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The Dollar May Be Down, But It Isn’t Out

After a rough period from the outset of 2016, the US dollar has found itself under increasing pressure following the Federal Reserve’s endless can kicking on raising interest rates.  With the latest meeting held earlier this week disappointing US dollar

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US Exchange NADEX Lowers Strike Width on Low Volatility

Officials at the North American Derivatives Exchange (NADEX) announced on Thursday that the exchange would be narrowing its strike widths after the US volatility index plummeted. The changes were made to encourage higher volumes of trading even at lower levels

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Low on Options, Brokers turn to Football for Publicity

2016 has been challenging year for binary options and forex brokers operating in Europe, and more specifically France. Several countries in the EU have pushed for stiffening existing regulatory frameworks to the point of essentially forcing brokers out of their

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Will a Binary Ad Ban Help or Hurt France?

French financial authorities have been increasingly cracking down on the online binary options and forex brokerage industry, leading many to question whether more stringent restrictions are helping or harming the cause of regulators. The French Authorite de Marches Financiers (AMF)

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NADEX Issues Warning Against DailyOptions.org

The North America Derivatives Exchange (NADEX) issued a strong warning against online money manager Daily Options, claiming the service could be defrauding customers under the guise of managing their investments. The company, which is unregulated and unlisted in the US,

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US Consumer Spending Starts off Strong in Third Quarter

US Consumers increased their spending in July thanks to improving job growth, incomes, and lower fuel prices. The boost in expenditures marks a strong start to the third quarter for the US economy after a disappointing performance in the three

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