Plus500 does not provide CFD services to residents of United States.

Plus500 does not provide CFD services to residents of United States.

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July’s Market Recap
Plus500
Aug 04 2022

July’s Market Recap

From Forex to big tech stocks and commodities, this article recaps July’s market highlights. Read about the market’s most affected sectors last month and the reason behind these falls.

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Could Central Bank Decisions Shift Forex?
Plus500
Jun 06 2022

Could Central Bank Decisions Shift Forex?

As inflation reached record levels across much of the developed world in April, it’s looking more likely that many central banks could follow the Federal Reserve’s hawkish turn. Accordingly, the values of several key Forex pairs could be set for a shift.

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U.S. Dollar Reaches 6-Year High vs Japanese Yen
Plus500
Mar 29 2022

U.S. Dollar Reaches 6-Year High vs Japanese Yen

Against the yen, the USD hit a day-high of as much as 2.5% on Monday, reaching its highest level since August 2015, and being the largest 1-day soar since March 2020.

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