Tag Archives: City Index

City Index Asia Wins Best CFD Provider for 2013

SINGAPORE–(Marketwired – April 28, 2013) – City Index, a leading provider of CFD and forex trading has been awarded ‘Best CFD Provider‘ by the Global Banking and Finance Review, a widely followed independent …

How Will You Trade Forex After Currency Wars Dominates G20 Summit

LONDON–(Marketwire – February 19, 2013) – Currency trading seems to be on the top of traders’ minds and portfolios, with the British pound experiencing volatile swings just days after world leaders resolved to stand firm …

Technical Analysis in 60 Seconds With City Index Singapore

SINGAPORE and LONDON–(Marketwire – February 15, 2013) –  Many traders of CFDs and FX choose to ignore the whispers of major news stories and economic events when trading the financial markets. Instead, they look at …

Coca-Cola and PepsiCo Post Results — Is the Fizz Running Out of the Food & Beverage Sector?

LONDON–(Marketwire – February 14, 2013) – The food and beverage sector has been at the forefront of traders’ minds this week, with the world’s largest soft drinks maker Coca-Cola announcing results on Tuesday, 12 February, …

Fundamental Analysis in 60 Seconds With City Index Singapore

“Charts Are Great for Predicting the Past”

SINGAPORE–(Marketwire/ Asianet Pakistan – February 11, 2013) – Whatever type of trader you are, it’s crucial to gain as wide and accurate a picture as possible before opening …

VMware Reveals Meagre Profits and 900 Job Cuts — City Index Asia

SINGAPORE–(Marketwire – February 4, 2013) – City Index Asia — Virtualisation specialist VMware has announced a meagre increase in quarterly profits of just two per cent, despite sales being up by 22 per cent.

The …

Strong Manufacturing Data Pushes Markets Higher Ahead of US Payroll Figures — City Index UK

LONDON–(Marketwire – February 4, 2013) – City Index UK: Most European markets pushed higher on Friday as investor risk appetite increased following strong Chinese data which underpinned mining stocks, and on encouraging European manufacturing figures. …