SaxoWebTrader-trading platform, has been awarded as the best 2010 online trading platform? in the evening of the awards of the magazine Shares last Thursday, which took place at the London hotel Grosvenover. Shares Magazine is a weekly publication targeted to professionals in the stock markets and private investors. The renowned SaxoWebTrader platform, that allows to operate foreign exchange, CFDs, equities, shares, futures, options and other derivatives, was the most voted by the readers of the magazine. The Shares Awards recognize excellence in all sectors of the industry of investment, trading and values. They were created to distinguish the best suppliers in each category, including agents of values of equities, derivatives trading, online research, software and the management of funds. More Uriel Alvarado Cancino, Head of Marketing, Latin Region. Saxo Bank + 45 3977 4643 Aida Blanco Real, Marketing Project Manager, Latin Region. Saxo Bank + 45 3977 4195 About Saxo Bank Saxo Bank is a specialist in negotiation and investment online, a bank that allows their clients to negotiate with foreign exchange, CFDs, equities, stocks, futures, options and other derivatives through three integrated multi-product trading platforms: web platform SaxoWebTrader, the downloadable platform SaxoTrader and SaxoMobileTrader, a mobile phone trading platform.
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Although they reflected optimism economic growth expectations by the Monetary Authority, these projections were combined with a pessimistic regarding the evolution of prices view since it predicted in its report that deflation will remain three years, rather than the two years that envisaged in its previous report. The variation of prices retail core of the month of September (excluding food and energy), showed a contraction of the top 1% to 0.9% from the month of August. Retail prices observed in the interannual variation, a contraction of 2.3 per cent. The Japanese experience of the 90 where deflation has limited the growth of Japan’s economy is once again present and should limit optimism to give rise to preventive policies that prevent any possibility of relapse in the economy. In an economy where prices continue to fall, it is crucial to see if that falling prices will be a pressure on economic activity, it acknowledged in a report the Bank of Japan itself. Why the boxwood? It maintains limited fears and hopes that the economy can grow at a good pace from the fiscal year 2011? The entity relies in a gradual and uninterrupted fading of deflationary pressures. However, although since the Monetary Agency is expected a slowdown in the deflationary Dynamics until a negative variation of the order of 0.4% towards the 2011 fiscal year, the reduction in the margins of profitability by falling prices, with possible derivations on the level of employment, can curb the recovery expected in the economy and even reverse their behaviour to bring it back into recession. In this way, not to generate pressures against the economic recovery, deflation will impose restrictions on benchmark interest rates that will remain at their lows for a long time, beyond the estimated time for the interest rates of reference elsewhere in developed countries and in development. With the divergence to be observed in the behavior of monetary policy between countries, will extend the margin between rates, which will allow enticing benefits in operative of the carry trade type.