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BoG must impose 5% ceiling on forex bureau rates vis-a-vis interbank rates – Kwakye

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According to Forex Association President, our PM Shehbaz Sharif thought dollar is only increasing in open market and not at interbank

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Hướng dẫn chơi Binomo Forex trên điện thoại [Mới nhất 2019] - Binomo Việt Nam

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Hyperinflation is Coming- The Dollar Endgame: PART 5.1- "Enter the Dragon" (SECOND HALF OF FINALE)

Hyperinflation is Coming- The Dollar Endgame: PART 5.1-

(Hey everyone, this is the SECOND half of the Finale, you can find the first half here)

The Dollar Endgame

True monetary collapses are hard to grasp for many in the West who have not experienced extreme inflation. The ever increasing money printing seems strange, alien even. Why must money supply grow exponentially? Why did the Reichsbank continue printing even as hyperinflation took hold in Germany?
What is not understood well are the hidden feedback loops that dwell under the surface of the economy.
The Dragon of Inflation, once awoken, is near impossible to tame.
It all begins with a country walking itself into a situation of severe fiscal mismanagement- this could be the Roman Empire of the early 300s, or the German Empire in 1916, or America in the 1980s- 2020s.
The State, fighting a war, promoting a welfare state, or combating an economic downturn, loads itself with debt burdens too heavy for it to bear.
This might even create temporary illusions of wealth and prosperity. The immediate results are not felt. But the trap is laid.
Over the next few years and even decades, the debt continues to grow. The government programs and spending set up during an emergency are almost impossible to shut down. Politicians are distracted with the issues of the day, and concerns about a borrowing binge take the backseat.
The debt loads begin to reach a critical mass, almost always just as a political upheaval unfolds. Murphy’s Law comes into effect.
Next comes a crisis.
This could be Visigoth tribesmen attacking the border posts in the North, making incursions into Roman lands. Or it could be the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, kicking off a chain of events causing the onset of World War 1.
Or it could be a global pandemic, shutting down 30% of GDP overnight.
Politicians respond as they always had- mass government mobilization, both in the real and financial sense, to address the issue. Promising that their solutions will remedy the problem, a push begins for massive government spending to “solve” economic woes.
They go to fundraise debt to finance the Treasury. But this time is different.
Very few, if any, investors bid. Now they are faced with a difficult question- how to make up for the deficit between the Treasury’s income and its massive projected expenditure. Who’s going to buy the bonds?
With few or no legitimate buyers for their debt, they turn to their only other option- the printing press. Whatever the manner, new money is created and enters the supply.
This time is different. Due to the flood of new liquidity entering the system, widespread inflation occurs. Confounded, the politicians blame everyone and everything BUT the printing as the cause.
Bonds begin to sell off, which causes interest rates to rise. With rates suppressed so low for so long, trillions of dollars of leverage has built up in the system.
No one wants to hold fixed income instruments yielding 1% when inflation is soaring above 8%. It's a guaranteed losing trade. As more and more investors run for the exits in the bond markets, liquidity dries up and volatility spikes.
The MOVE index, a measure of bond market volatility, begins climbing to levels not seen since the 2008 Financial Crisis.

MOVE Index
Sovereign bond market liquidity begins to evaporate. Weak links in the system, overleveraged several times on government debt, such as the UK’s pension funds, begin to implode.
The banks and Treasury itself will not survive true deflation- in the US, Yellen is already getting so antsy that she just asked major banks if Treasury should buy back their bonds to “ensure liquidity”!
As yields rise, government borrowing costs spike and their ability to roll their debt becomes extremely impaired. Overleveraged speculators in housing, equity and bond markets begin to liquidate positions and a full blown deleveraging event emerges.
True deflation in a macro environment as indebted as ours would mean rates soaring well above 15-20%, and a collapse in money market funds, equities, bonds, and worst of all, a certain Treasury default as federal tax receipts decline and deficits rise.
A run on the banks would ensue. Without the Fed printing, the major banks, (which have a 0% capital reserve requirement since 3/15/20), would quickly be drained. Insolvency is not the issue here- liquidity is; and without cash reserves a freezing of the interbank credit and repo markets would quickly ensue.
For those who don’t think this is possible, Tim Geitner, NY Fed President during the 2008 Crisis, stated that in the aftermath of Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy, we were “We were a few days away from the ATMs not working” (start video at 46:07).
As inflation rips higher, the $24T Treasury market, and the $15.5T Corporate bond markets selloff hard. Soon they enter freefall as forced liquidations wipe leverage out of the system. Similar to 2008, credit markets begin to freeze up. Thousands of “zombie corporations”, firms held together only with razor thin margins and huge amounts of near zero yielding debt, begin to default. One study by a Deutsche analyst puts the figure at 25% of companies in the S&P 500.
The Central Banks respond to the crisis as they always have- coming to the rescue with the money printer, like the Bank of England did when they restarted QE, or how the Bank of Japan began “emergency bond buying operations”.
But this time is massive. They have to print more than ever before as the ENTIRE DEBT BASED FINANCIAL SYSTEM UNWINDS.
QE Infinity begins. Trillions of Treasuries, MBS, Corporate bonds, and Bond ETFs are bought up. The only manner in which to prevent the bubble from imploding is by overwhelming the system with freshly printed cash. Everything is no-limit bid.
The tsunami of new money floods into the system and a face ripping rally begins in every major asset class. This is the beginning of the melt-up phase.
The Federal Reserve, within a few months, goes from owning 30% of the Treasury market, to 70% or more. The Bank of Japan is already at 70% ownership of certain JGB issuances, and some bonds haven’t traded for a record number of days in an active market!
The Central Banks EAT the bond market. The “Lender of Last Resort” becomes “The Lender of Only Resort”.
Another step towards hyperinflation. The Dragon crawls out of his lair.

QE Process
Now the majority or even entirety of the new bond issuances from the Treasury are bought with printed money. Money supply must increase in tandem with federal deficits, fueling further inflation as more new money floods into the system.
The Fed’s liquidity hose is now directly plugged into the veins of the real economy. The heroin of free money now flows in ever increasing amounts towards Main Street.
The same face-ripping rise seen in equities in 2020 and 2021 is now mirrored in the markets for goods and services.
Prices for Food, gas, housing, computers, cars, healthcare, travel, and more explode higher. This sets off several feedback loops- the first of which is the wage-price spiral. As the prices of everything rise, real disposable income falls.
Massive strikes and turnover ensues. Workers refuse to labor for wages that are not keeping up with their expenses. After much consternation, firms are forced to raise wages or see large scale work stoppages.

Wage-Price Spiral
These higher wages now mean the firm has higher costs, and thus must charge higher prices for goods. This repeats ad infinitum.
The next feedback loop is monetary velocity- the number of times one dollar is spent to buy goods and services per unit of time. If the velocity of money is increasing, then more transactions are occurring between individuals in an economy.
The faster the dollar turns over, the more items it can bid for- and thus the more prices rise. Money velocity increasing is a key feature of a currency beginning to inflate away. In nations experiencing hyperinflation like Venezuela, where money velocity was purported to be over 7,000 annually- or more than 20 times a DAY.
As prices rise steadily, people begin to increase their inflation expectations, which leads to them going out and preemptively buying before the goods become even more expensive. This leads to hoarding and shortages as select items get bought out quickly, and whatever is left is marked up even more. ANOTHER feedback loop.
Inflation now soars to 25%. Treasury deficits increase further as the government is forced to spend more to hire and retain workers, and government subsidies are demanded by every corner of the populace as a way to alleviate the price pressures.
The government budget increases. Any hope of worker’s pensions or banks buying the new debt is dashed as the interest rates remain well below the rate of inflation, and real wages continue to fall. They thus must borrow more as the entire system unwinds.
The Hyperinflationary Feedback loop kicks in, with exponentially increasing borrowing from the Treasury matched by new money supply as the Printer whirrs away.
The Dragon begins his fiery assault.

Hyperinflationary Feedback Loop
As the dollar devalues, other central banks continue printing furiously. This phenomenon of being trapped in a debt spiral is not unique to the United States- virtually every major economy is drowning under excessive credit loads, as the average G7 debt load is 135% of GDP.
As the central banks print at different speeds, massive dislocations begin to occur in currency markets. Nations who print faster and with greater debt monetization fall faster than others, but all fiats fall together in unison in real terms.
Global trade becomes extremely difficult. Trade invoices, which usually can take several weeks or even months to settle as the item is shipped across the world, go haywire as currencies move 20% or more against each other in short timeframes. Hedging becomes extremely difficult, as vol premiums rise and illiquidity is widespread.
Amidst the chaos, a group of nations comes together to decide to use a new monetary media- this could be the Special Drawing Right (SDR), a neutral global reserve currency created by the IMF.
It could be a new commodity based money, similar to the old US Dollar pegged to Gold.
Or it could be a peer-to-peer decentralized cryptocurrency with a hard supply limit and secure payment channels.
Whatever the case- it doesn't really matter. The dollar will begin to lose dominance as the World Reserve Currency as the new one arises.
As the old system begins to die, ironically the dollar soars higher on foreign exchange- as there is a $20T global short position on the USD, in the form of leveraged loans, sovereign debt, corporate bonds, and interbank repo agreements.
All this dollar debt creates dollar DEMAND, and if the US is not printing fast enough or importing enough to push dollars out to satisfy demand, banks and institutions will rush to the Forex market to dump their local currency in exchange for dollars.
This drives DXY up even higher, and then forces more firms to dump local currency to cover dollar debt as the debt becomes more expensive, in a vicious feedback loop. This is called the Dollar Milkshake Theory, posited by Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital.
The global Eurodollar Market IS leverage- and as all leverage works, it must be fed with new dollars or risk bankrupting those who owe the debt. The fundamental issue is that this time, it is not banks, hedge funds, or even insurance giants- this is entire countries like Argentina, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

The Dollar Milkshake
If the Fed does not print to satisfy the demand needed for this Eurodollar market, the Dollar Milkshake will suck almost all global liquidity and capital into the United States, which is a net importer and has largely lost it’s manufacturing base- meanwhile dozens of developing countries and manufacturing firms will go bankrupt and be liquidated, causing a collapse in global supply chains not seen since the Second World War.
This would force inflation to rip above 50% as supply of goods collapses.
Worse yet, what will the Fed do? ALL their choices now make the situation worse.

The Fed's Triple Dilemma
Many pundits will retort- “Even if we have to print the entire unfunded liability of the US, $160T, that’s 8 times current M2 Money Supply. So we’d see 700% inflation over two years and then it would be over!”
This is a grave misunderstanding of the problem; as the Fed expands money supply and finances Treasury spending, inflation rips higher, forcing the AMOUNT THE TREASURY BORROWS, AND THUS THE AMOUNT THE FED PRINTS in the next fiscal quarter to INCREASE. Thus a 100% increase in money supply can cause a 150% increase in inflation, and on again, and again, ad infinitum.
M2 Money Supply increased 41% since March 5th, 2020 and we saw an 18% realized increase in inflation (not CPI, which is manipulated) and a 58% increase in SPY (at the top). This was with the majority of printed money really going into the financial markets, and only stimulus checks and transfer payments flowing into the real economy.
Now Federal Deficits are increasing, and in the next easing cycle, the Fed will be buying the majority of Treasury bonds.
The next $10T they print, therefore, could cause additional inflation requiring another $15T of printing. This could cause another $25T in money printing; this cycle continues forever, like Weimar Germany discovered.
The $200T or so they need to print can easily multiply into the quadrillions by the time we get there.
The Inflation Dragon consumes all in his path.
Federal Net Outlays are currently around 30% of GDP. Of course, the government has tax receipts that it could use to pay for services, but as prices roar higher, the real value of government tax revenue falls. At the end of the Weimar hyperinflation, tax receipts represented less than 1% of all government spending.
This means that without Treasury spending, literally a third of all economic output would cease.
The holders of dollar debt begin dumping them en masse for assets with real world utility and value- even simple things such as food and gas.
People will be forced to ask themselves- what matters more; the amount of Apple shares they hold or their ability to buy food next month? The option will be clear- and as they sell, massive flows of money will move out of the financial economy and into the real.
This begins the final cascade of money into the marketplace which causes the prices of everything to soar higher. The demand for money grows even larger as prices spike, which causes more Treasury spending, which must be financed by new borrowing, which is printed by the Fed. The final doom loop begins, and money supply explodes exponentially.

German Hyperinflation
Monetary velocity rips higher and eventually pushes inflation into the thousands of percent. Goods begin being re-priced by the day, and then by the hour, as the value of the currency becomes meaningless.
A new money, most likely a cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, gains widespread adoption- becoming the preferred method and eventually the default payment mechanism. The State continues attempting to force the citizens to use their currency- but by now all trust in the money has broken down. The only thing that works is force, but even the police, military and legal system by now have completely lost confidence.
The Simulacrum breaks down as the masses begin to realize that the entire financial system, and the very currency that underpins it is a lie- an illusion, propped up via complex derivatives, unsustainable debt loads, and easy money financed by the Central Banks.
Similar to Weimar Germany, confidence in the currency finally collapses as the public awakens to a long forgotten truth-
There is no supply cap on fiat currency.

QE Infinity

When asked in 1982 what was the one word that could be used to define the Dollar, Fed Chairman Paul Volcker responded with one word-
All fiat money systems, unmoored from the tethers of hard money, are now adrift in a sea of illusion, of make-believe. The only fundamental props to support it are the trust and network effects of the participants.
These are powerful forces, no doubt- and have made it so no fiat currency dies without severe pain inflicted on the masses, most of which are uneducated about the true nature of economics and money.
But the Ships of State have wandered into a maelstrom from which there is no return. Currently, total worldwide debt stands at a gargantuan $300 Trillion, equivalent to 356% of global GDP.
This means that even at low interest rates, interest expense will be higher than GDP- we can never grow our way out of this trap, as many economists hope.
Fiat systems demand ever increasing debt, and ever increasing money printing, until the illusion breaks and the flood of liquidity is finally released into the real economy. Financial and Real economies merge in one final crescendo that dooms the currency to die, as all fiats must.
Day by day, hour by hour, the interest accrues.
The Debt grows larger.
And the Dollar Endgame Approaches.

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BIS reports 30% rise in forex volumes, while Interbank network internalizes

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what determines the spread on the forex interbank rate when an ETF is sold in 2 different currencies on 2 different exchanges?

hello, I have a specific narrow question. It is not about whether one should invest in foreign currencies or whether one should buy hedged or non hedged ETFs. My question is the following: if an ETF is sold on 2 different exchanges in 2 different currencies (once again, same ETF), is the difference in price solely that of the interbank foreign exchange rate or does someone along the line take a cut in the foreign exchange rate. I would doubt the latter because it would rapidly be corrected by professional investors using arbitrage. thanks very much in advance for your time and help.
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NBU cuts forex purchases on interbank market to $40.5 mln this week

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[NG] - Forex: Cost of funds hits 200% in interbank market | Vanguard

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[NG] - Forex: Cost of funds hits 200% in interbank market

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Interbank FX’s Hedging Solution | Forex Magnates

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The NY Fed's Statement Shows It Is LYING and DESPERATE To Push CBDC's Over Crypto In a Losing Battle

The NY Fed latest statement shows it is absolutely desperate to have the next step of finance be supported by CBDCs and not crypto. And their desperation shows they know they are fighting a losing battle. The Fed said that CBDCs could reduce forex transaction speeds to 10 seconds. To determine this they tested the speed of FX transactions using distributed ledgers. Now we know CBDCs are centralized as that's what they "C" stands for, yet they say they tested the system using a distributed ledger. We know that the Fed plans to hold absolute power over the "ledger" so there's no way that they would actually implement a truly decentralised ledger, so I don't know what the point of this test was, if only to beguile the masses into believing they are doing something that they are actually not. Conveniently, the Fed did not provide many details about how the simulation was conducted or how they confirmed transaction settlements. They even outright state that the project is intended to research the benefits of wholesale CBDCs .We should also note that "transaction speeds" are very far from transaction clearing or settlement which actually determines the transaction validity and accepts it into the payment system.
This is analogous to the White House crypto report where they admitted the failures of the banking system, such that around 31 million Americans are left out and then they go on to announce the FedNow system which is an interbank clearing system which has absolutely nothing to do with getting more citizens into the financial system. It's a constant game of smoke and mirrors, ploys at gaining and retaining control with no tangible benefits for the people. And again that cross-border payments perform horribly but a system to solve this exact use case like Ripple's is actively crushed through the judicial system by the SEC and given no notice or second glances.
With the absolutely massive wave of adoption and coming regulation the government will have no choice but to accept crypto, and probably insodoing, the fall of fiat as well that strips away much of its power and control. And we'll all be here for it.
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Rupee depreciates 15 paise to 82.64 against US dollar in early trade

The rupee depreciated 15 paise to 82.64 against the US dollar in early trade on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike and its hawkish stance dented investor sentiments.
A strong dollar against key rivals overseas and losses in the domestic equity markets sapped risk appetite, forex dealers said.
At the interbank foreign exchange, the domestic unit opened sharply lower at 82.63 against the dollar, then slipped further to 82.64, a decline of 15 paise over its previous close.
In the previous session on Wednesday, the rupee settled 11 paise higher at 82.49 against the US dollar.
Also Read : Indian shares set to fall on hawkish US Fed despite slower rate hike
The US Fed on Wednesday increased interest rates by 50 basis points on expected lines and signalled more hikes ahead to fight inflation. The US central bank raised the interest rate to 4.25-4.50 per cent to the highest level in 15 years.
Meanwhile, the dollar index, which gauges the greenback’s strength against a basket of six currencies, rose 0.08 per cent to 103.85.
Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, fell 0.69 per cent to USD 82.13 per barrel.
In the domestic equity market, the 30-share BSE Sensex was trading 120.64 points or 0.19 per cent lower at 62,557.27. The broader NSE Nifty fell 52.30 points or 0.28 per cent to 18,660.30.
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Rupee falls 24 paise to 82.09 against dollar in line with domestic equities

The rupee declined 24 paise to 82.09 against the US dollar in early trade on Tuesday as heavy selling pressure in domestic equities and rising crude prices overseas weighed on investor sentiment.
Besides, foreign fund outflows put pressure on the domestic unit, forex dealers said.
At the interbank foreign exchange, the domestic unit opened weak at 81.94 against the dollar, then slipped further to 82.09, registering a fall of 24 paise over its previous close.
In the previous session on Monday, the rupee had settled down by 52 paise at 81.85 against the dollar.
Meanwhile, the dollar index, which gauges the greenback’s strength against a basket of six currencies, fell 0.07 per cent to 105.22.
Also Read : PSU banks trade firm in a weak market; SBI nears record high
Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, advanced 0.94 per cent to USD 83.46 per barrel.
In the domestic equity market, the 30-share BSE Sensex was trading 353.44 points or 0.56 per cent lower at 62,481.16. The broader NSE Nifty fell 99.30 points or 0.53 per cent to 18,601.75.
Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) were net sellers in the capital markets on Monday as they sold shares worth Rs 1,139.07 crore, according to exchange data.
The Reserve Bank’s rate-setting panel on Monday started brainstorming for the next round of monetary policy amid expectations of a moderate interest rate hike of 25-35 basis points as inflation has started showing signs of easing and economic growth tapering.
The RBI has hiked key benchmark lending rate by 50 basis points (bps) thrice since June over and above an off-cycle 40 bps increase in the repo in May.
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What is the introductory Forex material for beginners?

The term forex is created by merging the words foreign currency and exchange (FX). Foreign exchange, which is the process of changing one currency into another, frequently takes place for company, commerce, or travel. In 2019, there was $6.6 trillion worth of foreign exchange trades every day, according to the Bank for International Settlements 2019 triennial report (a worldwide bank for national central banks).
Currency trading may be challenging and unstable. Rogue traders find it challenging to affect the value of a currency because of the system’s massive transaction volumes. Investors that have access to interbank trading can profit from this system’s contribution to market transparency.
There are a number of forex trading platforms that can help you get started irrespective of the volume of your trade. Some trustworthy names are TD Ameritrade, Growing Capital, Saxo Bank, CMC Markets, and City Index.
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What is Forex Trading? How Do Currency Markets Work?

What is Forex Trading? How Do Currency Markets Work?
With a total daily average turnover that is reported to be higher than $6 trillion, the foreign exchange market (Forex) exchange is one of the most popular online platforms for trading Forex anywhere in the world. The foreign exchange market does not have a central location or exchange, and it is open all day and night, beginning Sunday evening and continuing through Friday evening. You can learn more about the hours that the forex market is open here. As individuals, companies, and organizations conduct business across international borders and strive to profit from varying exchange rates, a wide variety of different currencies are continually being traded.
In this article, we will understand how traders trade forex online to get profit from the most traded currency pairs and how this entire market functions.


Who are the key players?

The foreign currency market is largely used by central banks, commercial banks, businesses, and individual dealers. As part of your fundamental study, it is useful to comprehend how each of these market participants interacts with the foreign exchange market.
Central banks are in charge of a country’s money supply, interest rates, and currency. When central banks do something, it’s usually to keep the currency of the country stable.
Large quantities of currency are traded on the interbank market by retail banks. On behalf of huge organisations and also for their accounts, banks exchange currencies with one another.
Compared to banks and institutions, retail forex traders conduct a significantly smaller volume of transactions. Retail forex traders seek to profit from market fluctuations by utilising both technical and fundamental analysis.

What is Forex Trading?

Foreign exchange trading is sometimes referred to as forex trading and FX trading. It gives the possibility to speculate on FX market price variations. The objective of foreign exchange trading is to predict whether one currency’s value will rise or fall compared to another. Due to continuous news releases, a forex trader may meet multiple trading chances each day.
Traders use Fx trading platforms and take advantage of this by being particularly responsive to market news releases and trading depending on their perceptions of the market mood. FX is an industry word condensed from forex that is often used in place of forex. In addition, forex is an acronym for foreign exchange.

How Does Forex Trading Work?

Forex is usually traded in pairs of currencies, such as GBP/USD (sterling v US dollar). You speculate on whether the value of one country’s currency will grow or decline relative to that of another country’s currency, and you take a position accordingly. The first currency (GBP) in the GBP/USD currency pair is known as the ‘base currency,’ while the second currency (USD) is known as the ‘counter currency.
In forex trading, you wager on whether the value of the base currency will grow or decline relative to the counter currency. Therefore, with GBP/USD, if you believe that GBP would appreciate versus USD, you would purchase the currency pair. Alternatively, if you believe that GBP will decline relative to USD (or that USD will increase relative to GBP), you short-sell the currency pair.
Learn which currency pairs are the most actively traded on the forex market by reading our comprehensive guide.

How Trading is Done in the Forex Market

There are several methods to trade on the foreign exchange market, all of which adhere to the premise of buying and selling currencies concurrently using an Fx trading platform. If you feel that an FX ‘base currency’ will appreciate relative to the ‘counter currency,’ you may seek to ‘go long’ (purchase) that currency pair. If you anticipate that the reverse will occur and the market will decline, you may opt to sell the currency pair.
Historically, the forex market was traded via a forex broker. With the emergence of online trading organizations, you may take a position on forex price fluctuations using a spread betting or CFD trading account. Spread betting and CFD trading accounts both allow you to speculate on the price fluctuations of an underlying asset without really owning it. Derivative trading provides prospects for leveraged forex trading. As this may be a dangerous endeavor, forex traders often use hedging tactics to mitigate currency risk and ensuing losses.
Forex trading is a fast-paced and thrilling alternative, and some traders may limit their trading to this asset class alone. They may even opt to specialize in only a few specific currency pairs, devoting a significant amount of effort to comprehending the myriad economic and political aspects that influence particular currencies.
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Reserve Bank of India has released a list of 34 forex brokers; which has been declared illegal

List of unauthorized forex trading apps and websites - RBI

Friends, recently the Reserve Bank of India has released a list of 34 forex brokers; which has been declared illegal.
Before releasing this list, RBI had done all checks regarding all transactions of all those forex brokers since February this year. Maybe this doesn't matter to you; Nevertheless, you should definitely check this list once.
So see if your forex broker is not on this list!
👉 Here's a full list of unauthorized forex trading apps and websites
  1. Alpari
  2. AnyFX
  3. Ava Trade
  4. Binomo
  5. e Toro
  6. Exness
  7. Expert Option
  8. FBS
  9. FinFxPro
  11. Forex4money
  12. Foxorex
  13. FTMO
  14. FVP Trade
  15. FXPrimus
  16. FXStreet
  17. FXCm
  18. FxNice
  19. FXTM
  20. HotFores
  21. ibell Markets
  22. IC Markets
  23. iFOREX
  24. IG Markets
  25. IQ Option
  26. NTS Forex Trading
  27. Octa FX
  28. Olymp Trade
  29. TD Ameritrade
  30. TP Global FX
  31. Trade Sight FX
  32. Urban Forex
  33. Xm
  34. XTB
Thanks for Reading.
Please share your take on this.
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Can the outcome of the RBI's policy drive the Nifty 50 to 19k?

Can the outcome of the RBI's policy drive the Nifty 50 to 19k?
Indian business sectors saw serious areas of strength for a this week with Sensex and Clever 50 hitting a new memorable high determined by a slide in unrefined petroleum, powerful Gross domestic product information, and Took care of's tentative position. Be that as it may, the week finished in red as financial backers conveyed expansive based benefit booking. Both Sensex and Clever 50 snapped an eight-day winning binge on Friday. In the approaching week, RBI's financial strategy result will assume a significant part in establishing the vibe for homegrown values. With expansion facilitating in October, assumptions for 35 premise focuses rather than the fourth 50 premise focuses climb in December strategy is on cards. While the Sensex crossed the 63,500 imprint, the Clever 50 crept nearer to the 18,900 level. Will the approaching week result in Clever 50 contacting 19,000 interestingly?
On Friday, Sensex shut at 62,868.50 somewhere near 415.69 places or 0.66%. While Clever 50 shed 116.40 places or 116.40% to end at 18,696.10. The slant in Indian values was because of expansive based benefit booking in huge covers. Heavyweights like M&M, HUL, Maruti Suzuki, Settle, HDFC, Infosys, TCS, Asian Paint, and Bajaj Money saw colossal selloffs. Auto stocks took the most beating, while eminent disadvantage was found in IT, banking, and purchaser durables stocks. Metal stocks outflanked their partners. While midcap and little covers records acquired by almost a percent.
On December 1, the Sensex contacted another lifetime high of 63,583.07, while the Clever 50 likewise timed a new verifiable high of 18,871.95 prior to rectifying.
Both Sensex and Clever 50 have move by almost 4% each between November 22 to December 1. They expanded record-high gains during nowadays.
Vinod Nair, Head of Exploration at Geojit Monetary Administrations said, "Bulls proceeded with their mission for gains, hitting new record highs, helped by falling unrefined, strong Gross domestic product numbers, and a hesitant position by the Fed seat. In any case, the meeting was stopped by bad prompts from worldwide partners and wide based benefit booking in enormous covers."
Nair added, "The Indian economy's development of 6.3% in Q2 was in accordance with the RBI's gauge, while the assembling PMI rose to 55.7 in November. Going against the norm, auto stocks came in lower than anticipated because of more vulnerable products and successive de-loading. On the worldwide front, financial backers' interests were mollified as the Fed seat took on a timid position. Declining producing movement in the US is evidence that the national bank's arrangement fixing has begun to show results, which thusly will urge the Fed to keep rate climbs under control."
In the mean time, Indian forex saves kept an ascent for the third week straight. In the week finishing November 25, forex saves came in at $550.14 billion ascending by $2.89 billion, according to RBI's information. In the earlier week, the stores were around $547.25 billion.
Be that as it may, at the interbank forex market, the rupee couldn't support its positive opening on Friday and shut lower at 81.3175 against the US dollar contrasted with the earlier day's print of 81.20 per dollar. Quite, this week, the neighborhood cash has figured out how to move by 0.5% driven by serious areas of strength for a disagreement homegrown values and the US Central bank Seat Jerome Powell's less hawkish remarks.
With respect to unfamiliar portfolio financial backers (FPIs), they imbued ₹36,239 crore in the values market during November - - which is the second most noteworthy month to month purchasing in the ongoing year after August when FPIs contributed ₹51,204 crore. Likewise, the beginning of December has been optimistically with an inflow of ₹7,437 crore in the values.
What's in store in the seven day stretch of December 5 to ninth?
As per Nair, in the approaching week, market development still up in the air by the result of the RBI strategy meeting, as most would consider to be normal to direct its speed of rate climbs.
He added, given the hidden high valuation, Took care of strategy, and rigid Chinese Coronavirus limitations, the market will remain profoundly delicate before very long.
Further, Apurva Sheth, Head of Market Viewpoints, at Samco Protections brought up that various critical occasions are planned for the next week.
On the worldwide front there, right off the bat, are measurements on the exchange balance between the US and China, two critical economies. Moreover, China will reveal its Mother and YoY expansion rates. Sheth said, "these improvements will be firmly watched by financial backers all through the world since they could conclude where that the worldwide records head."
At home, Sheth said, "the emphasis would be on the RBI's loan fee choice. The CPI fell underneath 7% in October after three straight rate increments of 50 premise focuses. Subsequently, the market expects a rate increment of 35 premise focuses instead of 50 premise focuses. The essential monitorable will be the MPC's gauges and perspectives on expansion and monetary extension."
Giving a specialized point of view toward the Clever 50, Sheth said, "the Record is moving in a higher top higher base development on the everyday diagram showing a supported up pattern. Toward the beginning of the week, costs register their new lifetime high and later on kept on moving higher. On Friday's meeting, Clever gave the first indication of benefit booking when costs slipped under 19,800 levels with a negative flame on the everyday outline."
On the day to day graph, Sheth brought up that NIFTY50 has finished the Negative Crab consonant example at 18,887.60 levels. The force oscillator RSI (14) on the day to day outline has reached the overbought zone and as of now has snared lower under 70.
"The bulls need to outperform 18,900 levels to pick up bullish speed as the choices dealer is dynamic almost 19,000 levels with expanded OI. The help for the File is set almost 18,500 and any move underneath a similar will stretch out the tumble to 18,380 levels," Samco's master added. Likewise, he accepts the celebrative state of mind at Dalal Road ought to go on with stock-explicit activity prone to order financial backers' consideration, particularly in IT, Metal and Concrete stocks.
According to Shrikant Chouhan, Head of Value Exploration (Retail), Kotak Protections, proceeding, D-road will zero in on full scale patterns. Going on, business sectors might be overwhelmed by worldwide news streams and steps taken by various states to handle their economies. On the economy front, Q2FY23 genuine Gross domestic product became by 6.3%, while GST assortments for October (gathered in November) remained at Rs1.469 lakh crore (September: Rs1.517 lakh crore).
ICICI Protections in its week after week market viewpoint note said that "We keep up with our primary positive position and anticipate that record should steadily head towards 19400 before long while midcaps to beat before long. Solid help is presently positioned at 18300 levels. Use plunges to make long positions."
In their specialized view, ICICI Protections expressed that the overall proportion of NiftyIT against Banknifty has settled at multi month high, the initial time since May 2022 showing that IT might moderately perform better compared to banking temporarily. That being said, IT, Telecom, Infra, Metal, and Utilization are favored areas.
Among enormous covers, the stock business' favored picks are - - Dependence Enterprises, TCS, SBI, Ambuja Concrete, Adani Ports, Goodbye Steel, Goodbye Engines, and DLF. While among midcaps, the favored picks are Offspring, Coforge, Sonata Programming, Concor, Polycab, Cummins India, JK Concrete, Bhel, Preeminent Businesses, Tejas Organizations, Unit Endeavors, Timken, and KNR Development.
RBI is planned to being its every other month financial approach meeting from December 5 to seventh. The six-part money related approach council will declare its result on December seventh.
Since May 2022, the national bank has climbed the repo rate by 190 premise focuses to tame long term high expansion. As of now, the approach repo rate remains at 5.9%, while the standing store office (SDF) rate stands changed at 5.65%. While, the minimal standing office (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate to 6.15%. MPC stayed zeroed in on the withdrawal of convenience to guarantee that expansion stays inside the objective going ahead while supporting development.
In October, India's CPI expansion facilitated to 6.77% from its five-month high of 7.41% in September.
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Rupee appreciates 19 paise to 82.19 against US dollar in early trade

The rupee appreciated 19 paise to 82.19 against the US dollar in early trade on Friday on broad dollar weakness and a firm trend in domestic equities.
Forex traders said sustained foreign fund outflows weighed on investor sentiments and restricted the appreciation bias.
At the interbank foreign exchange, the domestic unit opened at 82.30 against the dollar, then gained further ground to touch 82.19, registering a rise of 19 paise over its previous close.
On Thursday, the rupee settled 9 paise higher at 82.38 against the US dollar.
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Meanwhile, the dollar index, which gauges the greenback’s strength against a basket of six currencies, fell 0.23 per cent to 104.53.
“With China relaxing its COVID restrictions such as mass testing, lockdowns and quarantine requirements, it is widely feared that cases and deaths would shoot up, causing further widespread economic disruptions. This is something we need to keep a close eye on,” IFA Global Research Academy said in a research note.
Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, advanced 0.89 per cent to USD 76.83 per barrel.
In the domestic equity market, the 30-share BSE Sensex was trading 25.7 points or 0.04 per cent higher at 62,596.38. The broader NSE Nifty rose 19.25 points or 0.1 per cent to 18,628.60.
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Want to buy dollars from currency exchange

Hey everyone. Can someone tell on what are my options?
I saw from forex that the interbank rate was around 231, but the exchanges were selling at 240. What about banks? Do they sell foreign currency and is it cheaper than the Currency exchanges?
Want to buy $5000. Since a visa is required, which country should I apply for. I dont intend to travel, but need the visa just to buy foreign currency. Which visa has minimum fees, cause I don’t want to spend a lot? I’ve heard Srilankan visa used to be free. Not sure if thats true anymore.
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