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European markets were lower on Thursday as a potential deal between Greece and its creditors failed to materialise, the prospect of which sent shares soaring in the previous session. The official in charge of leading negotiations between Greece and its creditors has said that ‘high-level’ political intervention in Europe is needed before the two sides can strike a deal. Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, said there was still a lot of work to be done before Greece and its creditors could reach a deal. European Central Bank policymaker Ewald Nowotny also played down the Greek …….. Full global markets report here
MarketsWorld the British regulated and licensed binary options platform who are located in the Isle of Man has today announced the launch of its new bespoke mobile trading application.
This mobile app will allow new and old customers to trade via a smart phone or tablet and allow them to experience the award winning binary options platform whilst on the move.
Bruce MacLean, MarketsWorld PR Manager confirms the news, “This latest development enables all our customers to use the MarketsWorld platform effectively via our bespoke mobile application. With mobile trading now commonplace in the market, we have been conscious to develop an app that is not only easy to use but totally functional. This mobile application will allow our customers to be able to have the same visibility to their trading as they would if they were sitting in front of a computer screen and gives them a real choice when it comes to when they trade and on what device.”
The licensed and regulated binary options platform has seen a number of improvements in 2015. A new look to the site has been implemented alongside multi lingual support. MarketsWorld has been translated into several languages giving customers of all nations’ freedom to select their own preferred language so that they can feel even more comfortable with the platform and further enjoy the trading experience. Combine all of this with the fact that MarketsWorld provides the highest payouts in the industry of up to 100% returns, a transparent and real bonus structure including a $50 risk free trade, all based in a totally safe environment in the British Isles and it is clear to see why the platform is achieving an unparalleled reputation within the binary options industry.
MacLean continues: “MarketsWorld is determined to build on the foundations put in place when we founded in 2011. Our exemplary customer service, our clear and beneficial bonuses and our top payouts and low deposits provide a core customer experience that is unrivalled. By adding a bespoke mobile application to this core business enables our customers to enjoy licensed binary options trading from anywhere in the world at any time.
To download the MarketsWorld Mobile app please go to the Apple App store here
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Stocks in the US closed higher on Wednesday, regaining most of the previous session’s losses. Tech stocks led the market higher with the Nasdaq Composite closing at a record level. With little data out it was down to corporate news to take the lead. Jeweller and specialty retailer Tiffany & Co surged after sales and profit . …….. Full global market report here
Stocks in the US plunged on Tuesday as the dollar continued to surge ahead, oil prices resumed their fall. The dollar continued its rally from Friday gaining 1.25% against the yen, 0.59% against the pound and 0.93% against the euro. Oil prices lost ground, with West Texas Intermediate losing 2.71% to $58.25 per barrel, while Brent crude lost 2.63% to $63.84 per barrel. Economic data showed that. …….. Full global market report here
European markets that were open on Monday closed lower in low volumes with the Spanish and Greek stock markets hit by investors’ concerns over Greece’s debt problems and a poor local election result for the government in Madrid. The main ATG equity index in Athens fell 3.1 percent as the Greek government said on Monday that it intended to make good on its debt obligations but urgently needed aid to be able to do so. …….. Full global market report here
Retail sales in the UK rose more than expected in April the UK Office for National Statistics reported that retail sales increased by a seasonally adjusted 1.2% last month, ahead of forecasts for a gain of 0.4%. Retail sales in March fell by 0.7%, whose figure was revised from a previously reported decline of 0.5%. Year-on-year, retail sales increased at an annualized rate of 4.7% in April, beating forecasts for a 3.8% gain. Core retail sales increased by a seasonally adjusted 1.2% last month, compared to forecasts for a 0.3% rise. …….. Full global market report here
Barclays and RBS rose in afternoon trade despite the news that the banks, along with JPMorgan, Citigroup and UBS, have been fined a combined $5.6 billion for their alleged manipulation of FX markets. Barclays was hit the hardest with a fine of $2.4 billion, though shares …….. Full global market report here
data that showed that the UK had entered deflation the first fall in inflation since the 1960s. Economic data showed that inflation fell 0.1% in the year to April, and core inflation slowed to 0.8% in April, the lowest since 2001, below forecast. Economists were backing the Chancellor George Osborne’s argument that the fall in the inflation was only temporary and that “we should not mistake this for damaging deflation”. Bank of Englands …….. Continue reading
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Stocks in the US closed firmer on Monday, after comments from a Federal Reserve member called for a postponement in the first hike in interest rates. The outlook for economic growth and the jobs market in the US is “good” but inflation is “too low” and has been so for the last six years, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Charles …….. Continue reading