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|0.9%||0.1-0.9% based on volume||Yes||Yes||£10.00 on amounts below £5,000||£2,500||29 currencies||Bank to Bank Transfers, Spot and Forward Contracts|
IFX is one of the UK’s leading specialist FX consultancies. We are a dynamic business with a global reach, serving a growing spread of corporate and private clients throughout the UK, Europe, the US and Australasia.More info >
|.6%||0.1 to 0.6% depending on volume||Yes||Yes||£10 on amounts below £5,000||£1,000||51 Currencies||Spot, Forward|
Ebury Partners is a currency exchange specialist who can offer rates guaranteed lower than you will find anywhere else. Making things easy by giving every client a personal, highly experienced agent to work with, you can be sure to maximize your gains- and the gains for your company. Offering a variety of options, Ebury Partners will take the hassle out of your corporate foreign exchange, contact an agent today and find out how you can save now.More info >
|1%||0.1% - 1% (Depending on volume)||Yes||No||£0||£1,000||27 accounts||Transfers from and to bank accounts|
For both individuals and companies, Voltrex offers a multitude of options that can be helpful for anyone.More info >
|1%||0.25% - 1% (Depending on volume)||Yes||Yes||£0 on trades above £5,000||£1,000 (£250 for regular payments)||ALL currencies||Bank to Bank transfer|
World First works with a large number of companies worldwide to help them manage their international financial requirements efficiently and cost-effectively. In addition to this we are able to help companies budget more accurately through use of hedging strategies such as currency options.More info >
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Level One Project is an initiative by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to achieve not only greater financial inclusion, but to develop frameworks and solutions so that 2.5 billion unbanked people can have access to better financial services tomorrow. As per their website, the objective and mission of the Level One Project is as follows: They have published a guide, which is worth reading, highlighting the ecosystem, some suggested paths towards financial inclusion...
The Australian dollar is showing modest losses on Wednesday, as AUD/USD trades at 0.7150 early in the North American session. Taking a look at economic releases, Australian Retail Sales posted a modest gain of 0.4%, within expectations. Australiaâ€™s trade deficit narrowed to A$-2.32 billion, marking the smallest deficit in 6 months. Over in the US, ADP Nonfarm Payrolls was very close to the forecast, and Trade Balance and ISM Services PMI both beat expectations. As well, Fed Chair...
NZD/USD continues to lose ground on Wednesday, as the pair trades just below the 0.66 line in the North American session. The New Zealand dollar lost ground as New Zealand employment numbers disappointed. Employment Change declined by 0.4%, while the unemployment rate edged up to 6.0%. Over in the US, ADP Nonfarm Payrolls was very close to the forecast, and Trade Balance and ISM Services PMI both beat expectations. As well, Fed Chair Janet Yellen continues her testimony on Capitol Hill, as...