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The Finspreads Economic Calendar Explained

It’s Absolutely Crucial to Keep an Eye on Economic Events When Trading the Financial Markets LONDON–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – March 22, 2013) –  Every week, back-to-basics spread betting provider Finspreads put together an easily digestible economic calendar for just this

FSA Orders Banks to Pay for ‘Swap’ Mis-Selling — Finspreads

LONDON–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – February 4, 2013) – Finspreads: Four banks have been told by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to compensate thousands of small businesses for mis-selling complicated insurance deals. The FSA found that 90 per cent of the

Australia’s Advantage Web Platform Launches for CFD Trading

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – January 31, 2013) – Cutting edge trading firm City Index are launching their hugely successful Advantage Web platform up to a whole new client base. Advantage Web is the brand new trading platform from City

Weaker Oil Prices Hit Shell Profits — Finspreads

LONDON–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – January 31, 2013) – Finspreads: Annual profits for oil company Royal Dutch Shell have fallen to $27 billion (£17 billion), a drop in comparison to the $28.6 billion made in 2011. The retreat comes despite Shell’s

Amazon Announces Sharp Drop in Profits — Finspreads

LONDON–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – January 30, 2013) – Finspreads: Online retail giant Amazon has announced a sharp fall in profits in its latest quarterly figures. Net income for the last three months of 2012 stood at $97 million (£61.5 million),

Premier Foods Chief Steps Down — Finspreads

LONDON–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – January 28, 2013) – Finspreads: Premier Foods, the firm behind well-known brands such as Hovis, Bisto, and Oxo, saw its shares slip during early trading in London today (January 28th), after the announcement of chief executive

Apple’s Difficulties Continue as Shares Tumble — Finspreads

LONDON–(Marketwire / Asianet-Pakistan – January 28, 2013) – Finspreads: Apple has recorded its biggest one-day drop in stock for four years, with investors beginning to question whether its dominance in the smartphone market is set to come to an end.