Our forex trading articles help you to familiarise yourself and learn about trading the global currency markets with a City Index forex trading account.
With new articles being added every week, we offer tips and guidance using recent market movements.
On Thursday 9 August, the euro was pushed lower as the fate of the eurozone was once again unclear as the European Central Bank (ECB) failed to act with enough speed to rescue the flailing single currency.
In our guide, we look closely at how you can trade the EUR/USD with the potential to profit, regardless of whether the euro appreciates or depreciates against the US dollar, with a City Index forex trading account.
Using out forex trading tips, access our insight into the market, what you can trade and how you can take a position for only a small initial deposit with a City Index forex trading account.
Here, we look at the news from the ECB meeting and how you can trade forex with a City Index account.
Below, we look at what to expect from this week’s events and how you can take a position on the EUR/USD with a forex trading account from City Index.
Below, we look at the latest news out of the UK and show how you can take a position on 37 currency pairs – including those affected by the UK recession – with a forex trading account from City Index.
In the following guide, we offer you top tips for trading forex as the euro falls against multiple currencies.
Here we look at the latest employment figures out of the UK and how you can trade on the GBP/USD with a City Index forex trading account?
A the Eurozone risks losing 4.5m jobs, we ask how will this affect investor confidence in the euro currency and how can you trade on the euro with a forex trading account?
In the following guide, we show you how to trade forex as the EU summit gets underway – and question whether this could have a positive or negative effect on the euro.
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In the guide below, we show you how you can profit from the depreciating sterling through a spot forex trading account from City Index.
With a mobile trading app from City Index, you can trade on the foreign exchange market at a time to suit you. Here, we show you how.
Are you looking to trade forex in the UK but don’t know who to trade with? Use our guide below to find out how to start trading forex with City Index.
Following Moody’s downgrade of six German banks, we look at what happened, why and how you can trade forex following the news.
Use our guide to educate yourself on how to trade forex following a decline in currencies, such as the Euro, with a spot forex trading account from City Index.
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