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Trade the most popular forex pairs like EUR/USD, GBP/USD and EUR/GBP at Plus500. Use our advanced trading tools to protect your profits and limit losses.

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Trade on 60+ Forex Pairs With Leverage

You can trade forex with up to 1:30 leverage, meaning, any potential profits or losses will be multiplied. You can start trading with a minimum of NOK 1 000 to get the effect of NOK 30 000 capital!

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Plus500 News & Market Insights

Last Week’s Market Movers
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Sep 25 2022

Last Week’s Market Movers

Last week, the market experienced highs and lows due to factors such as inflation, rate hikes, and tax cuts. Whether it was Indices, Forex, or Stocks, here's a look at the various trends that influenced the markets last week.

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Forex Moves as Banks Hike Rates
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Sep 21 2022

Forex Moves as Banks Hike Rates

Forex markets are responding to continuing shifts in central bank policies. Currently, the Dollar is on the rise while the euro has hit a downtrend.

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Euro Tumbles to a 20-Year Record Low
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Aug 23 2022

Euro Tumbles to a 20-Year Record Low

A combination of factors have led to the euro losing ground against the greenback. Federal Reserve policy and the EU energy crisis may have contributed.

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