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OvalX (ETX Capital) Faces Uncertain Future as Layoffs Begin

An industry source close to OvalX (formerly ETX Capital) has disclosed that the FX and CFDs broker may be shutting down its operations. They’re initiating layoffs following its takeover by Swiss private equity firm Guru Capital. Reports have indicated that the company has begun to let go of its personnel. Unfortunately, they will still need …

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FxPro UK Reports 48% Revenue Drop in 2021

FxPro UK Limited, the FCA-regulated subsidiary of the Cyprus-based group, published its financials for the fiscal year 2021, ending on December 31. The report showed that the broker’s revenue decreased 48 percent to £900,365 from more than £1.7 million in the previous fiscal year. With only £36,440 of other income, compared to the previous year’s …

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Market Charts and Analysis December 02, 2021

Here are the latest market charts and analysis for today. Check them out and know what’s happening in the market today. AUDCHF Australia’s economic indicator is plagued by negative figures, igniting concern about the possibility of stagflation. In October, exports and imports both showed -0.3% results. Analysts warned that such an update could signal about …

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The UK economic growth slows to weakest since March

The UK economic growth slows to weakest since March

According to a closely watched business survey, severe shortages of workers and supplies have hardly hit Britain’s economy. Notably, economic growth in the United Kingdom has been dragged down to the weakest levels since COVID-19 pandemic restrictions were eased in March. Remarkably, the latest data from IHS Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and …

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China applies to enter a trans-Pacific trade deal

China applies to enter a trans-Pacific trade deal

China’s commerce ministry announced that the country has applied to enter the CPTPP (Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership). Remarkably, the country looks to boost its clout in trade. The Chinese ministry, Damien O’Connor, reported that commerce Minister Wang Wentao submitted the country’s application to join the free trade agreement in a letter to …

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Daily Market Charts and Analysis September 09, 2021

Here are the latest market charts and analysis for today. Check them out and know what’s happening in the market today. GBPBRL Before the 2020 pandemic, international students generated 28.8 billion for the British economy. However, Brexit limits free movement between the other EU countries. According to Universities UK International and Higher Education Policy Institute, …

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Daily Market Charts and Analysis August 26, 2021

Here are the latest market charts and analysis for today. Check them out and know what’s happening in the market today. EURCHF Germany will drag the Eurozone’s economy lower. The current economic expectation is positive, with an advance to 101.4 points. However, the projection for the next six (6) months is bleak. The Business Expectations …

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COVID cases in the UK soar, facing the worst labor shortage 

COVID cases in the UK soar, facing the worst labor shortage 

According to the latest data, Covid cases in the UK have quadrupled in the month since early June, ahead of Prime Minister’s plan to fully reopen the economy on July 19. Meanwhile, official figures show that COVID infections have risen above 30,000 for the first time since January. Wednesday’s data reveals that there had been …

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United kingdom's economy

The United Kingdom’s economy fell by less than feared

The United Kingdom’s economy declined less than feared in January as the country went back into a COVID-19 lockdown. However, trade with the European Union took a hard hit at the start of the post-Brexit trading relationship. Economists had expected a reduction of 4.9%. The country’s economy is likely to decline by 4% in the …

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