FOREIGN exchange trading is growing in popularity, particularly among the private investing community, who are taking advantage of the liquidity of the asset class.
To give an exclusive insight into the currency markets, City A.M. and foreign exchange provider Alpari (UK) have joined forces to put on two free forex breakfast seminars, focusing on the issues, developments and trends in the currency market, which are of great importance to anyone wanting to trade the forex markets at the moment.
City A.M. Editor Allister Heath, who will be speaking at the seminar, said: “This is going to be a great seminar, which I recommend to all our readers. With the UK facing an astonishing political crisis, sterling is facing a very rough time, while the slow recovery in the US and Eurozone mean more opportunities for savvy currency traders.”
“Perhaps most important of all, we will be discussing governments’ exit strategies: how can governments and central banks start to climb back from their reckless fiscal loosening and radical quantitative easing policies?”
David Stuart, chief operating officer of Alpari (UK) will be speaking on the topic of “Financial Markets: friend and foe”, and Alpari’s head of market research George Tchetvertakov will be talking about FX in a brave new world.
The breakfast seminars will be held on Friday 26 June and Thursday 2 July between 8.30am and 10.30am at the Bloomberg offices in Finsbury Square. This is an opportunity not to be missed and places are limited.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance at the seminar.