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Holiday Trading Hours- September 2015
Please be informed that due to US Holiday (Thanksgiving Day), Market operation hours will be as follows:

Thanksgiving Day 2015:
Market will close on Thursday, 26th Nov 2015, 18.00 hrs (GMT) and will resume on Thursday, 26th Nov 2015, 23.00 hrs (GMT).

Day After Thanksgiving Day 2015:
Market will close on Friday, 27th Nov 2015, 18.00 hrs (GMT) and will resume on Sunday 29th Nov 2015, 23.00 hrs (GMT).
Winter Trading Hours - Nov 2015
Please note that the time in North America will revert back to Winter time on 1st Nov 2015 (Sunday).
The Market opens on Sunday 23:00 GMT and ends at 21:30 GMT on Friday.
NEW Hudson Global Capital Online Trading
General, 15th October 2008 (0930hrs GMT) - Hudson Global Capital has completed upgrading its current Etrade (internet trading platform) to a more robust, secure and faster system with an improved user interface. You will also enjoy better interactivity and enhanced reliability.

Please take note of the following:

- All existing Etrade online customers would have previously received a notification containing their new User ID by June 2007. Please feel free to email us at or click to speak to our online Service Advisor for any further clarification on the migration process.

- The current Etrade online trading portal will be decommissioned and taken out of production on 29th October 2008.

- If you have opened your Etrade account after 19 August 2007, you will not be affected by this migration process as your account will be opened in the new system.

- During this migration period, our helpdesk may experience an overwhelming volume of enquiries. If you have difficulty contacting through, please drop us an email and we will get back to you promptly.
  Last Bid Ask Change High Low Time
EUR/USD 1.1355 1.1355 1.1361 0.0002 1.1357 1.1357 22:00:19
GBP/USD 1.5312 1.5312 1.5322 -0.0036 1.5383 1.5300 22:35:38
USD/JPY 120.25 120.25 120.30 0.34 120.35 119.84 22:01:30
USD/CHF 0.9615 0.9615 0.9624 -0.0045 0.9676 0.9586 22:22:35
AUD/USD 0.7331 0.7331 0.7340 0.0075 0.7344 0.7256 22:10:41
EUR/JPY 136.54 136.54 136.64 1.29 136.95 135.03 21:00:11
GBP/JPY 184.12 184.12 184.30 0.11 184.85 183.89 21:00:38
USD/CAD 1.2942 1.2942 1.2947 -0.0067 1.3012 1.2897 21:00:42
GBP/NZD 2.2844 2.2844 2.2904 -0.0176 2.3059 2.2824 22:38:05
EUR/NZD 1.6950 1.6950 1.6982 0.0030 1.6995 1.6711 21:00:34
XAU 1,155.58 1,155.58 1,156.53 17.13 1,159.80 1,138.61 23:34:25
XAG 15.83 15.83 15.86 0.15 16.02 15.57 22:11:41
DJ 16,979 16,969 16,990 13 17,026 16,910 23:36:45
SP 2,006.50 2,006.00 2,007.00 0.25 2,014.00 1,998.75 23:35:40
ND 4,356.00 4,354.50 4,360.00 11.25 4,369.25 4,324.50 23:34:21
CRUDE 49.49 49.49 49.53 0.11 50.92 49.17 20:59:50
GAS 2.520 2.519 2.521 0.022 2.523 2.469 20:59:40
Mid-Day Report: Loonie Rally Extends on Job Data and Oil - 21:04 2015/10/09
Canadian dollar extends rally today with help of strength in crude oil and employment data. WTI crude oil took out 50 handle today and reached as high as 50.92 so far. Meanwhile, released from Canada, employment grew 12.1k in September versus expectation of 10.0k. Unemployment rate rose to 7.1% as
Daily Report: Dollar Remains Soft after FOMC Minutes - 10:11 2015/10/09
Dollar stays soft as the markets perceived the tone of the FOMC minutes released overnight pointed to risk of further delay in rate hike. In particular, the minutes noted that "participants anticipated that the recent global developments would likely put further downward pressure on inflation in the near term." And,
Mid-Day Report: Sterling Pares Gains after BoE, FOMC Minutes Next - 20:50 2015/10/08
The forex markets are basically staying in familiar range today. Sterling edged higher but reversed the gains after BoE left policies unchanged as widely expected. Canadian dollar also pared back some of recent gains as crude oil faced resistance for 50 handle and is back pressing 48. Released from US,
Daily Report: Eyes on BoE and FOMC Minutes - 11:41 2015/10/08
BoE monetary policy decisions and FOMC minutes are the two main focuses today. BoE is widely expected to keep interest rate unchanged at 0.50% and asset purchase target at GBP 375b. A major focus is on the vote split where markets expected Ian McCafferty to continue to dissent on rate
Mid-Day Report: Commodity Currencies Stay Strong on Global Stock Rally - 20:46 2015/10/07
Commodity currencies continue to ride on rally in global equities markets and extends this week's rise. At the time of writing, DAX is up 1.2% while CAC and FTSE are trading up 0.7% and 0.5% respectively. US futures also point to higher open. Canadian dollar is additional supported by strength
Daily Report: IMF Downgraded Global Growth Forecast, Dollar and Yen Soft - 11:09 2015/10/07
US equities closed mixed overnight as this week's strong rebound is starting to lose momentum. DJIA closed 13.76 pts, or 0.08%, higher at 16790.19. S&P 500 dropped -7.13 pts or -0.36% to close at 1979.92. Note that both are starting to face some resistance 55 days EMA, at 16790 and
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Soft on Fed Hike Delay Speculations - 20:49 2015/10/06
Dollar remains soft today as there are increasing speculations that Fed will delay first rate hike in years. Goldman Sachs said that could delay well into 2016 or even later. On the other hand, BoE might also push back the rate hike into even 2017. Both dollar and sterling are
Daily Report: Aussie Mildly Higher on RBA Confidence - 15:15 2015/10/06
Australian dollar rises mildly today as RBA kept the cash rate unchanged at 2.00% in October. The accompanying statement contained few changes, suggesting that policymakers' view on the economic outlook stayed largely the same as the previous month. The updates, however, indicated that the central bank has turned more confident
Mid-Day Report: Commodity Currencies Rise With Stock Rebound - 22:23 2015/10/05
Commodity currencies are generally higher today on strength in global equity markets. Dollar is soft against Euro but stays in recently established range. meanwhile, Sterling, is a touch weaker than the greenback. Yen and Swiss Franc are the weakest on risk appetite as usual. Overall, we're not seeing any impressive
Daily Report: Dollar Mildly Lower, Sterling in Focus this Week - 11:20 2015/10/05
Dollar open the week mildly lower as there is some fresh selling in response to last week's weak employment data. But weakness is still limited except versus Canadian dollar. Some analysts noted that with well contained inflation, lackluster wage growth and slowing employment growth, there is no compelling reason for