30 August 2013
August has come to an end, which means that it is the right time to study trading results of “FreshForex” clients and underline the most significant events of the Summer end.
Over the entire month, Syrian events were in the focus of attention of global community. According to some internetional agencies, Bashar Assad's government used chemical weapons in Damask suburbs. When resolution on Syria submitted by Great Britain was discussed by the UN Securuty Council, Russian and Chinese representatives leaved the meeting. At the same time, threats to attask Israel as the respond to military intervention from the West come from Syrian side. Defense minister of Egyptian interim government Mr. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi delcared about the intention to shutt off Suez Canal for NATO's military and carrier ships heading for Syria. Now exeprts in the world forsee possible upsurge in oil prices because the situation in the Middle East is heating up.
Besides, US data on GDP and unemployment was supported by all stock markets, but simultaneously enhanced concerns regarding September cutting of QE-3 program that will directly impact dynamics of Eur/Usd currency pair.
As per experts' forecasts, as soon as by the mid-September USA will deplete resources required for fulfilling financial obligations that is even more aggravating. Thus, again talks will occur about increasing the limit of state debt reconsidered in May 2013 and amounting to 16.7 tn USD.
Below we offer you to have a look at results of trading of “FreshForex” clients for August:
Relation between profitable and loss-making trades
Percentage of profitable trades exceeded percentage of loss-making trades and amounted to 64%.
Highest income per month
Amounted to 667% of deposit.
The most active client, number of trades per month
The most active client conducted 1538 trades.
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