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    EmpireGlobalfx is one of the biggest ECN brokers in the market counting up to 400 trading instruments with tight variable spread. Leverage of up to 1:400 and unrestricted trading with instant execution, customers access very deep liquidity pools with funds segregated and audited in every deposit or withdrawal while trading in the markets. Follow the latest company news and news on ECN and CFD's brokerage here.

    Good trades!
     
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    Empire Global Fx announces upcoming new Headquarters in Hungary.

    Empire Global Fx is proud to announce the upcoming Incorporation in Hungary with registration at HFSA. Along with this structural growth, new headquarters in Hungary will be inaugurated.

    No doubt, great news to all our friends and customers. Thanks indeed for your support!
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    Empire Global FX astonishing number of CFD'S and our tight average spreads. Our spreads are variable upon market liquidty.

    Good trades!

    Instrument Spread
    EURUSD 0,6
    USDJPY 0,9
    GBPUSD 2
    USDCHF 2
    USDCAD 1,8
    AUDUSD 1,2
    NZDUSD 1,8
    EURGBP 1,8
    EURJPY 2,4
    GBPJPY 3,2
    AUDJPY 1,7
    NZDJPY 2,8
    CHFJPY 3
    CADJPY 3
    EURCHF 4
    EURAUD 3
    EURCAD 4
    GBPCHF 6
    GBPCAD 5
    GBPAUD 5
    GBPNZD 10
    AUDNZD 7
    AUDCHF 4
    USDMXN 150
     

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    Dollar to drop on S&P, flows seen to safe assets

    (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar is likely to take a further beating against the Swiss franc and Japanese yen on Monday, while global stocks could tumble after the United States lost its top-tier credit rating from Standard & Poor's.

    Losses against the euro, however, could be tempered by the euro zone's escalating debt crisis as officials there discuss ways to reduce borrowing costs for large euro zone economies Spain and Italy.

    The dollar's fall against the safe-haven Swiss franc and yen could be limited by possible intervention by the Bank of Japan and Swiss National Bank to stem their surging currencies.

    Stocks in Tel Aviv, one of the first global equity markets to open since the downgrade, dropped over 6 percent on Sunday in response to S&P's action late on Friday to cut the U.S. long-term credit rating by a notch to "AA-plus" from "AAA."

    The move by S&P drew criticism from some of the world's largest investors.

    "Obviously, we're going to get freaked out a little bit and the dollar will get hit, but it's only going to be for a couple of days," said John Taylor, chairman and chief executive officer of FX Concepts, the world's largest currency hedge fund.

    Over the past month, the dollar shed 6 percent against the Swiss franc and about 4 percent against the yen.

    "This downgrade is not that important and if you ask me, too silly. The U.S. is in a much better position than any, I repeat, any European country," Taylor added.

    It was not yet clear whether European policymakers would be able to come up with measures to allay concerns about their own region's fiscal crisis, though all the signs were that they were keenly aware of the importance of reassuring markets.

    Sources said the European Central Bank will hold a conference call at 1700 GMT to decide whether to buy Italian government bonds in the secondary market.

    One ECB source said that if the ECB council opted to intervene on Italy, the ECB and national central banks would start buying Italian bonds when markets open on Monday.

    The ECB last week resumed its purchases of government bonds in the secondary market after an 18-week hiatus, but its decision to restrict such purchases to Irish and Portuguese bonds led to sharp declines in Italian and Spanish bond prices, and borrowing costs soared to 14-year highs.

    "There is no reason why the ECB cannot simply go ahead and imply that they are going to support the Italians and the Spanish," said Mike Lenhoff, chief strategist at Brewin Dolphin in London. "It is better that they don't say anything, but go in and show there is another side to the market."

    Any ECB buying would offer relief to beaten-down Italian and Spanish bonds, although the extent of any rally in these bonds will depend on the size and persistence of the bank's bond purchases.

    U.S. RECESSION FEARS

    Worries of another U.S. recession and concern about the euro zone crisis have sparked a global stock market slump that wiped $2.5 trillion off companies' values in the past week.

    The fall in global share prices, as measured by the MSCI All-Country World Index, was the biggest weekly decline since early October 2008, according to Thomson Reuters Datastream.

    Consumer discretionary shares of firms dependent on external demand are likely to be singled out for more punishment.

    Still, some investors believed the expected sell-off in stocks on the U.S. credit downgrade had been largely priced in and may not last long. Some expressed doubts about the S&P decision as they are well aware of questions on the S&P's calculations of the projected U.S. fiscal deficits.

    "The U.S. track record -- over the past 200 years -- on its ability and willingness to fully service its debt is impeccable and the debt statistics should be interpreted not in isolation but in conjunction with the flawless track record of the U.S.," said Stephen Jen, managing director of SLJ Macro Partners in London, a global macro hedge fund.

    "This will have no lasting effects on financial asset prices," he added.

    U.S. Treasury debt yields are also expected to rise on Monday. Yields on benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury notes rebounded to 2.56 percent on Friday, but were not very far from a record low of near 2 percent hit during the throes of the 2007-09 global financial crisis.

    The sharp swings in financial markets have piled pressure on policymakers.

    Finance ministers from the Group of Seven most developed economies are on Monday to discuss the U.S. sovereign rating downgrade and Europe's debt woes, Japanese news agency Kyodo reported on Sunday.

    "Be wary (Monday) of irrational depression as markets take flight," said Justin Urquhart Stewart, a director at Seven Investment Management in London. "We are dealing with the knowns and not the unknowns, but what we have a shortage of at the moment is political leadership."

    Goldman Sachs strategists said there was a one-in-three probability of a U.S. recession due to the worsening European crisis, the possible failure to extend payroll tax cuts and elevated levels of joblessness, despite a slight dip in the U.S. unemployment rate in July.

    That would bode ill for the benchmark MSCI all-country index, which last week hit its lowest since September 2010 and has accumulated losses of more than 12 percent since late July.

    "Market sentiment appears acutely vulnerable given the build-up of concern on a sharper U.S. slowdown and speculation on the appropriate policy response and lingering fears stemming from the sovereign debt crisis in Europe," Citigroup strategists said in a note.
     
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    ECB to intervene decisively on markets: source

    (Reuters) - The Euro system of central banks has decided to intervene decisively on markets to respond to the escalating debt crisis, a euro zone monetary source said after a European Central Bank conference call on Sunday.

    Officials on the conference call carefully considered the situation in Italy and Spain, and took note of a statement by France and Germany which stressed their commitment to European financial reforms, the source said.

    "The Euro system will intervene very significantly on markets and respond in a significant and cohesive way," the euro zone monetary source said, adding a statement by the ECB will be issued shortly.
     

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    G7 gives first sign ready to battle crisis

    (Reuters) - Political and financial leaders gave their first sign of readiness to battle a debt crisis gone global when the European Central Bank signaled on Sunday it would start buying Italian and Spanish debt, a critical move to quell a bond rout that has rocked financial markets.

    The European Central Bank decision would be aimed at calming markets grown increasingly doubtful about Europe's ability to deal with its debt issues, a strikingly parallel concern to that which led ratings agency Standard & Poor's to knock U.S. debt down from "risk free" AAA status to AA-plus.

    Meanwhile, finance chiefs from Group of Seven industrial nations were to confer by telephone late on Sunday-- and possibly issue a statement afterward -- to try to soothe anxious investors after a week in which $2.5 trillion of market value was wiped out.

    Any statement would be timed to precede the opening of trading in Tokyo, the first major market to open on Monday, at 9 a.m. local time (0000 GMT/8:00 p.m. EDT Sunday).

    ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet said in a statement after discussions with his Governing Council on Sunday that the central bank welcomes new steps taken by Italy and Spain on fiscal and structural reforms, and hence it would "actively implement" its bond-buying program. A monetary source said this means it is ready to start buying up the debt of these two countries.

    "The Euro system will intervene very significantly on markets and respond in a significant and cohesive way," the source said.

    Political leaders are under searing pressure to reassure investors that Western governments have both the will and ability to reduce their huge and growing public debt loads.

    ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet wanted the policy-setting Governing Council to take a final decision on buying Italian paper after Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi announced new measures on Friday to speed up deficit reduction and hasten economic reforms, one ECB source said.

    LOOKING FOR A BOUNCE

    Buying Italian bonds would likely prompt a sizable relief rally on global markets.

    On Sunday afternoon, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nichola Sarkozy weighed in with a joint statement praising both Italy and Spain for their pledges to impose budget austerity.

    They stressed that "complete and speedy implementation of the announced measures is key to restor(ing) market confidence."

    The back-and-forth between Standard & Poor's and the Obama administration over whether the downgrade of Washington's rating was justified continued on U.S. Sunday-morning talk shows where a senior official from the ratings agency said its concerns about political impasse in Washington were valid.

    John Chambers, an S&P managing director, said on ABC's "This Week" that years may be needed to regain AAA status and even them "it would take, I think, more ability to reach consensus in Washington than what we're observing now."

    White House economic adviser Gene Sperling blasted the S&P ruling on Saturday night, saying it "smacked of an institution starting with a conclusion and shaping any arguments to fit it."

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who had indicated he might leave the administration once an increase in the debt ceiling was agreed, announced on Sunday that he was not doing so and would stay on.

    That relieves President Barack Obama of the difficult prospect of finding a replacement who could win Senate confirmation in Washington's bitterly partisan atmosphere.

    Treasury says that S&P's debt calculations were off by $2 trillion but the agency said that did not change the fact that the United States' longer-term debt prospects were worsening.

    Twin debt crises in the United States and Europe had policy makers scrambling to keep financial markets from panic.

    The ECB reactivated its sovereign bond-buying program on Thursday but purchased only small quantities of Irish and Portuguese bonds, seeking tougher austerity measures from Italy. That did nothing to stem market attacks on Italian assets.

    Berlusconi's plans entail moving up a balancing of the budget by one year to 2013, enshrining a balanced budget rule in the constitution and pushing through welfare and labor market reforms after talks with trade unions and employers.

    He gave little detail about how that would be achieved and the measures will take some time to enact.

    G-20, G-7 CRISIS CONTACTS

    South Korea said finance deputies from the Group of 20 big economies addressed the European crisis and U.S. sovereign rating downgrade in an emergency conference call on Sunday morning Asian time.

    French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who chairs the G7 and G20 forums this year, conferred with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday.

    "Both agreed the importance of working together, monitoring the situation closely and keeping in contact over the coming days," a spokesman for Cameron said.

    Over time, S&P's move could ripple through markets by pushing up borrowing costs and making it more difficult to secure a lasting recovery.

    S&P chief David Beers told "Fox News Sunday" that the Treasury Department's criticism of the credit rating agency's analysis was a "complete misrepresentation." Even with the debt limit agreement passed by the U.S. Congress, he said, "the underlying debt burden of the U.S. is rising and will continue to rise over the next decade."

    Asked about prospects for a further lowering of the U.S. rating, Beers said the agency's negative outlook meant that "risks are on the downside."

    ALARM IN GERMAN, FRENCH MEDIA

    Newspapers in Germany, the euro zone's reluctant bankroller, were both incredulous and gloomy on Sunday about the financial upheaval.

    Welt am Sonntag dedicated an entire section to global economic uncertainties, entitled "Der Crash" and wrote: "No one could have foreseen this dramatic crash and now the situation can only be endured with gallows humor."

    French newspapers carried grim headlines with Le Journal du Dimanche trumpeting "The world on the edge of collapse" with a sub-headline saying: "The week starting should be crucial. Markets from now on are living in fear of a crash."

    Washington's Asian allies rallied round the battered superpower, with Japan and South Korea both saying their trust in U.S. Treasuries remained unshaken and urging investors not to panic.

    "I expressed our country's position on the (G20 conference) call that there will be no sudden change in our reserve management policy," South Korean Deputy Finance Minister Choi Jong-ku told Reuters by telephone, referring to Seoul's heavy ownership of U.S. bonds.

    "There's no alternative that provides such stability and liquidity," added Choi.

    SPLITS IN ECB

    In some quarters including in the German government, there are doubts that Italy can be rescued by the European emergency fund, even if the fund were tripled in size, according to newsmagazine Der Spiegel.

    Italy's financial needs are so huge that it would overwhelm resources, according to government experts, Der Spiegel said in its online edition. Italy's public debt is about 1.8 trillion euros, or 120 percent of its national output.

    Germany has consistently said troubled euro-zone governments should focus on spending cuts and internal reforms, not bailouts. The European Financial Stability Fund currently has 440 billion euros ($632.5 billion) and would need to be expanded to cater for the likes of Italy and Spain.

    China, the largest foreign holder of U.S. debt, took the world's economic superpower to task for allowing its fiscal house to get into such disarray.

    On Sunday, a commentary in the People's Daily, the main newspaper of the ruling Communist Party, said Asian exporters, who depend on demand from the United States, could be among the biggest victims of the mounting U.S. economic woes.

    "The lowering of the United States' long-term sovereign credit rating has sounded a warning bell for the international currency system dominated by the U.S. dollar," said economist Sun Lijian, writing in the paper.
     
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    ECB buying steadies Europe, U.S. downgrade weighs

    (Reuters) - Italy and Spain's borrowing costs fell on Monday as reports filtered in that the European Central Bank was buying their bonds, lifting European shares and partly overcoming jitters about a rating downgrade for U.S. debt.

    Five-year yields in Italy and Spain fell more than 80 basis points. Spreads with German debt narrowed and the cost of insuring against default dropped.

    Gold nonetheless soared to a new record above $1,700 an ounce on safe-haven buying and the dollar weakened against a basket of major currencies.

    Investors were digesting a weekend of talks between industrialized countries aimed at ensuring the smooth functioning of financial markets following agency S&P's cut in its U.S. rating late on Friday to AA-plus from AAA.

    Focusing on the euro zone crisis, the ECB agreed to intervene in the Italian and Spanish debt markets to reduce borrowing costs that are close to prohibitive.

    "The downgrade to the U.S. is not great. These markets are going to remain unsettled for a while, we had recommended investors to raise cash in anticipation of this volatility," said Mike Lenhoff, chief strategist at wealth manager Brewin Dolphin.

    "If the ECB is going to provide some support to the bond markets that could create some sort of relief, buying opportunities could emerge in the sold off cyclical areas, but we are looking for more stability first."

    MSCI's all-country world index was down slightly, recovering as Europe gained. Last week's heavy bout of risk aversion chopped around $2.5 trillion off the value of the index.

    Emerging market stocks were still being hit, losing around 2 percent on Monday.

    European shares, as measured by the FTSEUrofirst 300 index shrugged off opening losses and moved into positive territory, rising a quarter of a percent as news filtered in that the ECB was buying Italian and Spanish bonds.

    EASING PAIN

    The ECB moves followed criticism last week that the bank had not addressed pressure on Spain and Italy when they bought Portuguese and Irish debt last week.

    Traders said Monday's buying was focused on the 5-year sector of the curve, where Italian yields dropped to around 4.6 percent, while the Spanish equivalent was around 4.5 percent.

    "They're doing 20 to 25 million (euro) clips and they're spreading it around the market," said a trader. "We expect them to do billions today."

    The euro rose against the dollar and trimmed losses against other currencies.

    The U.S. currency fell across the board after the S&P downgrade, struggling around record lows against the Swiss franc and the yen.

    But the euro's gains were limited, and some analysts expected it would struggle to gain significantly, as bond purchases, while adding temporary liquidity to stressed bond markets, would do little to improve the fiscal problems in the region.

    "(ECB bond buying) will have a short term effect. It won't have any lasting positive impact on the euro," said Richard Falkenhall, currency strategist at SEB in Stockholm.

    "Even if the ECB buys Italian bonds, private investors will just sell and off-load their Italian risk ... The ECB will have to buy those bonds constantly just to keep yields stable," he said.
     
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    Oil falls more than 3 percent after U.S. downgrade

    (Reuters) - Oil dropped more than 3 percent on Monday, as worry about an economic slowdown spread after Standard & Poor's cut the United States' top-tier credit rating late on Friday.

    Fear gripped financial markets as the fallout from the historic downgrade of the U.S. debt rating by S&P drowned out pledges of assistance from Europe's central bank and soothing words from the Group of Seven.

    U.S. stocks tumbled early, tracking a sharp drop in global equity markets following S&P's move. .N

    Brent crude fell $3.60 to $105.77 a barrel by 10:34 a.m. EDT, after earlier falling as low as $105.45. U.S. crude fell $3.42 to $83.46 after sliding to its lowest intraday level since November at $82.52 a barrel in early trade.

    "In the tumultuous aftermath of the U.S. downgrade from S&P, the world also is downgrading the oil market," said Phil Flynn, analyst at PFGBest Research in Chicago.

    Goldman Sachs said on Monday it maintained overweight recommendation on commodities and oil relative to other assets, although it added that risk to its constructive commodity views had risen.
     
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