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Drew McConville

Drew McConville is a financial writer based in Capital.com’s London office. He joined us upon graduating the University of Exeter having read BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Economics. He is particularly interested in monetary policy and political economy.

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Forex Trading
What is forex trading?

What is forex trading? We provide the answers.

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Hedging in Trading
What is hedging in trading?

Ever asked yourself ‘what is hedging in trading?’ We explain it for you, with some examples of a hedging strategy.

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Gold CFDs
Gold trading: how to trade gold CFDs

This short overview describes the different ways to invest in gold, how to trade gold CFDs and the factors that influence gold trading.

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How to invest in gold
Gold trading: how to invest in gold?

Want to know how to invest in gold? This brief overview describes the different ways to trade gold, and their respective advantages.

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a brief overview of gold price history
Gold trading: a brief overview of gold price history

Read more about gold’s price history: from the collapse of the gold standard to the rush of investors looking for a safe haven in uncertain times.

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Gold trading: is gold a good investment?
Gold trading: is gold a good investment?

Read this short introduction to one of the world’s most popular commodities: gold. Why do investors buy gold, and is gold a good investment?

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Leverage
How much money do you need to trade?

Leveraged trading renders the financial markets more accessible, meaning the amount of money you need for trading can be lower than ever.

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What are undervalued stocks, and how do you spot them?
What are undervalued stocks, and how do you spot them?

This article explores what factors determine the value of shares on the stock market, how to spot undervalued and overvalued shares and methods to ascertain their intrinsic value.

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Brexit impact on financial markets

With Britain set to leave the European Union on 29 March, with or without a deal, only one thing is clear: there is much uncertainty surrounding financial markets.

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A brief introduction to OPEC

Here is a brief introduction to OPEC. It covers questions like: what is OPEC, what countries are members, and what is the purpose of OPEC?

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Canadian stock market: Banking sector Q4 update

A brief overview of the fourth quarter earnings announcements for some of the big banking movers in the Canadian stock market.

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Brexit update: Tory MPs trigger no confidence vote

Sir Graham Brady, the chair of the 1922 committee, confirmed on Wednesday morning that he has received at least 48 letters from Conservative MPs calling for a vote of no confidence.

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PM calls off vote on Brexit deal

Commons vote deferred to allow appeal to the European Union over the Irish backstop.

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What are the top 5 most traded indices and why?

Want to trade indices? Discover the top stock market indices and learn more about the markets – as well as what moves them.

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DAX historical data: What do you need to know?

Learn about all the most memorable moments of the DAX 30 index with our look at DAX historical data.

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