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Pietro Belotti

Greece debt talks go on

This week, Athens submitted a revised reform plan to the EU and IMF, after Tsipras rejected a set of reforms put forward by Jean-Claude Juncker.

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Ashley Chadwick

UK set for EU referendum

The recent UK election produced the first Conservative majority for 23 years and with UKIP managing nearly 4 million votes, a 13% share, it is clear that talk of EU membership is not going to disappear any time soon.

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Hector Ketley

REPORT: Draghi’s QE: Should we get our hopes up?

This hint was aimed at the universally anticipated QE measures which had been a hot topic in business news. This is a conceptually simple programme where money is electronically printed and used to buy up bonds in the Eurozone. There are two primary ways in which this action can help to reinvigorate a stalling Eurozone: currency depreciation and liquidity easing.

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Ashley Chadwick

One day Trading workshop

MET is now offering one day trading workshops, where people can come into our office in West Hampstead for a day, where they will receive a free crash course in trading and have the opportunity to trade on our simulators.

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Thomas Meikle

Trader of the Month - February

I am thrilled to have won the trader of the month prize for February in my second month trading live.

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Hear a personal take on Met Traders from the inside. What’s great, what’s tough and what it’s really like to work here.

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