FXCM Research Team

FXCM Research Team

FXCM Research Team consists of a number of FXCM's Market and Product Specialists.

Articles published by FXCM Research Team generally have numerous contributors and aim to provide general Educational and Informative content on Market News and Products.

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  • FXCM Market Talk – Your Trading & Finance Podcast (Ep. 36)

    Russia's invasion of Ukraine has heightened the concern of stagflation. The price of oil, wheat and corn have risen significantly due to the supply shocks caused by the conflict. In this environment, central banks must navigate tighter monetary policy, with the Fed announcement on Wednesday. Markets will focus on Fed Chair Powell's press conference and the dot plots to gauge possibilities in this regard.

  • Guide To Green Investing

    Over the past decade, a revolution in investing has taken place. Instead of relying on conventional fundamentals and technicals, market participants have gravitated toward green investing strategies. What exactly is green investing? It is a method of investment management that values business practices that have a positive impact on the physical and social environment. Green investing is often combined into a discipline known as ESG investing. When adhering to ESG,…

  • What Is SWIFT? A Complete Guide

    SWIFT is an acronym for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication. Based in Brussels, Belgium, SWIFT is an electronic messaging service that enables the world's financial institutions to notify each other when they transfer funds to each other for their customers. It calls itself "the global provider of secure financial messaging services." SWIFT is not a financial institution and doesn't hold or transfer the funds itself; rather, it is…

  • 2022 Trading and Markets Outlook: Pop Goes the Liquidity Bubble

    Last year was an exciting year concerning financial markets. Economic activity was still fragile, and inflation was determined to be from the low-base of 2020 and the pandemic period. However, yields were appreciating, and the USDOLLAR bottomed the week of February 22nd. This marked a shift in dynamics. Inflation continued to climb, and participants debated whether it was transitory or a more sustained phenomenon. The SPX500 appreciated close to 28%…

  • EURUSD Short-Term Analysis – 1st February 2022

    The EURUSD daily chart is weak, between the lower blue and red bands. Moreover, the red bands have expanded with the currency pair's downside swing (green rectangles). Yesterday saw a long blue candle, and there has been some follow-through today, leaving the price at the border between the weak and neutral areas (blue arrow). Given the increase in volatility from the broader downside move, this rally may provide an opportunity.…

  • FXCM Market Talk – Your Trading & Finance Podcast (Ep 33)

    033 - Tighter Monetary Policy, Geopolitical Risks, and Poor Forward Guidance Lead to Risk-Off Sentiment Geopolitical risks at the Ukraine/Russian border, the prospects of tighter monetary policy, and poor forward guidance by Netflix have prompted a shift to risk-off sentiment. Friday saw a big selldown, which continued until a late rally on Monday. In this episode, FXCM Senior Market Specialists Russell and Nikos discuss the prospects for "work from home"…

  • How Will The Current Copper Supply Impact The Markets?

    Copper is one of the most ubiquitous, versatile and abundant metals. The red metal, as it's known, is corrosion-resistant, a good conductor of both heat and electricity, and can be molded into any number of shapes, sizes and thicknesses. As a result, people use copper in coins, jewelry, pipes, electric wiring, and musical instruments, among other things. Copper's use by humans dates back about 10,000 years. When combined with tin,…

  • Interview with Amir Shiovich, Capitalise.ai CEO & Co-Founder

    Capitalise is a software company, which aims to redefine the way traders utilise automation when creating and managing their strategies. Founded in 2015 by two fin-tech veterans, it is already used by some of the leading international brokers around the globe, FXCM included. It lets you navigate your way through the financial market using everyday English, thus allowing users to optimize their experience without being familiar with technically-complicated algorithmic trading…


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