Icon close
  • Tenga en cuenta que el sitio web está destinado a personas que residen en jurisdicciones donde el acceso está permitido por ley. STARTRADER y sus entidades afiliadas no están establecidas ni operan en su jurisdicción de origen. Al invertir a través de este sitio web, es importante comprender que no está regulado por la Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV) y usted no tendrá las protecciones que brinda la CNMV.

    Si decide continuar y visitar este sitio web, reconoce y confirma lo siguiente:

    1. STARTRADER no tiene sede en España ni licencia de la CNMV.
    2. Usted accede al sitio web por iniciativa propia y STARTRADER no se lo ha solicitado de ninguna manera.
    3. Desea obtener información de este sitio web, que se proporciona mediante solicitud inversa de acuerdo con las leyes de su jurisdicción de origen.
    4. Invertir a través de esta web no te otorga las protecciones previstas por la CNMV.
    5. Si decide invertir a través de este sitio web o con cualquiera de las entidades de STARTRADER, estará sujeto a las normas y regulaciones de las autoridades reguladoras internacionales pertinentes, no a la CNMV.

    STARTRADER quiere dejar claro que se encuentra debidamente licenciado y autorizado para ofrecer los servicios y productos financieros derivados enumerados en el sitio web. Las personas que acceden a este sitio web y registran una cuenta comercial lo hacen por su propia voluntad y sin solicitud previa.

    Al confirmar su decisión de continuar e ingresar al sitio web, por la presente afirma que esta decisión fue iniciada únicamente por usted y que ninguna entidad de STARTRADER ha realizado ninguna solicitud.

  • Si prega di notare che il sito web è destinato a individui residenti in giurisdizioni dove l'accesso è permesso dalla legge. STARTRADER e le sue entità affiliate non sono né stabilite né operanti nella vostra giurisdizione di residenza. Quando si investe tramite questo sito web, è importante comprendere che non è regolamentato dalla Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB), e non si avranno le protezioni offerte dalla CONSOB.

    Se si sceglie di procedere e visitare questo sito web, si riconosce e si conferma quanto segue:

    1. STARTRADER non ha sede in Italia né è autorizzata dalla CONSOB.
    2. Si sta accedendo al sito web di propria iniziativa e non si è stati sollecitati in alcun modo da STARTRADER.
    3. Si desidera ottenere informazioni da questo sito web, che sono fornite su base di sollecitazione inversa in conformità con le leggi della propria giurisdizione di residenza.
    4. Investire tramite questo sito web non concede le protezioni fornite dalla CONSOB.
    5. Se si sceglie di investire tramite questo sito web o con una qualsiasi delle entità STARTRADER, si sarà soggetti alle regole e ai regolamenti delle relative autorità di regolamentazione internazionali, non alla CONSOB.

    STARTRADER desidera chiarire che è debitamente autorizzata e abilitata ad offrire i servizi e i prodotti derivati finanziari elencati sul sito web. Gli individui che accedono a questo sito web e registrano un conto di trading lo fanno completamente di loro iniziativa e senza sollecitazioni precedenti.

    Confermando la vostra decisione di procedere ed entrare nel sito web, affermate che questa decisione è stata iniziata esclusivamente da voi, e che non è stata fatta alcuna sollecitazione da parte di alcuna entità STARTRADER.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

28 April


European data is weaker again

Gold dipped below $1,900

Markets await Fed’s meeting


U.S. Dollar

The dollar hit a five-year high yesterday as market participants await the Federal Reserve next week which is expected to hike rates. Meanwhile, the euro weakened on growth concerns after Russia cut off gas supplies to parts of the region.

The Fed is expected to increase rates by 50 basis points at its May 3-4 meeting and in June and July. Additionally, the greenback has also benefited from global growth concerns as Europe struggles with the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and China enacts lockdowns in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19.


The euro fell 0.83% to $1.0549 reaching its weakest since March 2017. The common currency has fallen 4.7% so far in April and is set for its worst monthly loss in more than seven years.

Furthermore, on Wednesday, Germany’s economy ministry cut its economic growth forecast for 2022 to 2.2% from its late January prediction of 3.6% growth this year. Also, French consumer confidence fell more than expected in April.

Japanese Yen (USDJPY)

The stronger dollar also blunted an attempted bounce for the yen, which had seen some support from safety flows and positioning for the risk of a policy shift.

The yen last traded at 128.09 per dollar, after hitting a 20-year low of 129.4 last week. Investors anticipate if the Bank of Japan will make any changes to its yield curve control policy to stem yen weakness when it concludes its two-day meeting on Thursday.

Australian Dollar (AUDUSD)

The Australian dollar touched its lowest level since February but caught some wind after Australian consumer prices surged at their fastest annual pace in two decades, spurring speculation that interest rates could be lifted from record lows as soon as next week. The Aussie was up 0.08% at $0.7131.


U. S. Indices

U.S. stocks rebounded on Wednesday as a strong earnings report from Microsoft late Tuesday helped stop the rout in technology stocks.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.6%, while the S&P 500 was up 0.7% and the NASDAQ Composite was up 0.7%.

Tech stocks tumbled 4% on Tuesday as fears of a global economic slowdown gripped the market, dragging the Nasdaq to its lowest level since 2020.

Asian Indices

Asia Pacific stocks were mostly up during the early trades as China pledged further economic support. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index gained 0.51% while China’s Shanghai Composite was up 0.49%.

Chinese stocks traded in the U.S. also rose to their highest level since early April 2022, after China’s State Council pledged at its latest meeting to stabilize employment.

Japan’s Nikkei 225 gained 0.62% with industrial production increasing 0.3% month-on-month and retail sales rising 0.9% year-on-year in March 2022. The S&P/ASX 200 rose 0.92%, as Australia released retail sales figures earlier in the day.


Gold futures gained 0.56% to $1,878.10 after hitting their lowest price in two months.  Gold has been holding very well above $1,900 but falls under pressure from the expectations of the U.S. Federal Reserve to raise interest rates by 50 basis points in the following week.

According to the World Gold Council, Global demand for gold surged in the first quarter of 2022 to the highest in over three years, driven by investors worried about the war in Ukraine and inflationary pressures.

Similarly, silver inched down 0.1% and platinum eased 0.4% to $914.17, while palladium jumped 1.2%.

Crude Oil

Oil prices rose for the second day in a row on Wednesday after data showed weekly consumption of fuels in the United States offset builds in crude.

A soaring dollar capped the market’s gains. China’s grappling with new coronavirus cases also clouded the economic outlook for the world’s biggest importer of crude oil. Brent crude settled up 0.3%, at $105.32 a barrel.

Meanwhile, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) settled up 0.3% at $102.02 per barrel and WTI rose 3.2% on Tuesday, after a 2% slide in the previous session took the U.S. crude benchmark to a two-week low of $95.28.


Online Trading App

Online App Score
Customer Service