2nd Foreign Exchange Summit

Venue: New York

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 18, 2008 End Date/Time: Jun 19, 2008
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The foreign exchange market is a dynamic environment that is constantly innovating and evolving. Not too long ago, most transactions were executed by one person calling another to negotiate a price. In recent years, technology has enabled an ongoing revolution in how trade is done. Some milestones include the introduction of electronic broking systems such as EBS and Reuters for inter dealer trading. More recently, single-bank and multi-bank portals are connecting dealers to their customers via electronic media. The advent of white labeling and prime brokerage, while introducing some risks, are also bringing additional participants into the market.

The state of the US dollar and its continuing decline remains the main issue on the radars of all investors. The FED cutting the rates in response to a global plunge in stock markets heightened concerns about a recession. Investors are slowly starting to loose confidence in the dollar and the US economy as a whole. There is a raising concern of how to generate profits from FX funds in 2008.

Re-pricing of risk and the impact of risk on foreign ex market
Analyzing current interest rate trends, especially in terms of the housing industry
Weakness of the US dollar as a main issue driving foreign investors to lose confidence in the dollar
Overview of the current monetary policy deemed as damaging for the US economy
What should be used to predict currencies? What should be used to hedge risks?

Register Today by calling 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.iqpc.com/us/FX