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The most active client
Placed 1001 trades, including 589 profitable ones and 412 that resulted in a loss. All trades involved EUR/USD pair.
Maximum deposit growth
In one trading week on a single account was $18 510,07.
The most profitable trade of the week
Resulted in a profit of $6308,82. The trade was opened on the 11th of August at 8:26 PM and closed on the15th of August at 8 AM.
The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders last week:
- S&P 500 — a futures mini contract for S&P 500 stock index. The size of the mini contract for S&P 500 index is calculated by multiplying the index quotation by $50. The mini contract's quotations are specified in the index points. One tick equals 0.25 index points and costs $12.50. S&P 500 index is a stock index which includes selected 500 public companies with the largest market capitalization.
- @CAD — a futures contract for the Canadian dollar to the US dollar rate. The quotations are opposite of Forex quotations. The contract size is 100 000 CAD, minimum price fluctuation is 0.0001 per 1 CAD or $10 per contract. Initial margin for an opening of one contract is $700.
- HEATING OIL — Heating oil futures. The contract size is 42 000 gallons (1 imperial gallon is roughly 4.55 liters). The quotation is in US dollars and cents per gallon. Minimum price fluctuation: $0,0001 per gallon.
- #AEROFLOT — the largest airline in Russia and one of the world's oldest airlines. It was founded in 1923 and at the time was fully state-owned. After the Soviet Union was dissolved, the company became semi-privatized, with 51% of the shares still owned by the government. As of 2015 Aeroflot's revenue is 366 307 billion RUB.
- #GE (General Electric) is an American multi-industry corporation, a manufacturer of many types of equipment, including locomotives, power plants, gas turbines, aircraft engines, medical equipment, etc. As of 2016 market capitalization of General Electric is $288 billion.
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