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Giles Coghlan is the Chief Currency Analyst at HYCM – an established global forex and CFD broker and part of the Henyep Capital Markets Group. With over 10 years’ experience in trading, Giles regularly conducts HYCM webinars, seminars, ... more


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E Markets To Watch As UK Lockdown Restrictions Are Lifted
There is a palpable sense of change in the UK as lockdown restrictions are slowly lifted across the four nations.
E The End Of The Gold Rush?
When the price of gold surpassed $2,000 USD per ounce in August 2020, it was revered as a key milestone for the precious metal.
E Understanding Seasonal Trends In Times Of Volatility
Leaving contemporary events to one side, it is important for investors and traders to take note of seasonal trends that typically unfold at the beginning of the year. One of the most important is the price of gold.
E What Are We To Make Of The UK Economy At Present?
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that investors and traders should not wholly rely on forecasts and projections when planning for the future.
E Brexit And The Pound – What’s The Latest And What Can We Expect?
Sterling would likely enjoy a significant rally if such a deal is reached, potentially reaching $1.35 if the UK is, in general, allowed the same single market access it enjoyed previously.
E How Are Investors Traversing The UK’s Transition Out Of Lockdown?
By far, the most popular asset class among investors at present is cash savings.
E 2020 Will Be A Record-setting Year For Gold
We know that gold is a safe haven asset. As a commodity in constant demand, it is able to hold its value well in times of market volatility.
E COVID-19 Should Be A Cause For Concern, Not Panic
Wealth managers often consider analogous situations to help predict what a new event might mean for the market. Comparing the current outbreak of COVID-19 to similar virus outbreaks offers some useful insight.
E Coronavirus And Brexit – The Key Events Investors Cannot Afford To Overlook In 2020
Major events are likely to affect your financial portfolio. That’s why there is a need to understand both what is happening in the world, and how these global events are likely to impact the price of different assets.
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