Jump to content

Join our #IGForexChat and put your currency questions to our expert panel

JamesIG

Submit your questions now! In October we will be hosting a number of live chats and discussion dedicated to the world of currency trading and the foreign exchange market. Each #IGForexChat will focus on a unique topic, relevant to the macroeconomic landscape today.

These topics will include; the ongoing US - Sino trade war, Trump's protectionist tariffs, and the renminbi; the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and any ongoing EU negotiations; and finally the recent sell side pressure affecting emerging market currencies and their local economies. 

Each #IGForexChat discussion will be hosted by our own IGTV presenters along with an elite group of influencers, analysts, traders, and market commentators. We will broadcast LIVE within the IG dealing platform, on IG Community, and via our broader social media platforms such as Facebook and YouTube. 

Our first #IGForexChat will focus on...

What effect will the trade war have on forex markets?

 

  • Possible effects of Trump’s policies
  • Possible effects of Chinese, EU, G7 reactions, etc
  • Chinese renminbi – how will its valuation develop, will China continue to exert control over its value, etc?
  • Key pairs to watch over next 12 months

The most important part of the #IGForexChat will be you! We want to hear your questions so we can put them to the panel, opening up a two way channel between you and a group of experts which you may not usually access. The first two guests will be Raj Dhall at tradingview.com and Samuel Morton at lovethepips and forexcfdsignals.com.

Submit your questions now!Throughout the live broadcast you can use the #IGForexChat hashtag to submit your questions via any form of social media, but you can also submit any question you may have right now, simply by commenting on this post. If you're an IG client (both live and demo) make sure that you are logged into Community before you post. 

We've done this type of broadcast before with our #IGCryptoChat discussions we had back in March 2018. You can check out an example of what we have instore for you below.

If you're a 'guest' to this page and don't have an account with IG, you can still leave a comment below (however it will need to be approved by a moderator).



0 Comments

Recommended Comments

There are no comments to display.

Your content will need to be approved by a moderator

Guest
You are commenting as a guest. If you have an account, please sign in.
Add a comment...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Blog Statistics

    • Total Blogs
      3
    • Total Entries
      237
  • Our picks

    • #IGCommodityChat: Gold
      We’re sitting down with professional investor Simon Popple and Ross Normal, CEO of Sharps Pixley, to discuss what the future might be for gold markets, and giving you the chance to ask him questions as part of a live Q&A.
      • 0 replies
    • Nissan Shares fall along with Chairman - EMEA Brief 20 Nov
      Nissan shares fell more than 5% following Chairman Carlos Ghosn being placed under arrest for allegedly violating Japanese financial law
      • 0 replies
    • Risk factors - APAC brief 20 Nov
      Risk? No, thanks: Markets have given a resounding “nope” to all varieties of risk overnight. Equities have been slogged on Wall Street, following to a sluggish day in European markets, that saw the FTSE drop 0.2 per cent and the DAX shed 0.85 per cent. Here it looks like this is the convergence punters have been calling: US shares are playing a rapid catch-up with their global counterparts. The losses are piling up. The NASDAQ has been hit the worst in the North American session led by falls in FANG stocks. At time of writing, with about half an hour left in the session, the losses for that index are hovering around 3.00 per cent. That’s not to say the picture is any prettier for the other major US indices: The S&P500 is down just-shy of 2 per cent, and the Dow Jones is much the same.

      The havens: Typically, US Treasuries have maintained their bid. The yield on US 10 Year Treasuries has dipped to 3.05 per cent, while the yield on US 2 Year note has fallen further, down 3 points to 2.77 per cent. The markets are scrambling for safety once more as volatility spikes again: the VIX is up to about 21, and that is ample reason for investors to bail-out of equities. The US Dollar is suffering from the drop-in yields, and the Japanese Yen is accepting the safe-haven bid, along with the EUR, which is eyeing off 115 again, supported by (slightly) diminished anxiety around the Italian fiscal crisis. Of course, the Australian Dollar and New Zealand have pulled back, trading at 0.7290 and 0.6840, respectively, although it must be mentioned that commodity prices are holding well enough.
      • 0 replies
  • Latest Forum Topics

×