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Barack Obama has been re-elected as the US President for a second term after a closely fought evening at the polls, narrowly pushing out Republican candidate, Mitt Romney.
Government officials, businesses and consumers will have breathed a sigh of relief last week, when data was released that confirmed the UK’s exit from recession.
The hurricane that has investors, meteorologists and even the President spooked has finally hit New York City and surrounding areas.
President Obama will be looking to restore voter confidence in the second of the live televised US Presidential debates in the run up to the election on November 6th.
All eyes will be on the big market movers this week, as one of world’s biggest investment banks, Goldman Sachs, announces their third quarter earnings.
On Monday, 6 August, it was reported that Standard Chartered had hidden 60,000 transactions with Iran between 2001 and 2010.
As we near the end of the week, Standard Chartered has rejected allegations of money laundering, leaving investors curious as to how this could affect the bank’s future share price.
How will you spread bet Standard Chartered shares?
Below, we offer you a spread betting strategy for trading Tesco shares with a spread betting account from City Index.
Following the announcement, we look at what effect this has had on the markets and how you can take a position with a spread betting account from City Index.
Our top tips for spread betting will look at the news out of HSBC, what spread betting provider City Index can offer you, and how you can take a position on this news with the potential to profit.
Looking closely at the news out of Centrica, below we offer you our spread betting tips on placing a trade through a City Index financial spread betting account – for only a small initial deposit.
Here we look at the news out of Spain and how you can take a position on over 12,000 financial instruments with the potential to profit, regardless of whether they rise or fall.
Looking at this news out of the UK, we consider how you can take a position on the FTSE 100 index with the potential to profit when it both rises and falls, through a financial spread betting account from City Index.
Here, we look at the IMF’s forecast for global growth and look at how you could trade the EUR/USD currency pair with a City Index spread betting account.
We look at the news out of Peugeot and how you can trade on a share price that both rises and falls, with a City Index spread betting account.
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As Prime Minister David Cameron announces a parliamentary review of the banking sector – how will you profit from a potential rise or fall in the sector’s price?
Barclays share price fell significantly in trading on Thursday 28 June, leaving many Barclays shareholders at a loss.
Following the announcement of the planned departure of the group’s Finance Director, we look at what happened and how you can potentially profit from falls in a market with financial spread betting.
We provide a wide range of spread betting seminars, hosted by our team of market analysts, with the aim of helping you familiarise yourself with spread betting the financial markets, and limiting your risk through technical analysis.
Figures show that the average annual profit of the top 20 female traders with City Index is £271,225. We ask, who are they and how do they do it?
How will you spread bet European indices following the victory of Greece’s New Democratic Party? We show you how through our Spread Betting Guide.
Read our useful spread betting tips for trading indices, such as the FTSE 100, and you could take a position today with a City Index spread betting account.
For investors looking to trade part-time, could a mobile trading app be the answer to staying on top of the latest developments in the financial markets?
Learn how to trade on the future price movements of European markets such as the CAC 40 following positive economic news by spread betting with City Index.
The previously reported GDP contraction of -0.2% in the UK economy has been revised to -0.3% for the first 3 months of 2012. So, how can you potentially profit from this fall?
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