Daily News | French elections drawing closer

Here we are folks, the end of this week in global binary options trading, with just enough time before Easter roles in to make some really great trades, with plenty on the line. In fact, the fate of the entire European Union might be on the line next week. This is why, this Friday, we start with the euro. From Wednesday to Thursday, the currency rose from $1.0611 to $1.0617. This happened as the French presidential elections are looming over the entirety of Europe. There has been controversy all the way leading up to this point, including a rise in far right movements and the incumbent not running. But the most popular candidates, Marine Le Pen and Jean-Luc Melenchon are both against the euro and the European Union in general. This could lead to instability in the entirety of the organization, given the French role in it. We will continue to look into this in the future, but let us now turn to the US dollar. In the same timeframe, the currency fell from €0.9423 to €0.9419. This happened along with a drop in Wall Street earnings, with it having losses for a third straight day. We will see how this will develop next week as Wall Street resumes business after Easter, so be sure to stick with us next week.

Daily News | Trade with just a few taps

This week in global binary options trading is ending, but that does not mean you cannot squeeze in some more trading, with the help of an experienced broker, such as 365Binary Option. In our 365BinaryOption App article, we discuss how you can stay on the go and still trade to your hearts content. Their mobile app is available both in the Google Play store and the App Store. The app is, of course, completely free, so all you need to do is download it and start trading. For more information, be sure to check out the full article.



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