Trading is a complicated affair.
Forex traders are in the spotlight on social media for their flashy lifestyles.
It's "risky, volatile, erratic, intense and stressful" -- and is still mostly unregulated.
Three of the country's biggest banks implicated.
There is no other business with the minimal overheads that trading has compared to the potential tax-free returns trading can give you in the time needed to maintain it is a business per day. It is a unique opportunity open to us all that rewards you handsomely if approached with the right mindset.
There will be another Forex-style scandal within the next three years. It is probably brewing even as you read this. And it will probably all be conducted on the telephone, now that the regulators have worked out IM chatrooms...
Five of the world's biggest banks are to pay fines totalling £2 billion after regulators today lifted the lid on what looks
It is very widely believed that lowering the value of the pound must increase inflation. Monetarists have always claimed that any gains in competitiveness from a lower currency must be offset by rapid price increases. But what might seem obvious needs to be checked against the economic statistics - and they tell a very different story.
Not yet anyway. Trading is a highly lucrative and empowering career choice but its application is very different to that
A lack of women in bank boardrooms could be to blame for the scandals and excesses that emerged during the financial crisis