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  • Squawk / 02 May 2019 at 3:47 GMT
    How to Start Forex Trading in Indonesia

    Forex is increasingly becoming popular every day. It’s a high-risk type investment that requires careful trading in order to be successful. That said, there are several steps involved when starting forex trading in Indonesia.

    First, you must get a trusted forex broker to assist you. The government of Indonesia decided to crack down the scams and completely change the forex industry. The many brokers were taking advantage of the growing popularity of Forex market to fraud unsuspecting traders.This led to the introduction of the Bappebti forex broker as the best and reliable trading agency that complies with the law to provide services to the Indonesians.

    According to ,a good broker in Indonesia must register with the BAPPEBTI regulating agency. Since Indonesia is a Muslim country, a good Bappebti forex broker must provide trading accounts that comply with Sharia laws.
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    Market Predator Market Predator
    Excellent as usually Ole. With COT my most favourite format. I wish You great weekend, Sir. Thx MP.
    julia555 julia555
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  • Article / 13 February 2017 at 13:45 GMT

    Copper market focus on Chile and Indonesia — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Copper market focus on Chile and Indonesia — #SaxoStrats
    Copper prices have been pushed higher amid strike action at the world's biggest copper mine in Chile and the halting of exports from the second largest, in Indonesia. Having seen rangebound trading since the US election spike in November, copper broke above resistance to reach the highest level since May 2015.
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  • Article / 02 December 2016 at 16:18 GMT

    WCU: Economics trump politics as Opec cuts supply

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    WCU: Economics trump politics as Opec cuts supply
    Opec's agreed 1.2 million barrels/day production cut, supplemented by a 600,000 b/d reduction by non-Opec producers, has likely put a floor under the oil market, potentially around $45/barrel, but if $70/b is the target, the market may well have to wait a long time. Many questions remain, such as how well Opec members will indeed comply with the agreed cuts and how much of the non-Opec cut will really be removed from the market.
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    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    Excelle nt work. Please what day and time is the non opec meeting next week ? thank you
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    December 10 in Vienna. No timetable available so far