01 October 2013
September is coming to end, which means that it is the right time to have a look at trading results of “FreshForex” clients and underline the most significant events of the period.
Summer standstill is over, traders and investors got back from vacations and set themselves for business time. In September US government faced a real threat of suspension in their work for the first time in the last 17 years. Republicans and democrats are engaged in lobbying their interests without a special care about response of surrounding people. Up until now, debates about putting restrain or increasing US state debt ceiling are held.
The last meeting of the Federal Open Money Committee (FOMC) affected the market a lot, because Federal Reserve System suspended cutting purchase of assets, which resulted in large-scale sales of the US dollar. On Sunday inspection of Greece by EU, ECB and IMF was over. Inspectors checked if Greece is able to fulfill obligations undertaken in exchange for earlier tranches.
In Germany Angela Merkel won the elections. Data slice would show that business indexes show the highest growth rate for the last 8 months, whereas growth rates of employment are the highest for the last 18 months. Also reaching the highest point for the last 6 months by Chinese processing industry is something we would like to highlight.
Below we offer you to have a look at results of trading of “FreshForex” clients for September:
Relation between profitable and loss-making trades:
Percentage of profitable trades exceeded percentage of loss-making trades and amounted to 71%.
Highest income per month:
Amounted to 5340% of deposit.
The most active client, number of trades per month:
The most active client conducted 3296 trades.
We remind that you can find the most important figures regarding company's performance in “Facts and figures” section of our web-site.
Wish you successful trading!
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