Forex

You have probably traveled abroad and had to change your notes into the local currency to make purchases and to pay for other luxuries. In the process of exchanging the currency, you must have realized that the exchange was done at a certain rate. Simply, this exchange is what amounts to foreign exchange or forex for short. The forex market is the largest and most liquid, based on the amount of money changing hands in a day. Given that the exchange rates fluctuate frequently, there is an opportunity for you to earn a handsome profit if you decide to take the risk. Here at Invezz, we give you the opportunity to tap into that opportunity. There is a range of currency pairs, which suit the trading preferences of all traders. Our dedicated support team is on standby around the clock to make sure your trading experience goes on without a hitch. Be sure to look around for more information.

Latest Forex news

EUR/USD exchange rate steady as US-China trade deal stalls
November 19th The EUR/USD pair exchange rate was flat today as investors became increasingly cautious due to a lack of progress on the China-US trade…
U.S. Dollar steadies as hopes for phase one trade deal recedes
November 19th
USA is yet to reach a resolution with China on intellectual property theft
November 19th
Prime Minister Johnson says all Conservative candidates have agreed to support the Brexit deal
November 18th
Dollar slides to 1-week low as traders await fresh developments on the U.S.-China trade deal
November 18th
Yuan rose as PBOC lowered its key liquidity rate for the first time since 2015
November 18th

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More Forex news

U.S. dollar flat after Powell plays down further rate cuts; Eyes on Hong Kong
November 15th
The U.S-China trade deal uncertainty lifts yen, as the Australian dollar hits a 1-month low
November 14th
U.S dollar inched up following Powell comments; Focus shift to Asian data
November 14th
U.S Dollar hovers at 1-month high as kiwi sores
November 13th
New Zealand dollar scores its biggest gain this year after the central bank surprised investors.
November 13th

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