How to trade foreign exchange in India

When it comes to foreign exchange, India’s economy is an odd one, and its currency is a big part of that.Here’s everything you need to know about the Indian rupee, from how to trade to the value of the notes it’s issued.Read more>>

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Why the UK and the US are so desperate to get rid of their currencies

London is bracing for another round of turmoil as the pound plunges further.The Bank of England will issue another warning about the currency this week as it struggles to keep the pound’s value at around $1.60 an ounce, the lowest level since the financial crisis.The move is seen as another warning from the central bank […]

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Japan to boost exports to US, Canada to boost imports

Japan plans to boost its exports to the United States, Canada and other countries as the global economic downturn continues, the Japanese government said on Wednesday.The ministry said on its official Twitter account that it would boost imports of products made from the three countries and import products made by other manufacturers.It said it was […]

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When are foreigners getting a fair shake in Canada?

In a new video, the Canadian Foreign Exchange Association (CFEA) released a statement urging Canadians to be more understanding when they hear about foreigners getting preferential treatment in Canada.“The CFEA is aware that certain foreign students from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan have had their applications for admission to Canada processed by the Department of […]

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When are foreigners getting a fair shake in Canada?

In a new video, the Canadian Foreign Exchange Association (CFEA) released a statement urging Canadians to be more understanding when they hear about foreigners getting preferential treatment in Canada.“The CFEA is aware that certain foreign students from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan have had their applications for admission to Canada processed by the Department of […]

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When are foreigners getting a fair shake in Canada?

In a new video, the Canadian Foreign Exchange Association (CFEA) released a statement urging Canadians to be more understanding when they hear about foreigners getting preferential treatment in Canada.“The CFEA is aware that certain foreign students from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan have had their applications for admission to Canada processed by the Department of […]

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