LONDON, April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Currency markets have weathered many volatile storms over the past few years. As clouds darken over global growth outlooks, 2019 is expected to be yet another year of turbulence. For forex traders, these times of uncertainty come with a fair share of upside risks.

Navigating these opportunities with ease is XM.com. For the third year running, XM.com has won the World Finance Forex Award for best FX Broker in Europe, 2019, and for the first time it was also awarded the title of Best FX Broker in Australasia.

XM.com is a truly global institution with over 2.5 million clients from all over the world. The group, which is headquartered in London, goes above and beyond to help its traders make sound investments, providing access to market research, daily technical analysis and 24-hour customer service.

In an exclusive article for World Finance, experts at XM.com explain how over 2019, the forex market will continue to focus on the US dollar, as the US and China attempt to iron out a trade deal. The dollar climbed in 2018 on the back of a strong US economy and widening interest rate differentials. But in 2019, investors could begin to shift away from the greenback as the US Federal Reserve pauses rate rises and Donald Trump’s policies continue to cause instability.

According to XM.com, expert traders will also be searching for signs of decline in the global economy. A big enough slowdown in the US could rock the waters, but a slump in China’s economic growth could be even more damaging. Elsewhere, traders in Europe are awaiting more details about the UK’s departure from the EU, while in Asia, the Japanese yen has acted as a gauge of global risk appetite.

To read more about XM.com’s expertise, check out the company’s analysis of the forex market in an exclusive article for World Finance magazine, available in print and online now.  

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