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Holiday Trading Hours- September 2015
Please be informed that due to US Holiday (Monday 7th Sept 2015. Labor Day), market operation hours will be as follow:
Market will close on Monday 7th Sept 2015, at 17.00 hrs (GMT) and will resume on Monday 7th Sept 2015, at 22.00 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 1.1180 0.0000 0.0000 -0.0066 1.1310 1.1156 13:57:24
GBP/USD 1.5393 0.0000 0.0000 -0.0008 1.5443 1.5336 14:02:58
USD/JPY 121.70 0.00 0.00 0.57 121.75 120.65 14:07:00
USD/CHF 0.9619 0.0000 0.0000 -0.0034 0.9668 0.9579 13:53:50
AUD/USD 0.7173 0.7173 0.7176 0.0004 0.7206 0.7116 21:00:04
EUR/JPY 136.00 136.00 136.10 -0.23 136.62 135.24 21:00:44
GBP/JPY 187.23 187.23 187.42 0.63 187.38 185.34 21:00:38
USD/CAD 1.3200 1.3200 1.3201 -0.0002 1.3300 1.3163 21:00:01
GBP/NZD 2.3797 2.3797 2.3844 0.0019 2.3889 2.3683 20:59:57
EUR/NZD 1.7286 1.7286 1.7322 -0.0076 1.7495 1.7037 21:00:44
XAU 1,133.07 1,133.07 1,134.02 7.72 1,140.88 1,124.00 00:07:53
XAG 14.58 14.58 14.61 0.08 14.68 14.37 21:22:27
DJ 16,632 16,632 16,639 -18 16,684 16,465 23:38:42
SP 1,986.25 1,986.25 1,987.25 -3.00 1,992.75 1,967.25 23:35:58
ND 4,324.25 4,321.25 4,329.50 -3.75 4,340.75 4,281.75 23:31:12
CRUDE 45.33 45.27 45.33 2.77 45.90 41.78 21:15:02
GAS 2.724 2.723 2.734 0.060 2.725 2.664 21:15:02
Weekly Review and Outlook: Dollar Rebounded after Market Turmoil - 01:48 2015/08/30
It was another week of roller coaster ride in the financial markets with a surprising end. DJIA tumbled to as low as 15370.33, over 1000 pts down from prior week's close of 16459.75. But the index then staged a strong rebound and has indeed closed the week up at 16643.01.
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Firm Despite Mixed Fed Comments - 21:58 2015/08/28
Dollar stays firm today as markets is heading for the weekly closes. There are some mixed comments from Fed officials regarding rate hike. St Louis Fed president James Bullard said that recent market volatility over the past 10 days would "not very much" change the economic outlook as seen by
Mid-Day Report: Market Rebound Continues, Dollar Firm - 21:53 2015/08/27
Stock markets are generally higher today following recovery in sentiments. DJIA is trading up over 200 pts in initial trading. Dollar is also supported by better than expected economic data. Q2 GDP growth was revised higher to 3.7%, up fro 2.3% and better than expectation of 3.2%. GDP price index
Daily Report: Dollar and Stocks Rebounded and Markets Calmed - 13:07 2015/08/27
Wall Street seemed to have responded very well to China's stimulus measures. DJIA surged 619.07 pts, or 3.95%, to close at 16285.51. S&P 500 rose 72.9 pts, or 3.90% to close at 1940.51. That's the biggest percentage gain in the US markets in four years. Asian markets follow with Nikkei
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Rebounds on Stabilizing Sentiments - 21:12 2015/08/26
Dollar reversed much of this week's loss as market sentiments continue to stabilize. The greenback is now trading higher against most major currencies for the week except versus yen. There is also some additional support for the greenback in early US session from economic data. Durable goods orders rose 2.0%
Daily Report: Markets Stay Weak, Unconvinced by China's Easing - 13:09 2015/08/26
Markets seemed to be unconvinced by China's easing measures announced yesterday. DJIA erased initial bounce and ended -204.91 pts, or -1.29%, down at 15666.44. S&P 500 dropped -25.6 pts, or -1.35%, to close at 1867.61. DJIA dropped over -200 pts for the fourth straight day and that's the longest losing
Mid-Day Report: Sentiment Recovered after Selloff, Aided by China Stimulus - 21:35 2015/08/25
Global stock markets recovered from yesterday's selloff and was further supported by stimulus measures from China. DJIA is trading up over 300 pts in initial trading and reclaimed 16000 handle. European indices also rebounded with DAX up 4.7%, CAC up 4.7% and FTSE up 3.0% at the time of writing.
Daily Report: Asian Markets Stabilizing after Steep Selloff - 12:08 2015/08/25
The US markets had a volatile wide overnight. DJIA tumbled more than -1000 pts in early trading, following the global selloff. Bargain hunters and short covering than helped the index pare back much of the losses. But towards the end of the session, investors gave up again as DJIA closed
Mid-Day Report: Global Market Crash Continues - 21:50 2015/08/24
The global stock market crash carries on into US session. DJIA extends recent dive and drops more than -1000 pts in initial trading, breaking 15500 handle. European indices are trading down over -5% at the time of writing, with CAC losing as much as -6.8%. WTI crude oil also extends
Daily Report: Market Rout Accelerates, EUR, CHF, JPY Surge - 12:42 2015/08/24
Asian markets opened the week sharply lower as the meltdown in China stock market accelerated. At the time of writing, the Shanghai Composite is trading down -300 pts, or -8.5% and is pressing 3200. That's well below the 3500 level that markets expected the government to defend. HK HSI followed