FX.co ★ Forex Humor. A look at the Forex market with Humor

Inevitable events like market turmoils, losses, as well as risky and unsuccessful trades are able to dampen traders’ spirits. Sometimes a human brain just needs to be distracted and relaxed. In this case, humor comes to the rescue. There is an opinion that if you can laugh at your failures, you are able to accept them and move on. Humor acts as a psychological shield against stress: a person instantly forgets all misfortunes. The Forex Humor section provides the latest news on the stock market with colorful caricatures.
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FCA: investors risk losing all their money

An unprecedented rise in the first cryptocurrency has caused a lot of concerns amid both market participants and state regulatory authorities. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was the first...

Banks cut ties with Trump

Large international banks no longer want to cooperate with incumbent US President Donald Trump. Among companies cutting ties with Trump are Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank. It seems that Trump...

Economists make doom and gloom predictions for European economy

As it is usually the case in real life, miracles rarely happen. Therefore, those economists who were betting on a miracle for the eurozone economy had to face the brutal...

Beijing cracks down on Jack Ma’s business

Founder of China's tech giants Alibaba and Ant Group Jack Ma has come under pressure from the Chinese authorities. Chinese regulators and Communist Party officials began to rein...

JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup halt political donations

Recently, American banks have been reluctant to make any political contributions. Thus, the three largest US banks - JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup - announced their decision to pause...

Some small US businesses get $1 relief loans

The large-scale state program of financial aid to the US business was widely covered in the press. The sums of payments were really impressive. In fact, everything turned...

Airbus cuts aircraft manufacturing in 2020

In its latest corporate report released on January 8, 2021, Airbus SE announced that it delivered 566 aircraft in 2020. This is 34% down from the number of aircraft supplied...

Dr. Martens considers London IPO

Iconic footwear brand Dr. Martens is planning to launch its first IPO on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Although this IPO is unlikely to become the biggest...

Global economy to remain under pressure in 2021 as COVID-19 continues to spread

Most of the world economic growth projections for 2021 are quite contradictory. Some experts are optimistic about the global economy in the current year, while others anticipate rather pessimistic scenarios...

Germany to face unemployment and wave of bankruptcies due to pandemic

According to RT with reference to the Welt-TV channel, Germany's economy may suffer devastating consequences because of the government’s decision to extend the lockdown in the country. Experts underline that...