Revolut Expanding Into Australia With FX Services

The UK based fintech firm Revolut has a solid reputation in the European market, providing forex services to over five million European customers. Now, the company is planning to take its first steps outside of Europe with an expansion set

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Israeli Binary Options Recovery Firm Shuts Down Due to Fraud

Binary options scams are a big problem in Israel. It’s not surprising then to find firms offering their services to help victims recover their funds. However, not all of these firms seem to be on the up and up. Wealth

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Denmark Follows UK To Ban Binary Options From July 2019

The binary options market got smaller recently when UK regulators decided that it was time to crack down on what they deemed as risky investments. The global binary options market reduced in size after the UK permanently banned the sale

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New SEC Rule Requires Brokers To Provide Better Advice

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have come out with a new rule which looks to protect investors and ensure that they are not exploited by brokers. The SEC just voted this new rule with a three to one

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African FX Market Booming Due To ESMA Regulations

Africa is a big market for forex traders. The continent has 54 countries and more than 40 different currencies which gives traders lots of options to work with. Add to this the fact that traders also get to work with

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Retail OTC Derivatives Market Deregulated In South Korea

The Retail brokerage global market has taken a hit in different countries as financial regulators look to impose stringent regulations to cut down on scams and fraud. This is especially true in Europe and Australia. South Korea was once considered

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ASIC To Roll Out New Forex & CFD Reporting Rules in July

Forex and contracts for difference (CFDs) trading can be profitable but they can also be a risky proposition for many. This is why regulators like the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) are wary about these financial instruments. As a

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