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    Grand Capital weekly recap (January 22nd–26th)

    Read our traditional weekly recap and follow the best traders at Grand Capital.

    The most active client

    Placed 751 trades, including 500 profitable ones and 251 that resulted in a loss. The majority of trades involved EUR/USD, USD/CHF, USD/CAD and GBP/USD.

    Maximum deposit growth

    In one trading week on a single account was $46 519,92.

    The most profitable trade of the week

    Resulted in a profit of $17 791,87. The trade was opened on the 8th of December at 3:42 PM and closed on 26th of January at 7:56 AM.

    The most interesting trading instruments chosen by traders:

    • FSTX — DJ STOXX 50 index futures. The size of the contract is calculated by multiplying €10 by the current index quote. One tick is €10.00. Dow Jones STOXX 50 index is a stock index that represents 50 largest companies in Europe. The shares included in this index are chosen from 18 Dow Jones STOXX 600 Supersector indices that encompass about 95% of the major stock exchanges capitalization in 18 European countries;

    • RY — Euro/Japanese yen cross-currency futures. The trading volume is several thousand contracts a day, the contract size is 125 000 euro. Minimum price fluctuation is 0.01 yen for 1 euro or 1 250 yen per 1 contract. Initial margin is 324 000 yen;

    • #LEAN HOG — a deliverable contract for 40 000 pounds of hogs. The price is cents per pound. Minimum tick is $10.50. The leading manufacturer by a large margin is Iowa. Other big producers include Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin;

    • #VZ (Verizon Communications) — an American telecommunications company. In 2016 it was the largest telecom company in the US by market capitalization and the second largest in the world (after China Mobile). Market capitalization (2017): $214.920 billion;

    • #JPM (JPMorgan Chase) — an American financial services holding company. Historically it’s a financial conglomerate, the result of the combination of several large US banking companies. Capitalization: $322 billion (2017).

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