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International Share Dealing

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International Share Dealing allows you to trade in seven of the worlds major markets from the comfort of your own home. Common attributes include:

•    Accessing your account online and trade on the markets in London, New York, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels.

•    Flat commission rates - UK stocks £10 per trade, US stocks £15 per trade and Euro stocks £15 (Max 10,000 Euros per deal).  

•    You won't get stung with expensive currency conversion charge as you have a single £ sterling denominated account.

•    Free access to online tools to help you choose your shares.

What kind of investment house will benefit during the current turmoil?
The most likely candidates are companies with a full product range, which are at an advantage in what they can offer. When it comes to the debate about active verses passive investing, it’s a bit like podium politics – you know both sides have to take an entrenched position, partly for appearances, and there is usually a third way.

International Share Dealing is an important component of Investment Banking, and helps gage a deeper understanding of major industries today. As the prospect of a protracted economic slowdown becomes more likely, we may well see the focus turn once more to active management. With the relative outperformance of active to passive, passive investors may find themselves rethinking their exposure to indices and start looking more at active approaches. For example the last bear market offered several hiding places for active managers in defensive stocks and as these same islands of defensive stocks were already going cheaply they did not have much room to head further down. This time around the sheer breadth of the market fall means there are very few hiding places for the long-only manager.



Market research from Internaxx PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 June 2009 11:30

Market research from Internaxx

This section is brought to you by the Luxembourg based online broker Internaxx. Market analysis is provided by Fortis Investments, the asset management arm of the Fortis group.

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Outlook 2009: skies to brighten for global equities PDF Print E-mail
Written by Internaxx   
Friday, 30 January 2009 14:06
Market research from Internaxx: brought to you by the Luxembourg based online broker Internaxx. Market analysis is provided by Fortis Investments, the asset management arm of the Fortis group.
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India Election 2009: Business as usual
Friday, 29 May 2009 13:22
What will be the impact of the Indian election on the country’s burgeoning economy?

by Shyam Kumar, Director & CEO, Kotak Mahindra (UK) Ltd

India has been jockeying for position as one of the markets best placed for sustainable recovery from the financial market carnage. The Indian election this month – this piece is being written before the results are known - will have an important role in helping towards a sustainable recovery in India and the outlook for investment in one of the world’s most important emerging markets. In this article I will outline my views on the likely impact of the election results and the outlook for foreign investors in the subcontinent.
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Investment Diversification During Uncertain Times PDF Print E-mail
Written by Daniel Rudd, Head of MENA Wholesale at HSBC Global Asset Management   
Monday, 10 November 2008 23:16
Stock market investors have certainly endured a rocky time in recent months and views are divided over what will happen next. Everyone is trying to time the market and talk about the best principles for investing going forward.

A common argument that comes up time and again, especially in difficult markets, is the one about active versus passive investing.

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