Daily Archives: November 24, 2011
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As the markets are fairly stable so far today I thought I may as well make regular readers aware of what I actually do on a day to day basis.
The company I work for are authorised by the Financial Services Authority, under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 for the provision of payment services, authorised as a payments institute and we deal with corporate and private clients needing to send money overseas or bring money back.
The beauty of using our service is not only the rate of exchange you receive but also the Risk management that I can provide for you, I am essentially your eyes and ears on the currency markets, allowing you or your FD to continue carrying out their day to day duties with the peace of mind that the currency is taken care of. I deal with film companies, advertising companies, sports management, retail stores and all realms of corporate trading therefore I am well placed to know exactly how you want to work and what you want to achieve.
I also offer limit orders, stop loss orders and forward contracts which can protect your budgets against adverse market movements.
We can operate a same day turnaround should you need a rapid payment to be made too, as long as you can get funds to us sharply.
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For private clients we can carry out a similar service, helping you get the best rate of exchange for an overseas property purchase or sale, your wages, building work, a new car, a wedding or indeed any particular need to exchange money from bank to bank. Contact me email@example.com with what you are looking to do and a contact numebr and I will get in touch shortly.
U.K GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Data as expected and Happy Thanksgiving to our readers in the States!
This morning probably the biggest potential market mover of the day for the Pound came out exactly as had been expected and the markets are fairly flat following this….
Roughly 0.5% movement back for the AUD, NZD and ZAR against the Pound but all in all the markets are flat as a pancake so far so no need to panic if you have an imminent trade to carry out.
Also, happy Thanksgiving to all in the USA and I hope you have a great day over there!!
This may lead to slightly thinner trading due to the American markets being closed which sometimes can add to voliatility if something does happen so you should be aware of this as well!