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Debit/Credit Card Forex Brokers

Capital.com:

Min deposit : A minimum deposit of $100 or equivalent is required.

Max lerverage : For newcomers and amateur traders, in the line with ESMA req.

Lowest spread : 0.3 Pips

26-12-2018

Wise Trader:

Min deposit : 250$

Max lerverage : depends on the asset

Lowest spread : depending on the account

26-12-2018

TRILT:

Min deposit : $100

Max lerverage : 1:400

Lowest spread : 0.3 pip

26-12-2018


MoneyGram Forex Brokers

IMMFX:

Min deposit : $50

Max lerverage : 1 : 500

Lowest spread : 0.6 pips

26-12-2018

FBS:

Min deposit : Yes

Max lerverage : 1:1000

Lowest spread :

23-12-2018


Brokers which accept Bank Checks

Hirose Financial UK:

Min deposit : 20

Max lerverage : 1:400

Lowest spread : 0.7 Pips

22-12-2018

BelforFx:

Min deposit : 100

Max lerverage : 1:500

Lowest spread : 0.2 Pips

22-12-2018


Forex Analysis and News

Welcome to the era of the activist accountant

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, 15 hours 38 minutes ago

In an unexpected modern tale, activist accountants have become vital advocates towards standardising ESG risks

Summer holiday edition

By Rana Foroohar from Financial Times, 1 day 15 hours 38 minutes ago

Will shorter working days come to pass, and how would we use the extra time?

Irresistible EU meets immovable Poland on the rule of law

By Tony Barber from Financial Times, 1 day 15 hours 38 minutes ago

Brussels searches for ways to reverse the Warsaw government’s assault on judicial independence

Biden puts workers ahead of consumers

By Rana Foroohar from Financial Times, on 01-08-2021 20:21 EDT

The president’s executive order on competition policy aims to rebalance American capitalism

Women Spac founders are good for finance

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, on 29-07-2021 20:21 EDT

Diversity makes for lateral thinking, and benefits us all

Growth Is Strong, but the Obstacles to Full Recovery Are Big

By Neil Irwin from New York Times, on 29-07-2021 00:00 EDT

The new G.D.P. numbers paint a vivid picture of a nation still struggling to complete an economic readjustment.

TPG and Brookfield haul in $12bn for climate funds

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, on 28-07-2021 20:21 EDT

Plus, who should pay for ESG ratings, fossil fuel companies’ undisclosed gifts to Oxford, and Japan moves to mandate climate risk disclosure

Three questions from the Nixon era for Joe Biden

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, on 28-07-2021 20:21 EDT

‘‘Total global debt is now more than three times the size of the global economy, since debt — and money — has expanded inexorably since 1971’

Apple will require masks for customers and employees in many U.S. stores.

By Jack Nicas from New York Times, on 28-07-2021 00:00 EDT

Apple had lifted mask requirements in its American stores earlier this year, but the Delta variant prompted it to reverse course.

Will the Delta Variant Wreck the Recovery?

By Neil Irwin from New York Times, on 28-07-2021 00:00 EDT

Probably not. But there are potential challenges with both supply and demand that put the economy at risk.

Apple’s profits nearly doubled in the latest quarter.

By Jack Nicas from New York Times, on 27-07-2021 00:00 EDT

The pandemic has been a windfall for Apple and its peers, as people buy even more gadgets to work, study and socialize.

Covid, climate change and our tragedy of the commons

By Rana Foroohar from Financial Times, on 26-07-2021 20:21 EDT

It’s as if we are all engaged in some kind of wilful blindness about our own role in this sort of moral hazard

In Stinging Rebuke, China Tells U.S. Diplomat That Its Rise Can’t Be Stopped

By Keith Bradsher from New York Times, on 26-07-2021 00:00 EDT

Beijing accused Washington of a “thinly veiled attempt to contain and suppress China,” in remarks released before talks with a visiting U.S. diplomat had ended.

As China Boomed, It Didn’t Take Climate Change Into Account. Now It Must.

By Keith Bradsher from New York Times, on 26-07-2021 00:00 EDT

China’s breathtaking economic growth created cities ill-equipped to face extreme weather. Last week’s dramatic floods showed that much will have to change.

Why collective risk-sharing should be a central element in pensions

By Martin Wolf from Financial Times, on 25-07-2021 20:21 EDT

Large, diversified CDC funds will allow generations to protect each other

German floods increase pressure for a break with the Merkel era

By Tony Barber from Financial Times, on 25-07-2021 20:21 EDT

The next government will face demands to do more on climate change and economic modernisation

Trading apps reduce markets to a game

By Rana Foroohar from Financial Times, on 25-07-2021 20:21 EDT

Robinhood and similar online platforms do nothing to help the little guy or improve the financial system

Flood Deaths in China Show Road Risks From Climate Change

By Keith Bradsher from New York Times, on 24-07-2021 00:00 EDT

At least four people died in a highway tunnel in central China that flooded at the same time as a subway tunnel after eight inches of rain fell in a single hour.

Delays, More Masks and Mandatory Shots: Virus Surge Disrupts Office-Return Plans

By Jack Nicas from New York Times, on 23-07-2021 00:00 EDT

A wave of the contagious Delta variant is causing companies to reconsider when they will require employees to return, and what health requirements should be in place when they do.

How blockchain is shaking Swift and the global payments system

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, on 22-07-2021 20:21 EDT

A crucial linchpin of the world’s financial plumbing is ripe for disruption

A tale of two Covid tests

By Martin Sandbu from Financial Times, on 22-07-2021 20:21 EDT

How holiday hassles can offer lessons about different forms of capitalism

Mississippi asks the Supreme Court to overrule Roe v. Wade.

By Adam Liptak from New York Times, on 22-07-2021 00:00 EDT

The case, to be argued in the fall, will give the court’s newly expanded conservative majority its first chance to consider the future of abortion rights.

‘The Water Came So Fast’: Floods Leave Scores Stranded in China

By Keith Bradsher from New York Times, on 22-07-2021 00:00 EDT

Unusually heavy rains engulfed roads and bridges, flooding towns and cities in central China. The extreme weather has killed 33 people and caused power outages.

Short seller takes aim at Oatly’s sustainability claims

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, on 21-07-2021 20:21 EDT

Church group objects to TCFD proposals, green investors mimic Buffett and Olympics expose Japan’s ESG flaws

Why I like to write this column in bed

By Gillian Tett from Financial Times, on 21-07-2021 20:21 EDT

Whether or not you’re a writer, brain science has revealed a great deal about how creativity works