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Holiday Trading Hours- July 2015
Please be informed that due to US Holiday (Saturday, 4th July, 2015. Independence Day), market operation hours will be as follow:
Market will close on Friday 3rd July (Observed) 2015, at 17.00 hrs (GMT) and will resume on Sunday 5th July 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 1.1083 1.1083 1.1085 0.0030 1.1121 1.1032 21:26:53
GBP/USD 1.5607 1.5607 1.5609 -0.0008 1.5640 1.5565 21:26:53
USD/JPY 123.07 123.07 123.09 -0.11 123.72 122.96 21:26:52
USD/CHF 0.9434 0.9434 0.9439 -0.0043 0.9504 0.9419 21:26:51
AUD/USD 0.7631 0.7631 0.7634 -0.0017 0.7657 0.7585 21:26:53
EUR/JPY 136.40 136.40 136.50 0.26 137.02 136.02 21:26:51
GBP/JPY 192.09 192.09 192.12 -0.24 192.94 191.82 21:26:44
USD/CAD 1.2542 1.2541 1.2544 -0.0047 1.2633 1.2534 21:26:53
GBP/NZD 2.3212 2.3212 2.3226 0.0030 2.3411 2.2956 21:26:53
EUR/NZD 1.6483 1.6483 1.6496 0.0069 1.6629 1.6311 21:26:53
XAU 1,166.30 1,166.30 1,166.80 -2.10 1,169.73 1,157.20 21:15:06
XAG 15.68 15.68 15.74 0.11 15.80 15.48 21:15:08
DJ 17,641 17,640 17,650 -30 17,737 17,593 21:15:08
SP 2,069.00 2,068.25 2,069.00 -2.00 2,079.00 2,062.25 21:25:39
ND 4,427.75 4,426.25 4,430.00 5.75 4,441.50 4,408.25 21:25:39
CRUDE 56.50 56.47 56.52 -0.46 57.95 56.50 21:15:08
GAS 2.833 2.830 2.839 0.050 2.885 2.795 21:21:18
Mid-Day Report: Dollar Mildly Lower after NFP - 20:53 2015/07/02
Dollar is mildly lower in early US session after a slightly disappointing non-farm payroll report. NFP showed 223k growth in June comparing to expectation of 225k. However, prior month's figure was revised lower from 280k to 254k. Unemployment rate dropped to seven year low of 5.3%. But that was due
Daily Report: Dollar Firm as Focus Turns from Greece to NFP - 11:24 2015/07/02
Dollar is firm in Asian session as markets' focus turns temporarily away from Greece to job data from US. Non-farm payroll is expected to show 225k growth in June while unemployment rate is expected to drop to 5.4%. Average hourly earnings are expected to rise 0.2% mom. Leading data for
Mid-Day Report: Stocks Rebound as Greece Made Concession, Dollar Firm on ADP Job - 21:16 2015/07/01
Stocks markets stage a strong rebound today on news that Greece made concessions in the negotiation with the international creditors. At the time of writing, DAX and CAC are both trading up more than 2.4% and FTSE is up 1.4%. US futures also point to sharply higher open. It's reported
Daily Report: Euro Mixed on Greece, Yen Firm after Positive Tankan - 12:29 2015/07/01
Euro remains mixed as markets are closely watching the development in Greece. IMF spokesman Gerry Rice confirmed that Greece missed the EUR 1.5b payment after the deadline and that's the largest missed payment in the fund's history. And, Greece would now only receive further funding from IMF after the arrears
Mid-Day Report: Greece to Miss IMF Repayment, Markets Steady - 20:48 2015/06/30
Markets are relatively much steady today awaiting further news from Greece regarding the bailout referendum on July 5. Euro is mildly softer against other major currencies but is staying well above Monday's low. European stays in tight right, fluctuating between gains and losses. Meanwhile, US futures point to a strong
Daily Report: Asian Markets Recovered, Euro Rebounded after Greece Rout - 12:44 2015/06/30
Asian markets recover mildly after the global rout yesterday. Nikkei managed to sty above 20000 handle and is up 0.4% at the time of writing, trading around 20200. Overnight, S&P 500 suffered the worst one day drop this year and lost -43.85 pts, or -2.08% to close at 2057.64. DJIA
Mid-Day Report: Global Stocks Tumbled on Greece, Euro Pared Losses - 22:50 2015/06/29
Global stocks market tumble sharply on news that Greece is going to hold a referendum on bailout terms with the international creditors. US markets open generally low with DJIA losing more than -120 pts in initial trading. Major European indices are also generally lower with DAX losing -1.8%, CAC losing
Daily Report: Euro Broadly Lower as Greek Crisis Intensifies - 10:19 2015/06/29
Euro opened the week sharply lower, together with stock markets as Greek crisis intensified. Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras called for a referendum on July 5 over the weekend to decide whether to accept the bailout package by the international creditors. That was followed by news that ECB froze the
Weekly Review and Outlook: Greece Drama to Continue as Tsipras Called for Referendum - 23:50 2015/06/27
Euro ended last week broadly lower, together with Swiss Franc, on endless Greek debt negotiations. The drama stepped up to another level as Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Saturday to hold a referendum on whether to accept the demands of the international creditors. The date for the vote
US Session: Orders and Options Watch - 22:15 2015/06/26
EUR: The single currency continued to meet resistance at indicated level of 1.1220 and offers are still noted at 1.1220, 1.1235-45 and 1.1280, more sell orders are reported at 1.1300 and 1.1330, selling interest is tipped at 1.1350 and 1.1365. On the downside, some bids are seen at 1.1150-55 and