Posts Tagged ‘london’

Sugar Finds Support at New Low, Indian Subsidies

by Christopher Lemieuxon January 16, 2014 8:01 pm BST
Sugar hit new lows as India approved to subsidize shipments of raw sugar to ease the overwhelming supply. The government will give an incentive to export 4 million metric tons over the next two years. The objective of the subsidy is too increase exports, in the already overflowing global market, to aid depressing prices domestically, […]

The Largest FX Broker in the Abu Dhabi Moves to the UK

by Christopher Lemieuxon December 15, 2013 10:10 am BST
Abu Dhabi-based ADX Securities is the largest commodities and forex brokerage in the United Arab Eremites (U.A.E). The company plans on opening a branch in the United Kingdom. The purpose of the new location is to offer a new wealth and asset management hub after receiving the proper licencing, according Philippe Ghanem, vice chairman and […]

Did Carney Signal the End of BoE Stimulus? Markets Think So!

by Christopher Lemieuxon November 29, 2013 5:20 pm BST
The Bank of England (BoE) Governor Mark Carney may be looking to waning the United Kingdom off stimulus, and he aimed to stop the swell in the housing market just this week by diluting a credit-boosting program. Many housing sector analysts believe that the housing sector across the United Kingdom  is inflation with the London […]

Brent Crude Volatile As Arab States Want Action

by Christopher Lemieuxon September 3, 2013 5:44 am BST
Brent crude ranged after three days of loses since rising on potential bombings led by the U.S. in retaliation to Syrian chemical weapon attacks on civilians.  President Obama waits for Congressional approval as the Arab states and France voice their support for action against the Assad regime. Volatility in the Brent and WTI crude markets […]