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Futures Handel ist AMP in USA
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Meines Wissens ist AMP Global für den CFD Handel
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es gibt bei AMP ein Kontotyp in USA und AMP Global ist glaub ich ein Kontotyp mit Sitz in UK. Welches ist da besser (bei Einlagensicherheit....)
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bei AMP kannst doch mit kleiner Summe traden
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na, AMP ist doch ok
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habe ich eines bei AMP
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asia's stock markets slipped on Wednesday as reality bit on hopes for a soft economic landing in the United States, curbing investors' enthusiasm about China's major shift in its tough zero-COVID policy. Warnings from big U.S. banks about a likely recession next year pushed the S&P 500 lower for a fourth straight session on Tuesday and the brakes have come on a rally that has lasted almost two months. Oil also fell sharply and, with Brent futures at $79.50 a barrel, is back where it began the year. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.2% and Japan's Nikkei fell 0.7%. "Some of the optimism that had driven the rally is being put to the test," said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy at Australia's AMP (OTC:AMLTF). "We might be transitioning from a situation of worrying about inflation and interest rates, to one where the negatives become weakening growth and falling profits." S&P 500 futures were flat by mid-afternoon in Asia, while European futures rose 0.1%. China's national health authority said on Wednesday that asymptomatic COVID-19 cases and those with mild symptoms can self-treat while in quarantine at home. While some of the changes announced echoed similar easing moves made by other countries many months ago, the announcement was the strongest sign so far that China is preparing its people to live with the disease after nearly three years of crippling restrictions that have battered the economy. Market reaction, however, was muted as the focus shifts to how well China can execute its policy shift, especially if new COVID cases surge over winter. Analysts say the path to fully reopening the economy will be long and bumpy, and not without risk. The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.6%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 1% and the yuan was broadly steady, giving up early gains. "The reality on the ground is still one of continued pressure, even as the outlook is improving somewhat," said Mitul Kotecha, head of emerging markets' strategy at TD Securities in Singapore. Adding to the darkening demand outlook globally, China earlier in the day reported grim trade data for November, with both imports and exports suffering their biggest monthly falls since 2020 - auguring badly for recovery prospects. India on Wednesday was the latest central bank to start slowing the pace of rate increases, with a hike of its key lending rate by 35 basis points to 6.25%, smaller than the three 50 bp hikes it delivered previously. Canada is the next cab off the rank with a rates decision expected at 1500 GMT. SLOWDOWN In the United States, big banks are bracing for a worsening economy next year as inflation and rate rises threaten consumer demand, with top executives at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS), J.P. Morgan and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) all sounding downbeat in remarks on Tuesday. "Economic growth is slowing," said Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. "When I talk to our clients, they sound extremely cautious." The growth fears rallied longer-dated bonds and helped the safe-haven U.S. dollar to pause its recent retreat. The yield on benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries fell 8.6 basis points to 3.513% overnight and was last at 3.5460%. That is more than 80 bps below the two-year yield as investors reckon on high rates hurting growth. Oil prices have also been sliding with declining demand expectations and now sit more than 40% below a high of nearly $140 a barrel made shortly after Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. In foreign exchange markets, the dollar was seeking to steady after excitement about a slowdown in U.S. rate hikes recently knocked it from the year's highs. It was firm at 137.28 yen in Asia on Wednesday and traded at $1.0467 per euro. The Australian dollar was broadly steady at $0.6680 despite Australian third-quarter growth coming in a bit below forecasts. The Canadian dollar hovered at 1.3644 per dollar ahead of an expected rate hike from the Bank of Canada later on Wednesday. The U.S. dollar index sat at 105.5. Spot gold was steady at $1,773 an ounce and bitcoin, at $17,000, was going nowhere with cryptocurrency sentiment fragile as the fallout from the collapse of FTX ripples through the sector.
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Ninjatrader, IB, AMP
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IB geht und AMP geht, andere weiss ich nicht konkret
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also bei amp wissen die von nix 🤷🏼♂️ > @Michel said: @AndreasBurkhardt: Ich bin mir dazu gar nicht so sicher ob Ausländische Broker (mit Sitz nicht in D) davon nicht betroffen sind. "mit Sitz in Deutschland" wird Kleinanleger gemeint. I think any broker who wants to serve german traders should comply to the new rules (per 1.1.2023). Only two exceptions: 1. the broker offers negative balance protection 2. in case of hedging. I am not a specialist so I might be wrong.
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müsste meines Wissens nach 100$ sein plus den Feed > @tommscher said: Moin, weiß jemand was TT bei/über AMP monatlich kostet ?
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steht glaub auf der Homepage von AMP
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Moin, weiß jemand was TT bei/über AMP monatlich kostet ?
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ja darauf freue mich sehr. habe schon gesehen. kann es nicht abwarten. ab dem 1.1.23 gehts los. VERSPROCHEN!!! ich denke amp oder ironbeam werden sie als Broker akzeptieren. habe mir die Formulare bereits angesehen
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Das ist spannend: Ein MP für den Metatrader, von AMP Futures vorgestellt (ja vor 5 Jahren) Schon mal jemdand damit gearbeitet? Ich trade Futures auf CFD bei ActivTrades, die sind alle ab 0,01 Lot im MT5 handelbar, da sich das MP ja nicht auf das Volumen sondern auf Zeit bezieht sollte das doch fundktionieren oder? Für 124,00 EUR im MQL 5 Store zu kaufen...
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ich habe mit Whs begonnen. als Broker ist whs , in Sachen Kommission viel teurer als zb amp oder mein Liebling ironbeam.
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Und Du bekommst MC für umsonst, wenn Du z.B. ein Konto bei AMP aufmachst. Hast dort dazu keinen Mindestumsatz usw. Und ist ein zuverlässlicher Broker mit extrem niedrigen Margins
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ja ist in ordnung aber was ist an amp original kontoauszügen trick?
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this is what i called an amp shot , when the daily signals , the other is when the 4H signals , thats a strong shot , the weekly alone is a good shot
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By Stella Qiu SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares rose on Friday, buoyed by a pullback in the dollar and hopes for stimulus from Beijing, while markets digested hawkish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve chief and the European Central Bank on the rate hike path ahead. Cautious optimism is set to continue in European markets, with the regionwide Euro Stoxx 50 futures last up 0.3%, German DAX futures rising 0.2% and FTSE futures FFIc1 0.4% higher. Wall Street's main indexes posted modest gains after heavy selling earlier in the week. S&P 500 futures rose 0.5% and Nasdaq futures were up 0.7%, in a sign of improved risk appetite as markets stabilised. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said on Thursday the bank is "strongly committed" to controlling inflation but hopes it can do this without the "very high social costs" involved in past inflation fights. "There is still a lot of tightening to come, but I guess the Fed is getting closer to the top, so we will probably see some easing in the pace of hikes, if not in this month's meeting, maybe in the subsequent meetings," said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP (OTC:AMLTF) Capital. "Markets are sort of in this in-between zone where interest rates are going up but economic conditions are still OK. That could change if we slide into a recession and then share markets would have another meltdown." U.S. rate futures have priced in an 84% chance the Fed will hike by another 75 basis points at this month's meeting, which would increase the Fed funds rate to a 3.0%-3.25% range. That it up from a 77% probability a day earlier. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1.4% on Friday, driven by a 2.5% jump in Hong Kong's Hang Seng index and a 1.2% advance in China's bluechips. The Asian index was headed for a small dip of 0.2% for the week. China's consumer and producer prices rose less than expected in August, data showed on Friday, fanning hopes for more stimulus from Beijing as the economy wobbles. Japan's Nikkei gained 0.6%. The ECB raised rates by a record 75 basis points and signalled further hikes to fight inflation, even as the bloc's economy is heading for a likely winter recession. That sent euro zone government bond yields soaring and supported the euro. Germany's two-year bond yield climbed to its highest since 2011. The euro gained 0.7% to $1.0069, remaining above parity with the U.S. currency. The dollar stumbled 0.6% against a basket of major currencies. [FRX/] For the week, though, it has surged 2% against the rate-sensitive yen. The Japanese currency has been a victim of the dovish monetary stance from the Bank of Japan, in contrast with rate hikes elsewhere. U.S. Treasury yields were largely steady after climbing in the previous session. The yield on benchmark 10-year notes stood at 3.2982%, compared with the previous close of 3.2920%. Oil prices gained, with U.S. crude advancing 0.6% to $84.11 a barrel while Brent crude surged 0.9% to $89.95 per barrel. Britain's new leader, Liz Truss, on Thursday announced a cap on soaring consumer energy bills for two years to cushion the economic shock of the war in Ukraine. Gold was slightly higher. Spot gold was traded at $1721.35 per ounce. [GOL/]
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By Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares were pinned at two-year lows on Thursday after white-hot U.S. inflation data drove fears the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates even more aggressively, which boosted the safe haven dollar. Underscoring how inflation pressures are also hitting Asia, both the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas surprised markets by tightening monetary policy on Thursday in off cycle moves. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was flat by early afternoon. EUROSTOXX 50 futures gained 0.4% and S&P 500 futures reversed early losses to trade 0.1% lower. Chinese blue chips rose 0.5% a day after data showed China's June exports rose at the fastest pace in five months as factories revved up after the lifting of COVID lockdowns. China will release June activity data on Friday along with second quarter GDP. "With the prospect of the Chinese economy exiting its darkest period in Q2 into a more stable second half, and with the prospect of monetary support versus tightening in the rest of the world, Chinese stocks seem attractive in relative terms compared to other asset classes and global equities," said Carlos Casanova, senior economist for Asia at UBP. Nonetheless, in a sign China is not yet out of the woods, reports that a growing number of homebuyers are threatening to stop making mortgage payments caused Chinese banking and property names to fall. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.7%, as the yen's weakness against the dollar boosted exporters, and good jobs figures helped Australian stocks to gain 0.43%. INFLATION FEARS Everything in Asia, however, was taking place in the shadow of U.S. data overnight showing rising costs of fuel, food and rent drove the consumer price index (CPI) up 9.1% last month. This sparked worries that the Fed could raise rates by an enormous 100 basis points (bps) at its meeting this month rather than the 75 bps that had been expected, adding to investors' fears of a possible recession. "The concerning aspect in the CPI numbers was the breadth of increases," said Shane Oliver, chief economist and chief investment strategist at AMP (OTC:AMLTF), who said nearly 90% of the U.S. CPI components saw increases of more than 3%. Market pricing on the CME's Fedwatch tool currently indicates a 78% chance of a 100 bps increase, though Oliver said this could be a knee-jerk reaction to the high CPI reading. "I personally think the Fed will stick to 75 - which is still a high number - if they go to 100 it will look like they are panicking. "Only time will tell, though. The Fed does have an unconditional commitment to get inflation back down." U.S. two-year yields, which reflect interest rate expectations, were last at 3.2027%, just off an overnight four-week high, increasing their lead on U.S. benchmark 10 year yields which were at 2.9558%. So-called yield curve inversion, when short-dated interest rates are higher than longer ones, is commonly seen as an indicator of a recession, and the gap between the two touched 25 basis points in Asia trade. In currency markets, the euro was hovering back just above parity with the dollar at $1.00155. It briefly dipped to $0.9998 overnight, breaking below $1 for the first time since December 2002. The European Central Bank must decide whether to let the currency fall further, pushing up already record high inflation, or fight back with more rapid interest rate hikes and so increase the damage to an economy already hit hard by high energy costs. The dollar was also firm against other majors, rising over 138 yen for the first time since September 1998.. The dollar index, which tracks the currency against six majors, was holding firm at 108.45. Oil prices rose, with Brent breaking above $100 a barrel as worries about tight supplies outweighed the prospect of a slower economy. Brent crude futures rose 0.7%, to $100.27 a barrel, and U.S. crude rose 0.57% to $96.81. Gold faced heavy selling pressure as higher rates hurt the non-interest-bearing asset. The spot price was down 0.4% at $1,728 an ounce.
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gumo. weiß jemand was man für TT über amp zahlt?
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