|Avg. Spread in pips on|
|Etxcapital||1:200||100||min 0.7||min 0.9||min 0.9||min 0.9||min 3|
|Easy forex||1:200||25||fixed from 3||fixed from 3||fixed from 3||fixed from 3||fixed from 3|
|Piptrade||1:300||50||from 1.8||from 2.6||from 2.4||from 2.6||from 2.8|
|Lqdmarkets||1:500||500||fix 1.8||fix 2.5||fix 1.8||fix 2.2||fix 2.7|
|KeyTrade||1:100||1000||min 3||min 3||min 3||min 3||min 3|
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24. Jul 2018 07:52:32 | www.theguardian.com
All the day’s economic and financial news, including the latest growth figures from UK factories and companies across the eurozoneIntroduction: Alphabet results beat expectationsProfits would have surged, but for EU fineAnalysts say Google remains very strong 8.52am BST Back in the UK, supermarkets are rubbing their hands after enjoying a boost from England’s World Cup run.“England may not have won the World Cup – but its journey to the semi-finals not only helped to kickstart the summer, but...
24. Jul 2018 08:49:13 | www.theguardian.com
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24. Jul 2018 10:00:10 | finance.yahoo.com
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24. Jul 2018 10:51:49 | www.theguardian.com
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24. Jul 2018 17:05:38 | feeds.reuters.com
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24. Jul 2018 17:54:05 | finance.yahoo.com
Facebook (FB) saw its stock price hit yet another new high Tuesday one day before the social media company is set to report its second-quarter financial results. Investors are likely looking at top and bottom line estimates in preparation, but what they also need to understand is what to expect from Facebook's user growth amid the wave of data scandal backlash.
21. Sep 2018 12:10:15 | www.theguardian.com
The new Tesco chain prides itself on its British products – but it’s really selling the myth of post-Brexit self-sufficiencyIn the early hours of Thursday morning in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, an orderly queue began to form in the drizzle. No celebrity awaited the hardy queuers, no new iPhone or EL James novel. No, what occasioned this marathon of patience was the opening of Tesco’s first discount store, Jack’s. Aimed at giving Aldi and Lidl – who in the past five years have almost doubled th...
21. Sep 2018 11:27:11 | feeds.reuters.com
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21. Sep 2018 08:26:34 | www.oneindia.com
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