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BDSwiss Head of Research Marshall Gittler Hosts Exclusive Session During TradeON Summit 2020

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Following its commitment to offer world-leading research and analysis to all traders, BDSwiss is pleased to announce that Head of BDSwiss Research and renowned fundamentalist Marshall Gittler participated in this year’s TradeON summit with an exclusive virtual session entitled “Extraordinary Monetary Operations and Their Effect On Currencies”. 

Mr Gittler’s session explored the unprecedented monetary policies and stimulus packages which came in response to the COVID-19 lockdowns and their effect on the forex markets: 

“As interest rates around the world hit zero — the effective “lower bound” of rates — central banks are trying out new extraordinary measures to support their economies during this extraordinary time. This presentation reviews the various extraordinary measures as pioneered by the Bank of Japan, the first one to implement them, and how they affected the yen. The conclusion is that employed by one central bank, they can have a powerful effect on the exchange rate — but no one knows what will happen as many central banks employ them simultaneously as it’s never happened before.” – Marshall Gittler

The “Extraordinary Monetary Operations and Their Effect On Currencies” session was free to attend virtually at 17:45 – 18:15 GMT +3 (EEST) on July 28th for anyone registered to participate in the TradeON Summit

Dubbed as the biggest online trading conference of 2020, the TradeON Summit brought together thousands of retail traders, analysts and brokers from around the world to discuss the latest market trends and trading opportunities. Attendees were able to access to a full slate of free webinars, analysis sessions, live workshops and a comprehensive virtual platform during the 18-hour virtual event which covered all key market verticals.

 

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