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Company

Valutrades Limited - a company incorporated in England with company number 07939901. View more information here.
Valutrades (Seychelles) Limited - a company incorporated in the Seychelles with company number 8423648-1.

Regulation

Regulated by the FCA (Fincancial Conduct Authority). Financial Services Register Number 586541.
Regulated by the FSA (Financial Services Authority). Regulatory Number SD028.

Max Leverage

30:1 (or up to 500:1 for Professional clients, click here to find out more about professional client status)
Up to 500:1

Country

United Kingdom
Seychelles

Negative Balance Protection

Yes
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ECB, BoC, and BoJ Interest Rate Decisions this Week.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at Gold (XAUUSD), GBPUSD, EURGBP, EURJPY, and EURUSD.

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Crude Edging Higher. New Zealand Interest Rate this Week.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at USDJPY, GBPUSD, USDMXN, NZDUSD, and WTI (US Oil).

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New COVID-19 Cases Affect Markets. Brexit Back in Focus.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at USDCHF, EURGBP, the Nikkei, the DAX, USDCAD, and Brent Crude (UK Oil).

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GBPUSD - Enjoys Strong Support from 1.30 as BOE Holds Rates

 

 
In the last few weeks or so the GBPUSD has enjoyed some solid support from the key support level of 1.30 which has allowed it to push higher and reach a two week high above 1.31 last week and again push off strongly to finish this week. In the last few weeks the 1.30 level has been under pressure as the GBPUSD eased away from a two week high above 1.32 and looked poised to move lower through 1.30 before some support kicked in which has held it up well.
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GBPUSD - Enjoys Strong Support from 1.30 as Brexit Given Green Light

 

 
In the last week or so the GBPUSD has eased away from a two week high above 1.32 back down to the key support level of 1.30 where it is currently enjoying more support. It has shown some more volatility of late when it surged higher to its highest level in more than 18 months above 1.35 before falling sharply back down to the current key level of 1.30 which has been significant for the last three months.
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What to Watch for in 2020

As much as things change, they also stay the same. 12 months ago the dominant issues in global financial markets were the trade war between China and the United States, what the United States Federal Reserve was going to do next after having lifted interest rates, and whether a Brexit deal could be done before the departure date of 29th March 2019.

Fast forward 12 months later, and we are still observing the trade war, we are closely monitoring the U.S. Federal Reserve and Brexit remains unresolved.

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GBPUSD - Drops to Support at 1.30 as BOE Holds Rates Steady

 

 
In the last week the GBPUSD has fallen sharply from an 18 month high above 1.35 back down to the current key level of 1.30 which has been significant for the last two months. Only a few weeks ago the GBPUSD broke through the resistance level at 1.30 and moved to a nine month high just above 1.32, before the surge higher to start this week. For the previous six weeks or so the GBPUSD had traded in a narrow range consolidating under resistance at 1.30, which has become a level of significance, and as expected is now offering support now that the sterling has declined.
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GBPUSD - Moves to Nine Month High above 1.32 Ahead of Pivotal Election

 

 
In the last week or so the GBPUSD has broken through the significant resistance level at 1.30 and moved to a nine month high just above 1.32. For the previous six weeks or so the GBPUSD had traded in a narrow range consolidating under resistance at 1.30, which has become a level of significance, and which is now likely to offer support should the sterling decline.
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GBPUSD - Surges to Seven Month High above 1.31 as U.K. Election Looms

 

 
In the last two days the GBPUSD has surged through the key 1.30 level to reach its highest level in more than seven months. Given the break, the 1.30 level will be expected to provide some support should the sterling decline. Leading up to the surge for the last six weeks or so, the GBPUSD traded in a narrow range consolidating under resistance at 1.30, which has become a level of significance as a result.
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GBPUSD - Settles Below 1.29 as Brexit Critics Roll On

 

 
In the last few weeks or so the GBPUSD has eased ever so slightly from its five month high just above 1.30 after smashing through the key 1.25 level which has resisted prices strongly in the last month three weeks ago. In the last few days it has settled right under 1.29 having met some resistance from around 1.30. The 1.25 level may now reverse roles and provide some support should the sterling decline from its current highs. It may also use this current consolidation period as a base for higher prices as it may look to test the resistance at 1.30.
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