Avertissement sur les risques : Les CFD sont des instruments complexes et le risque de perdre de l’argent, lorsque vous les négociez, est grand à cause du levier. 90% des comptes d’investisseurs particuliers perdent de l’argent lorsqu’ils négocient les CFD et ce fournisseur. Vous devriez vous assurer de bien comprendre les CFD et si vous pouvez vous permettre de prendre le risque de perdre votre capital.
Avertissement sur les risques : Les CFD sont des instruments complexes et le risque de perdre de l’argent, lorsque vous les négociez, est grand à cause du levier. 90% des comptes d’investisseurs particuliers perdent de l’argent lorsqu’ils négocient les CFD et ce fournisseur. Vous devriez vous assurer de bien comprendre les CFD et si vous pouvez vous permettre de prendre le risque de perdre votre capital.

Lukman's Week Ahead | 01/04/2019

Every Monday at 13:00 GMT, our market expert will be on hand to tackle the week’s most significant market developments and their impact on the currency, commodity and equity markets. In his presentation on the 01st of April, Lukman takes on: • Market mood lifted by US-China trade optimism • Brexit uncertainty remains a major theme • US jobs report on sharp focus • Will Gold push back above $1300? • Technical and fundamental setups to watch out for

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