise in long-term US Treasuries following non-farm payroll data. US Treasuries tumbled for the third day after mixed US jobs data which showed that the unemployment rate[…]
Market Outlook Even after the RBI kept its key policy rate unchanged, the Indian Rupee crashed below the 74-level against the US dollar. Basically, this was mainly attributed to fresh selling by exporters as the government reduced oil prices. Apart from this, now market participants remained concerned over sustained foreign capital outflows and fears of[…]
Market Outlook The Indian Rupee plunged to a fresh low of 74.0300 against the US dollar s the dollar reached a 11-month high against the yen and stood tall against major Asia pea peers on upbeat US data and comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that were seen as hawkish. Consistent dollar demand from[…]