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It seems that every time I flick through the business section of the Evening Standard on the way home, the City Spy column is regaling the readership with tales of dodgy currency brokers laundering money, rigging currency markets and ripping off clients.
This makes the coming weeks potentially rather dangerous for investors and traders as geopolitical uncertainty increases. Already we have been seeing an uptick in volatility, not just in sterling, but across FX markets as a whole and if the result from the General Election continues to look like there is going to be no clear winner then things could become even more volatile.
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As exciting as it can be, moving abroad also brings an endless to-do list with it, and transferring money overseas is just one of the challenges you'll face as a new expat. Failing to devise a plan for this early on can end up costing you unnecessarily, but what are the most important things to consider?
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The Serious Fraud Office has launched a criminal probe into allegations of fraudulent conduct in the foreign exchange market
George Osborne will set out plans to clean up the global currency markets in a bid to head off a potentially huge foreign
George Osborne could soon unveil measures to clean up the global currency markets in order to head off a potentially massive
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