Financial Marketing – USA

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The financial landscape of 2024.

The global scenario appears uncertain for banks, brokers and fintechs. Looming recessions, increased bankruptcies and the cost-of-living crisis mean consumers are spending less. The upcoming major elections in both the US and the UK in the next year add a layer of potential heightened uncertainties.

That’s why your finance brand needs an expert financial marketing agency. Our team of financial marketing experts provide marketing strategy, technical analysis, education centres, articles and social media management.

We watch regulatory news and updates from OCC, FRB and the SEC. Plus, The National Futures Association (NFA) and the Commodities Future Trading Commission (CFTC). We also follow incredible US finance influencers like Dasha Kennedy, Hayley Sacks AKA Mrs Dow Jones and Nate O’Brien. News from the White house and the FED.

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    The Story of the US Forex Market

    We love financial marketing, especially the origins of modern Forex trading which can be traced back to the gold standard.

    After WW2, a new system was implemented with the Bretton Woods agreement. The US dollar was pegged to gold, at $35 per ounce. The USD became the world’s reserve and reference currency and other national currencies were fixed to the dollar. Budget and trade deficits in the US plus dwindling gold reserves, led president Richard Nixon to abandon the Bretton Woods system in the early 70s.

    By 1973, the modern form of Forex trading was taking shape. For many years after that, forex trading was solely available to large institutions with a huge amount of capital, like governments and banks. And then, hello 1990s, hello internet and hello to the emergence of fore trading for end users.

    The advent of retail Forex brokers allowed individual forex traders to invest far smaller sums and today we see over 9.6 million people around the world trading. That's 1 in every 781 people. The forex market dwarfs largest stock exchanges in the world. Nasdaq has a daily volume that averages around $200 billion.

    FX markets reach an incredible $6.6 trillion per day! Get your share of the $6.6 trillion pie. Speak to our team today for expert financial marketing solutions.

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