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    Empire Global FX ECN Broker: Trading research & Money Management Center
    Empire Global FX ECN broker grants you access to deep liquidity pools with MT4 and MAM platform and over 200 CFD'S for unlimited trading, including currencies, commodities, metals, indices, shares and etf's.

    Among the various advantages you will find in our broker you can count:

    - Pure ECN environment, with a broker that stands by your side.
    - Money Management Center.
    - Over 200 instruments for trading.
    - Unlimited trading, no restrictions.
    - Ea's allowed.
    - FREE EA! Through partnership with Danish developers Straticator.
    - Lightning execution, ideal for agressive scalpers.
    - Slippage control.
    - Pre-paid card for withdrawals.
    - Tight, variable spreads.
    - Very deep liquidity, from 10 liquidity pools.
    - Day trading managed accounts with full liquidity.
    - MAM module for money managers.


    Find below more information about our TRADING RESEARCH & MONEY MANAGEMENT CENTER, our INTRODUCING OFFICES and our FREE EA and EA BUILDER SERVICE.

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    Empire Global FX on the cutting edge with Trading Research and Money Management Centre.

    Our brokerage features its very own Trading Research Centre in Varna, Bulgaria. The Centre works with our Money Management Department to develop and apply new trading strategies under real market conditions.

    What the Centre does.
    The Research Centre is divided into two different departments. One department aims to develop and improve trading strategies, while the second works on how best to apply the new trading techniques.

    Our research is applied exclusively by our Money Managers. This means that as our client, you benefit from the latest trading systems with the best possible results for your account, including:



    Risk mitigation at almost insignificant levels


    Day- trading systems, with daily results for you


    Constant improvement of market conditions, resulting in even better results in Money Management



    Improvement of our ECN environment to get better liquidity and prices daily.
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    Money Management.

    Apply for our Money Management Service and start benefiting from a professional trading service. The latest research, the best ECN connection and our professional Money Managers will work for you so you profit from the markets.



    Why choose a Money Management Service?

    It is often the case that people new to market trading trade blindly or irrationally. Our professionals can help you grow your investment while you learn the latest trading techniques. If you do not have the time to trade the markets, we can assist you. Our service has real-time monitoring and full liquidity so you can withdraw funds or profits at any time. For your security, funds are fully audited on every deposit or withdrawal.
    If you want to diversify your investments, we are here to help you. You can benefit from potentially large earnings in the market while reducing risk and increasing the possibility of profit.

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    Lightbulb Become our business associate broker in your very own representative office.

    Grow your expertise in the financial industry with us. Empire Global FX offers a unique opportunity to join our growing our team of professionals while you run your own representative office.

    What do I need to run a representative office of Empire Global FX?


    In order to set up an associate office, you require:



    To have a business profile and knowledge of financial services


    To be at least bilingual (to speak English and you local language if applicable)


    To be a team player, reliable in your duties and to have leadership skills


    To have the ability to form and run customer portfolios


    To have the ability to reach the goals set by the brokerage


    To be a neat professional, and to apply all the rules and procedures set by the brokerage




    The benefits of starting an associate office include:





    Running a your own professional ECN brokerage office


    Offering a top service to customers, including global market access and the latest technology in pure a ECN environment


    Exclusive payment services and solutions for traders


    A unique Money Management service provided by our Trading Research Team


    Generating significant revenue by running customer portfolios, while customers benefit from the best market conditions and Money Management available


    The possibility of renewing your partnership upon accomplished goals




    We are currently looking to establishing representative offices in locations in Europe and Asia.

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    Thumbs up Empire Global FX: now you can deposit in JPY, HKD, AUD, NZD, SEK and THB.

    Empire Global FX ECN now allows you to make deposit in 6 new different currencies.

    Apart from facilities to deposit locally all over Europe in EUR; GBP, USD (england), and CHF (switzerland), our Broker now allows deposits in Japanese Yen, Hong Kong Dollar, Australian Dollar (with local deposit), New Zealand Dollar, Swiss Krone (with local deposit) and Thai Baht.


    Credit card deposits will be available soon, with more currencies and local deposit facilities!

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    Thumbs up Empire Global FX : now accepting local deposits in Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria,Malaysia

    Great news for our friends and customers from Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and Malaysia! Apart from the new correspondent banks in different countries and new currencies ( EUR; GBP, USD (england), and CHF (switzerland), Japanese Yen, Hong Kong Dollar, Australian Dollar (with local deposit), New Zealand Dollar, Swiss Krone (with local deposit) and Thai Baht). , our Broker is now working with local Banks in these 4 new countries!

    This means that if living in any of these 4 locations, you can now invest in the world markets through local deposits with our new correspondent banks.

    We expect to have our corporate website translated soon into your local languages for your comfort and convenience.

    Good trades!!!

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    (Reuters) - Even after a rare four-day rally in world stocks, investors are unlikely to let their guard down in a week filled with heavy U.S. and euro zone policy risks that could potentially disappoint again and trigger a sell-off.

    There is no doubt gloom is widespread. However, investors are also beginning to realize that betting too strongly on a collapse of financial markets with policymakers poised for action to combat global crisis may be unwise.

    Thursday's coordinated action by five major central banks to add liquidity to a European banking system struggling with its dollar funding needs has lifted world stocks, measured by MSCI .MIWD00000PUS, from a one-year low.

    Focus in the coming week will be on a policy meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve. The Fed is posed to increase downward pressure on long-term interest rates to spur the recovery, reviving "Operation Twist," first undertaken in the 1960s.

    Despite the rally in the past week, the MSCI index is still down more than 9 percent since January and the third quarter performance looks set to be the worst since the June-September period in 2010.

    Furthermore, against conventional wisdom, total returns on a 10-year rolling basis on government bonds are higher than on equities. This is providing much food for thought for long-term investors.

    "In a very short term, positive news may come out and policymakers will announce something. Economic data is not as bad as falls in the market would've suggested. So over the next 4-6 weeks we could get slightly higher," said Jeremy Beckwith, chief investment officer at wealth manager Kleinwort Benson.

    "Everyone is hoping policymakers are coming up with good ideas, although it's hard to see what good ideas are... The euro zone is such a huge issue and one day you could wake up and find out Greece has defaulted and get caught out. So our position is to underweight risk."

    The euro rose more than 1 percent against the dollar last week, its biggest weekly gain since July. But analysts expect the single currency to come under pressure again in the coming week as EU finance ministers again failed to eliminate fears of Greek sovereign default at their weekend meeting.

    EU finance ministers broke no new ground in dealing with the euro zone debt crisis and made no decision on whether to give more firepower to the 440-billion euro bailout fund, suggested by U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

    "The euro zone's medium term structural issues of excessive sovereign debt and banks' exposure remains unresolved," UBS said in a note to clients.

    "Thus investors will continue to worry about the risk of Greece defaulting on its bonds over the next couple of quarters as well as the efforts of Spain, Portugal and Italy to tackle their own public finances. This will also keep investors fearful over the solvency - not just liquidity - of euro zone banks."

    The coming week promises a heavy dose of policy actions.

    Finance ministers of the BRIC emerging countries -- Brazil, Russia, India and China -- meet in Washington on Thursday, on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund meeting, to discuss steps to offer support to the euro area.

    If they buy euro-denominated bonds -- as suggested in preliminary talks -- this may help turn around sentiment, after the European Central Bank's 70 billion euro operation failed to stop the crisis from spreading to Spain and Italy.

    Investors will also keep a close eye on U.S. President Barack Obama who is presenting a deficit-reduction plan on Monday that will cover the cost of his recent jobs bill.

    POLICY EASING

    There are signs monetary policy is shifting from withdrawing stimulus toward further easing at a global level -- which would also be supportive for asset markets in the long term.

    The Fed has already pledged to keep its policy rate at record lows until at least mid-2013 and, in Operation Twist, may introduce a program involving buying long-dated Treasuries to lower mortgage rates and other long-term borrowing costs.

    The Bank of Japan eased policy in August by boosting asset purchases and the ECB has signaled that it had halted a cycle of interest rate rises begun just five months ago.

    Even in emerging markets, the tightening cycle seems to be nearly over. Brazil and Turkey have cut interest rates, Mexico and Chile's central banks have left the door open for easing, Israel and South Africa are expected to cut rates.

    "Risk markets will rebound when everyone is short risk, the worst is priced in, data stop surprising on the downside and policymakers take decisive counter action," JPMorgan said in a note to clients.

    "Our perception is that most investors are sitting on the fence and that there is no surplus of risk underweight positions... Policymakers across the world will likely try their best to prevent another contraction, and it is here that upside surprises could come from."

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    Post Empire Global FX: Greek cabinet meets to decide more austerity steps


    (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou chairs a cabinet meeting on Sunday to decide on more austerity measures to secure continued funding under an international bailout.


    EU and IMF inspectors are holding a conference call with Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos on Monday to hear what measures Greece will take to plug this year's shortfall in the budget before they release an 8 billion euro ($11 billion) loan tranche it needs by October before it runs out of money.

    Papandreou canceled a planned visit to the United States on Saturday to deal with the deepening crisis at home as euro zone partners made clear further funding for the debt-ridden country would hinge on adhering to agreed fiscal targets.

    "The meeting is set to examine measures from public sector layoffs to more pension cuts," said a government official on condition of anonymity.

    Last week, the government blamed the shortfall on a deeper-than-expected recession and decided to put a new tax on real estate in the hope of collecting about 2 billion euros annually.

    But international inspectors, known as the troika, expressed doubts this one-off tax measure would work and demanded more details on how the government hoped to catch up this year and the next.

    "The troika thinks the recently announced property levy will not suffice to plug the budget hole and is pressing for measures on the spending side -- cuts in public sector wages and employment," said a second government official who asked not to be named.

    The conservative New Democracy opposition has criticized the government for overtaxing the economy and driving it into a tail spin.

    Its leader, Antonis Samaras, called for snap elections on Saturday saying the policy mix was wrong and was not yielding any results despite peoples' sacrifices.

    "A renegotiation with our lenders to restart the economy is a condition to get out of this crisis," Samaras told a news conference on Sunday.

    International lenders are also concerned with the lack of political consensus in Greece on the measures needed to emerge from the crisis.

    The conservatives have been buoyed by growing public discontent after two years of austerity measures and are proposing tax cuts and growth boosting measures instead.

    Papandreou's socialists have a majority in parliament but political analysts say internal dissent and public unrest, such as strikes and violent protests, may force snap elections.

    Lenders have long warned against one-off measures and more taxes as a way out of the crisis shaking the euro.

    They have asked for urgent reforms and privatizations to make the economy more competitive and a reduction in the bloated public sector.

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    Post Empire Global FX: Obama urges higher taxes to curb deficit by $3 trillion


    (Reuters) - President Barack Obama, in a rallying call to his Democratic base, will vow on Monday to veto any cuts in Medicare if Congress fails to raise taxes on corporations and wealthy Americans to curb the deficit.

    Obama's recommendations to a congressional "super committee" would deliver deficit savings of more than $3 trillion over the next decade, his aides said, with roughly half of those savings coming from higher tax revenues.

    Under fire from Democrats to defend Medicare and Medicaid healthcare programs as he seeks to galvanize supporters ahead of the election next year, Obama will demand that all Americans share the burden of controlling the budget.

    "He will veto any bill that takes one dime from the Medicare benefits seniors rely on without asking the wealthiest Americans and biggest corporations to pay their fair share," a senior administration official told reporters.

    Medicare, for elderly and disabled Americans, and Medicaid for the poor, are viewed by analysts as the biggest contributors to the long-term deficit.

    The so-called super committee of six Democrat and six Republican lawmakers is seeking at least $1.2 trillion in new budget savings by November 23. That is on top of $917 billion in 10-year savings agreed in an August deal to raise the debt limit.

    Obama will lay out his recommendations in the White House Rose Garden at 10.30 a.m. EDT on Monday.

    "In his remarks tomorrow, the president will make clear he is not going to support any plan that asks everything of some Americans, nothing of others," the official said.

    The plan will include a "Buffett Rule," named after billionaire investor Warren Buffett, that would set a minimum tax rate for anyone making more than $1 million a year.

    A clearly populist step, the tax would only apply to a tiny minority of the millions of Americans who file tax returns every year. But White House aides said it would set a standard of fairness that would yield more revenue if it became law.

    Congress can ignore his suggestions. With the House of Representatives controlled by Republicans who oppose any tax hikes, they are likely to be declared dead on arrival.

    Obama's opening bid to find deficit savings by December 23 to head off painful automatic cuts will be under close scrutiny.

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    Post Empire Global FX: S&P cuts Italy ratings one notch, outlook negative

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    (Reuters) - Standard and Poor's cut its unsolicited ratings on Italy by one notch on Monday, warning of a deteriorating growth outlook and damaging political uncertainty, in a move that took markets by surprise and added to pressure on the debt-stressed euro zone.

    S&P's downgraded its unsolicited ratings on Italy to A/A-1 from A+/A-1+ and kept its outlook on negative, sending the euro more than half a cent lower against the dollar.

    The agency, which put Italy on review for downgrade in May, said that the outlook for growth was worsening and there was little sign that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's fractious center-right government could respond effectively.

    Under mounting pressure to cut its 1.9 trillion euro debt pile, the government pushed a 59.8 billion euro austerity plan through parliament last week, pledging to balance the budget by 2013.

    But there has been little confidence that the much-revised package of tax hikes and spending cuts, agreed only after repeated chopping and changing, will do anything to address Italy's underlying problem of persistent stagnant growth.

    "We believe the reduced pace of Italy's economic activity to date will make the government's revised fiscal targets difficult to achieve," S&P's said in a statement.

    "Furthermore, what we view as the Italian government's tentative policy response to recent market pressures suggests continuing future political uncertainty about the means of addressing Italy's economic challenges," it said.

    Berlusconi's coalition has been plagued by infighting and policy disagreements and the prime minister himself has been battling a widening prostitution scandal which has distracted the government and badly damaged his personal credibility.

    On Monday, Italian sources said the government was preparing to cut its growth forecast to 0.7 percent in 2011 from a previous forecast of 1.1 percent and cut the 2012 forecast to "1 percent or below."

    SURPRISE MOVE

    Italy, the euro zone's third largest economy, has been dragged to the center of the debt crisis over the past three months as concern has grown over a debt burden equal to some 120 percent of gross domestic product.

    But the move from S&P came as a surprise as the market had thought Moody's was more likely to downgrade Italy first. Moody's last week said it would take another month to decide on its action.

    "Was it anticipated tonight? No. But again is it really shocking given what yields have done?" said James Paulsen, Chief Investment Strategist, Wells Capital Management.

    Only the European Central Bank, which has been buying Italian bonds to prop up the market, has kept Rome's borrowing costs from spiraling out of control, but yields have crept back up steadily since the ECB stepped into the market in August.

    On Monday, yields on Italian 10 year bonds stood at 5.59 percent, within sight of the levels above 6 percent they reached just before the ECB intervention.

    The intervention has caused growing strain within the central bank, causing Chief Economist Juergen Stark to announce his resignation and prompting open opposition from the Bundesbank.

    The S&P downgrade, which came as Greece struggles to meet demands from lenders for yet more austerity measures, underlined the mounting seriousness of the euro zone crisis, which has seen global markets hammered.

    "It's just more of the same negative news," said Stephen Roberts, a senior economist at Nomura in Sydney.

    "It only adds to the contagion risk over Greece and has encouraged the flight to safety in markets here," he added, pointing to a sharp fall in the Australian dollar on the news. The Aussie dollar is influenced by expectations for commodity prices and so sensitive to the outlook for global demand.

    S&P 500 futures also dropped 0.7 percent and early hopes for a bounce in Asian shares on Tuesday looked to be still-born now.

    European stocks had already slid on Monday, while yields on Italian and Spanish bonds rose sharply on fears of a Greek default, compounded by the failure of EU finance ministers to agree new steps to resolve Europe's debt crisis at weekend talks.

    International lenders told Greece on Monday it must shrink its public sector and improve tax collection to avoid running out of money within weeks as investors spooked by political setbacks in Europe dumped risky euro zone assets.

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