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Plus 500 (LON:PLUS)

Odey gets stopped out of Plus500

Plus500 has taken advantage of Crispin Odey’s departure to buy back 8.2% of their shares. The Israeli-based but London-listed CFD broker, has been able to purchase a significant block of its own stock, from a fund manager, at a discount to yesterday’s closing price. The transaction was made in addition to Plus500’s ongoing share buy-back

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GoHenry JISA

Post acquisition price increase for GoHenry users

Now that they have been bought by the Americans, GoHenry has announced a price rise for its subscribers, who will now have to pay 33% more each month to use the pocket money app’s pre-paid debit card. 33% price increase GoHenry, the savings and debit card app focused on children and teenagers, has announced an

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FCA introduces crypto cooling off period and tighter ads restrictions

New regulations from the FCA are going to give first-time crypto investors the opportunity to change their minds with a cooling-off period after opening an account. The FCA is also forcing firms that advertise or promote digital assets, to ensure the advertisements are fit for purpose. A 24-hour cooling-off period for new crypto investors The

Read More » Dynamic Widgets adds dynamic widgets and VWAP indicators

Fresh from winning best trading app in our 2023 awards has improved functionality further by personalising their client’s trading experience through the introduction of dynamic widgets and adding VWAP indictors. Dynamic widgets’s customers can now benefit from a personalised home screen on their trading platform, using a series of tools or widgets, to

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How to buy Tesla shares

Is Tesla stock worth buying today?

Tesla (TSLA:NASDAQ) shares are a popular investment in the UK and it’s easy to see why. Tesla is spearheading the global electric vehicle (EV) revolution and over the long term, the company has generated life-changing returns for investors. This year, Tesla’s share price has surged. Year to date, it’s up about 80%. Is the stock

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What is esg investing

Another blow for ethical investors as ESG withdrawals continue

ESG equity funds, which prioritize companies adhering to environmental, social, or governance criteria, experienced a significant outflow of funds in May with net flows of minus £304 million. The appeal of ESG investing has been a powerful tool for the funds industry, attracting substantial inflows in recent years. In 2022, ESG-badged funds received a net

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Moneyfarm launches a new share investing service

Wealth manager Moneyfarm is expanding its offering with the introduction of a share trading service. The money manager’s Co-founder and CEO, Giovanni Daprà, took to LinkedIn to announce the launch of the new service, which will initially be rolled out to UK customers, as part of a phased deployment to the entire Moneyfarm customer base.

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Goodfolio closes down it’s investment platform

Impact investing platform Goodfolio has written to its clients to tell them that it is closing down and that clients must sell out of their investment and transfer their funds, away from the platform within 30 days. ESG fails to gain traction Goodfolio says that it has been unable to attract sufficient business to the

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XTB Conor McGregor

XTB, kicking and punching it’s way to $1bn

XTB, with a little help from major sponsorship and partnership deals with fighters like Conor McGregor, and football manager Jose Mourinho XTB is now worth over $1bn. Jakub Zablocki taking profit The Co-founder of XTB Poland’s billion dollar broker announces his intention to sell 6.0% of the compnay. The main shareholder of Polish margin trading

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Degiro stops onboarding new clients in the UK

Degiro UK the UK subsidiary of Pan-European low-cost stock broker FlatexDegiro has stopped onboarding new client accounts at least temporarily. The broker wrote to its marketing affiliates and partners today to say that it was pausing UK acquisition campaigns and client onboarding for regulatory reasons, without saying what they might be. In its brief communication

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US banking crisis helped to drive Q1 CFD volumes at has published data and insights on its CFD turnover, which reveal that the regional banking crisis, seen in the first quarter of 2023, drew retail traders into the CFD market. Banks down, brokers up… publishes quarterly trading highlights and other information in the Pulse report. The latest release of which shows that CFDs

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Saxo Markets Review

Saxo Bank receives a BBB investment grade rating from S&P

Danish-based broker Saxo Bank has received a coveted BBB credit rating from S&P. The bank which can trace its roots back more than 25 years, is also on the cusp of being recognised as a Systematically Important Financial Institution, or SIFI, in its home state, by the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, the FSA. S&P BBB

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Wise announces increased fees and charges

Money transfer and payments app Wise is increasing some of its charges and fees. The company prides itself on its low-cost approach to the conversion and transfer of foreign currencies. Despite that, it’s raising the fees associated with payment and conversions in Euros and Great British Pounds. When will the fees apply and how much is

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Primary Bid re-launches a desktop version of its app

PrimaryBid the fintech that aims to make new issues and placings accessible to retail traders and investors have launched a desktop version of its mobile App. PrimaryBid, which can trace its roots back to 2016, has, until now, only been available as an App on mobile devices and not on desktop computers. But from this

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