- 09.04.2015, 09:11 #61commexfx
How To Achieve Your Forex Trading Goals?
1. Decide on the trading objective
Interrogate yourself and ask whether you aspire to be a full time trader or not. It is important to ask oneself whether one wants the trading actions to be continued from home or somewhere else. The trader must be clear with his own intentions and objectives.
2. Dividing the goals into bite-sized chunks
Long term goal must be divided into fragments. This step will help in the accomplishment of the goal realistic. There must be a mini goal for each month set aside. Psychologically, it is easier to attain mini milestones and not the gigantic ones. If the mini goals are captured this will charge you up with optimism which will act as a fuel in the long run.
Risking more is not the way to enhance your trading profits. Small profits must be earned consistently to boost up the level of confidence. Do not pounce on your goal at once, rather take one step at a time. Master the steps of trading, then aspire to be a professional trader. Achieve the mini goals and just them up to reach at the long term goal.
Various guidelines must be followed while devising the mini goals:
Structure of the mini goals
• Go for just six trades per month as this will cultivate discipline and keep oneself away from the temptation of over trading.
• Be consistent with your losing amounts. Do not increase the trading amount when you are a starter. Master the art and trading strategies, by heart the price action plan, trading journal only then go for bigger trading amounts.
• The amount of risk to be borne at each trade should be bearable.
• Monitor whether the risk reward ratio of 1:2 is achieved or not.
• The setup for price action should meet the various guidelines in the trading plan.
• Make use of daily affirmations in order to improve trading
3. Accomplish your goals by being a bit more thoughtful
Break your goals into small chunks so that it appears achievable and not impossible. Trading is something like operating the hedge fund where you are a manager. Follow the method of trading, your trading routine and do not always fix yourself on vague unachievable goals.
Risking the monetary figure which you cannot afford can be harmful for your trading career. Do not frame up a complicated trading mindset. Do not trade like a beast, but trade like a rational trader. Trade logically and methodically if you wish to attain your goals. Follow your trading routine to make a substantial amount of money at the end of the year. Set realistically achievable mini goals. Do away with your bad trading habits by giving the least importance to the instincts.
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- 21.04.2015, 07:21 #62commexfx
China and Russia’s New Credit Card Payments and their Impact on the Foreign Exchange
There has been significant tension in the east of Europe, and much of this tension has been caused by Russian encroachment into Crimea and Ukraine. As a result, American companies that had become a mainstay of a flagging Russian economy began to freeze Russian accounts. The supremacy and dominance of America in the world of international economics allowed it to coerce Russia into withdrawing from Ukraine through the leveraging of accounts held by Russians with American companies MasterCard and Visa.
Following Russia’s involvement in crimes committed against Crimea, account holders at Russian banks who were using credit card services offered by MasterCard and Visa found their lines of credit frozen. However, Russia had already made moves this year that seemed like an attempt to end the American dollar’s supremacy in the foreign exchange market by selling of dollar assets and purchasing gold assets instead. A similar move was made by China last year. These attempts at destabilizing the dollar made by the two dominant superpowers after America seem to indicate a similarity in strategy that is shared between the two nations.
It is fitting, then, that China and Russia have begun to work together to try to topple the American economic behemoth. China had launched a credit card of its own called Union Pay, and this credit card is quickly gaining vogue in the Russian economy. Major Russian businessmen have already begun favoring the use of Union Pay credit cards, especially after the accounts freezing performed by MasterCard and Visa.
Union Pay is now the most widely used credit card in the world, mostly due to the fact that China’s enormous population almost solely uses this credit card rather than MasterCard or Visa. UnionPay now spreading to Russia, a similarly formidable economic entity, has lead to the rise of the Chinese Yuan as a strong contender for the world’s major currency. There are simply so many people in China, and as a result so many businesses and so much money being spent, that transactions in Yuan are slowly outstripping transactions in dollars.
As a result, the dollar has seen its popularity starting to wane in favor of other currencies. The dollar has become a lot more unstable in recent years, and a lot of this instability can be attributed to the confrontational political moves performed by the American government. The sanctioning of Iran and Russia, as well as an arguably unsuccessful economic war with China, has had America fighting on three fronts, and the strain is starting to show.
The use of UnionPay credit cards in Russia has also resulted in a bolstering of the Ruble. The lack of need to rely on dollar investments in order to stabilize the country has allowed the Ruble to stand on its two feet, something that is clearly indicated in the high amount of dollar to Ruble conversions in recent months.
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- 24.04.2015, 09:11 #63commexfx
Russia’s Gold Buying Spree and its Effect on the US Dollar
There is a sense of might that is often associated with Russia, a sense of rootedness, of ancient presence. This is due to the fact that Russia was, for a long time, one of the largest and most powerful empires in the world. However, as of late, this stereotype of Russian might and firmness has begun to slip. This is due to the fact that it lost, quite decisively, during the middle of the 20th century to its only major cultural competitor: The United States of America.
In the 21st century, America, thanks to its success in wars and its victory in the space race, has become the world’s major cultural exporter. Much has come of this development, not the least being the rise of the US dollar as the world’s major currency. Conversely, Russia, after the fall of the Soviet Union, has seen a steady decline in its currency. The Ruble was once a major contender in the world of foreign exchange, but these days it doesn’t seem to hold much weight. Russia has attempted to bolster its currency by purchasing dollar assets, however, a recent move by Russia seems to indicate an end to this trend.
Russia, seemingly inspired by a similar move performed by China recently, has begun selling of dollar assets and inflating its gold reserves. The gold buying reached an amount equivalent to over six billion dollars, the largest purchase made by the Russian government since the dissolving of the Soviet Union. This seems to be an attempt on Russia’s part to destabilize the American dollar, thereby ending its reign of supremacy and creating a vacuum that Russia can attempt to fill using its Ruble. The selling of dollar assets in favor of gold assets seems to be becoming an increasingly common trend among America’s economic competitors.
Russia’s purchase was so large that it accounted for a third of the world’s total spending on gold. The resulting impact on the American dollar has been, predictably, not too healthy for the currency. A marked decline in the value of the dollar was noticeable almost immediately after Russia finished purchasing the gold. Conversely, the price of gold seemed to rise, further inflating the value of Russia’s gold reserves.
The sudden influx of dollar sold by Russia into the foreign exchange market has resulted in economic shockwaves spreading out throughout several countries. These countries, particularly powerful Middle Eastern countries such as Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar, all possess currencies that are pegged to the US dollar. The marked decline in the value of these currencies due to the faith these countries have placed in the dollar might result in them shifting to a more stable currency, perhaps the Chinese Yuan or maybe even the Russian Ruble. With the rise of the Indian Rupee as a strong currency as well as the stability enjoyed by the Eurozone and British Pound, the dollar’s decline looks to be inevitable.
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- 27.04.2015, 09:03 #64commexfx
Factors Causing Foreign Exchange Volume Growth
The foreign exchange market is now considered the absolute largest market in the world. The market’s enormous success is due to the fact that the sole asset it deals in is, without a doubt, the only asset in the world that possesses absolute market liquidity: money.
The foreign exchange market deals basically in the trading of currency, which in essence means buying one currency by exchanging it for another. The value of currencies in relation to each other is in a constant state of flux, which allows people to make a profit by purchasing a currency during a period of stability and then selling it off if the value of the currency spikes.
The most stable currency is often considered to be the dollar. This is due to the fact that the American dollar has a reputation for solidity and stability. However, this once universally well regarded currency seems to be going through a downward spiral. This is due to several factors that have resulted in the depreciation of the American dollar, following a sudden foreign exchange volume growth of currencies being exchanged in the market.
In recent times, America has made certain economic and political moves that many countries considered to be hostile. Additionally, America’s political maneuvering has backfired in certain countries where it was trying to gain political leverage. A very poignant example of this is America’s involvement in the lifting of sanctions against Iran. America’s under the table economic war against Iran has always been related to nuclear weapons. The United States used its powerful economy and its status as the world’s major cultural exporter to leverage Iran’s abolition of its nascent nuclear program.
The economic sanctions imposed by America and the other four permanent members of the UN security council, these nations being the UK, France, Russia and China, as well as Germany, resulted in an intense downward spiral of the Iranian economy, which in turn resulted in massive depreciation of the Iranian currency, the Rial.
This resulted in the appearance of a unique trend among Iranians. They would change the Rials they possessed into dollars in order to preserve the value of the money they had earned. However, recently the economic sanctions placed upon Iran were lifted after Iran agreed to abolish its nuclear program. This resulted in the appearance of a steady increase in the value of the Rial, causing people who had invested in the American dollar to convert their money back into Iranian Rials. This resulted in a flurry of activity in the Foreign Exchange Market, as the sudden overflow of dollars into the market began to undermine the value of the dollar.
Additionally, there are several middle eastern countries with powerful currencies that were pegged to the dollar. However, this sudden depreciation of the dollar ended up creating a financial climate that forced people investing using these currencies to shift to different currencies, further increasing the volume of foreign exchange being conducted.
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- 06.05.2015, 11:22 #65commexfx
Technical versus Fundamental Analysis
The rule followed by all investors in all markets throughout the world is that they are looking to earn money. However, if one were to closely examine the dynamics of the foreign exchange market or the stock market, they would be able to ascertain that the nature of the investments being made in these markets, the nature of the money being placed where and for what, is similar to an activity that is well known for either providing heavy losses or enormous profits, an activity called gambling.
However, businessmen that gamble for too long often find that their luck has run out, and this loss of luck ends up leaving them on the streets after they lose everything. This is due to the fact that gambling is an extremely high risk endeavor, and is at least partly based on luck. The high risk nature of this endeavor can result in profit if the luck of the gambler is good, but the balance of probability states that, eventually, in one gamble or the other, the gamblers luck will run out, and when the gamblers luck runs out, he finds that he has lost everything that he had previously earned.
Hence, the smart businessman does not gamble often, and certainly never with all that he owns. Businessmen that get rich and stay rich tend to take a more analytical approach to their investments, especially when these investments are applied in markets as volatile as the stock or foreign exchange market.
In order to minimize risk, businessmen tend to use analysis techniques so that they may gather information that would end up helping them in making investments that would be profitable. There are two main analysis techniques that are implemented by traders.
The first analysis technique is called technical analysis. Technical analysis involves the studying of past trends in order to ascertain precedents. If the market that one is trading in looks like it is following a trend previously seen in the markets, the trader can act based on this trend. If there is precedent, technical analysis usually provides a sound prediction of how the market will behave in the near future, and the use of this analysis technique can go a long way towards helping investors and traders make sound financial investments in the markets.
The second analysis technique is called fundamental analysis. Fundamental analysis involves the studying of the business’s own statements and financial dealings in order to ascertain the amount of assets, liabilities and earnings, as well as the statements and financial dealings of competitors to do the same along with an in depth analysis of the markets current status. The collection of all this information can give a trader an idea of what businesses may be making a profit in the near future, and knowledge regarding future profitability of businesses can allow the trader or investor to make a sound investment or purchase based on this new found knowledge and earn a profit.
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- 07.05.2015, 10:47 #66commexfx
Hedging Risks and Rewards
The path to getting rich is fraught with potential disaster. Hence, if a businessman wishes to get rich, he must resign himself to the possibility that, at any point whatsoever along the way, he can lose everything and find himself dirt poor. This is so because the fastest way to get rich is through investments, trading in high volume markets, and essentially attempting to start and run a business. The alternative is working hard and climbing up the corporate ladder, but this method takes time and often is not nearly as fruitful as the latter option.
Hence, there are several techniques that businessmen, investors and essentially people with a lot of money implement in order to minimize the risk of their trade. One of these techniques is called hedging. Hedging is essentially making double investments, one investment which will turn out to be the main investment and another, less risky investment intended to offset any potential losses incurred from the former, riskier investment. It involves minimizing the risk that one faces whilst conducting a business deal.
A major risk faced by businesses is foreign exchange risk. This especially occurs when the business is getting money from a foreign country, one that possesses a currency different from the base currency used by the business. There is risk involved in such transactions because currencies can often be volatile. If the value of the currency being received by the business drops, the business could end up losing a lot of money. Businesses employ hedging in this regard by fixing an exchange rate with the foreign client, and obligating this client to pay at the very same rate regardless of any drops in currency value.
Hedging is essentially a method whereby future income is secured. A good industry whose example can be taken is the mining industry. Mining involves the extraction of raw materials and the selling of these materials to clients that are usually businesses in their own right, companies that use these materials to manufacture products of their own.
The mining process costs a lot of money, but the value of the ore being mined is volatile. If the price of the ore drops significantly, the company doing the mining can end up losing money. Hence, companies employ hedging in these situations by securing future selling prices with their clients beforehand. This way, no matter what the current price of the ore is, the buyers would be obligated to buy the ore at the agreed price, thereby securing profit for the company.
However, a fact of the investment world is that profit increases proportionally to risk. Hence, when a company reduces the risks of its ventures, it is also reducing potential profit along with potential losses. For example, if the aforementioned mining company had not secured prices beforehand and the price of the ore they were extracting increased significantly, they would stand to gain a lot of money that they wouldn’t have otherwise if they had employed hedging.
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- 08.05.2015, 06:23 #67commexfx
The Impact of Iran’s Nuclear Deal on the Foreign Exchange Market
Iran is a country that has long been somewhat of a black sheep in the world of international politics. Iran’s nuclear deal has resulted in its virtual ostracization by the more powerful countries of the west, and has resulted in several economic sanctions against Iran. These economic sanctions have resulted in a steady decline of the once powerful Iranian economy. These sanctions were mostly imposed by the permanent members of the UN security council, these members being the USA, UK, Russia, China and France. These sanctions were conditionally placed, with Iran having to cancel its nascent nuclear program in order to have them lifted. Iran has been notoriously stubborn in this matter, preferring to suffer the economic sanctions rather than abolish its nuclear program, to the detriment of its populace.
However, a recent even seems to have proven Iran the victor in this war of wills. The UN Security Council member nations, along with Germany, collectively referred to as the P5+1, following a series of intense talks conducted at the Headquarters of the United Nations, located in Geneva, decided to implement a deal that would require Iran to abolish its nascent nuclear program headquartered in Iran in exchange for a gradual phasing out of the economic sanctions that have been placed upon it.
This deal sent shockwaves throughout the economic world, particularly in the largest market in the world: The Foreign Exchange Market. A commonly acknowledged fact in the foreign exchange market was that the Iranian currency was very weak against the dollar. It was so weak that people had begun investing in the dollar currency in order to preserve the value of their earnings. However, immediately after the nuclear deal was signed, the Iranian rial began to appreciate against the US dollar. This lead to investors in the dollar currency to quickly exchange their money back into rials before the valued dropped too far. This influx of dollars being sold within Iran lead to a depreciation of the value of the dollar.
The US dollar is an extremely powerful currency. There are several currencies that are pegged to it. Hence, the decline in the value of the US dollar lead to a proportional decline in the values of the currencies of Bahrain, Cuba, Djibouti, Eritrea, Hong Kong, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Panama, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela. The majority of countries that have their currencies pegged to the US dollar are major countries in the Middle East, and virtually all of these countries have tense relations with Iran. All of these currencies are facing depreciation due to the Iran nuclear deal, something that will greatly the effect the future of these currencies in relation to the Iranian rial.
An increase in economic activity has also been noticed as a direct result of the lifting of these sanctions. This increase in economic activity is further bolstering the already appreciating Iranian rial, turning it into a strong currency in its own right.
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- 12.05.2015, 08:54 #68commexfx
The Financial Aspect of the War on Terror and the Positive Index
There is a firmament that divides modern history, a firmament after which can be found fear and a general political climate of distrust. This firmament is 9/11, 9/11 meaning the 11th of September 2001, a day on which terrorists attacked the world trade center in New York City.
The political implications of this attack was severe, resulting in the launching of a war on terror which has resulted in millions of deaths in the middle east. There have also been severe economic implications resulting from these terrorist attacks, especially after the war on terror began.
The first major impact was the deepening of the recession the America was already going through. This resulted in a dramatic decline of America’s currency, the dollar. The dollar is a major currency, with a majority of international trading being performed using US dollars as the standard currency due to its perceived solidity and stability. Hence, the sudden decline in value of the US dollar resulted in shockwaves travelling throughout the financial world, with many countries that generally conducted trade using the US dollar suffering losses due to the sudden devaluation of their most liquid asset.
The sudden decline of the US dollar affected many other countries currencies as well. This was due to the fact that many countries in Africa and the Middle East had pegged their currency to the dollar, maintaining a ratio of their currency units to a single dollar unit based on the value of the dollar. When the dollar’s value declined, these countries found the value of their own currency declining as well.
Another major financial repercussion of the war on terror was the immense financial burden it placed upon the countries involved. Wars are expensive, especially a war against an enemy as vague as “terrorism”. The amount America alone has spent on this war on terror is a massive two and a half trillion dollars. One could wonder how America was able to afford such a costly war and simultaneously fulfill the financial requirements of its own people, expenditures that are required to maintain its infrastructure. The answer to this question is simple: it couldn’t.
America simply didn’t have the money to pay for both a war on two fronts (Iraq and Afghanistan) and simultaneously pay for the expenses of maintaining its infrastructure, so it did what anybody would do when they want something they can’t afford: it borrowed. The national debt of America numbers in the tens of trillions, so high that America will likely never be able to fully pay off its debts. The economic implications of this debt is dire; America will eventually have a debt that is so high that it will struggle to pay the minimum required installment. The minimum repayment is in itself a farce as it only ends up increasing the overall debt. Once America’s debt goes past this point of no return, the result will invariably be disastrous.
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- 15.05.2015, 09:09 #69commexfx
Working Long Hours and Harder Than Ever Versus the Decrease of Purchasing Power
There was once a time, long ago, when work was all that a man was supposed to do. Workers went home only to sleep, or if they were lucky and slightly higher class, they were able to have fixed timings. Over time, the average work day has decreased, until working from nine in the morning to five in the evening became the standard work day, particularly for middle class employees. However, the middle class has recently been noted to be shrinking. Upward movement has always been a big part of the American dream, and in today’s financial climate, upward movement means long working hours.
It is no longer enough for the middle class employee to put in his eight hours with a lunch break, punching in and out and expecting to be promoted based on his loyalty to his employer. Nowadays, employees are expected to take their work home with them in order to meet deadlines that would otherwise be impossible to achieve within the official work day.
It is fair to say that the official work day is still the old eight hour work day with a one hour lunch break, but the work load of employees has increased to such a point that they are often reduced to eating a quick lunch whilst continuing their work. The reason for this is that companies, in an effort to reduce costs, have begun downsizing, decreasing their workforce in order to save money.
Conversely, the work load of the average company has increased drastically, and this drastically increased work load is being heaped upon a greatly depleted work force, resulting in employees being forced to stay back and increase their work days in order to meet their deadlines. These extra hours are often not paid for, as it is considered the employees duty to finish this work regardless of how long it is making his work day.
Additionally, the money that the average employee earns is worth less and less each year. Inflation results in a decrease in the value of dollar, making things that were once for twenty five cents fifty years ago now cost upwards of two or three dollars. Hence, the value of money can only be really ascertained by examining its purchasing power. Purchasing power is the value of money after adjusting for influence.
For example, if two dollars today are equivalent to twenty five cents fifty years ago, then it can be said that the purchasing power of the currency has remained stable. However, this is not the case. The purchasing power of the American dollar has decreased over the years, even after adjusting for inflation. Commodities and items these days are more expensive than they used to be when purchasing power is examined.
Hence, it is plain to see the lot of the average employee in middle class America. They work more than ever before, and for less money, a combination that is resulting in the destruction of the middle class.
Working Long Hours and Harder Than Ever Versus the Decrease of Purchasing Power - CommexFX
- 19.05.2015, 09:38 #70commexfx
Online Trading Platforms versus Stock Exchanges
The stock exchange market is one of the most liquid markets in today’s economic dispensation.Trading in shares on these markets is one of the most important activities in both the national and global economy. This is because it is one of the most effective ways through which companies can raise large amounts of capital with minimum liability. It also gives traders the chance to own a piece of these companies, and hence the possibility of earning profits.
For traders, they can decide to use one or both of the available channels to trade in stocks. These are online trading platforms and stock exchanges. In the following paragraphs, the similarities and differences between the two have been expounded in order to arm traders with relevant information on which method to choose.
Charging of Commissions
On this front, the two methods are inherently quite similar. This is because in the traditional stock exchange, the stock brokers will always charge a commission on each and every stock that is traded through them.
The same is true for online trading platforms as well. This is because the online brokers will also charge a commission on the traded stocks. Sometimes this is hidden in the costs. Despite what is usually said, they do not necessarily charge a lower rate than the stock exchanges. These rates vary from one online broker to another and sometimes may be higher than those in traditional stock exchanges.
Capital Gains Tax
Governments usually levy a stamp duty in form of a capital gains tax on any stock that is traded on the stock market.
This means that regardless of the platform, be it stock exchanges or online platforms, the trading of shares will attract this tax.
Level of Competence Required of Traders
Although there is no minimum requirement in terms of trading experience that is needed for traders to participate in any of these markets, it should be a guiding factor in choosing which platform to use.
For greenhorn investors, stock exchanges would be a good idea to start with since the advice of stock brokers as well as their experience will make them more adept at judging markets, and hence enable the investors make the best move.
For more experienced traders, getting into online platforms in addition to the stock exchange would be a good way of diversifying the places they invest their cash or sell their shares.
Availability and Accessibility
The online trading platforms are easily accessible to traders as all they require is a computer and an internet connection. It is also possible to move from one platform to another by just opening a new tab.
On the other hand, one would need to physically move to the stock exchanges, thus costing more in terms of time, energy and money.
Volumes of shares being traded
The two platforms trade relatively the same number of shares in the same region. However, online platforms may offer the traders more variety since there are several of them, each of which offer a wide variety and volume of shares.
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- 20.05.2015, 09:56 #71commexfx
The Forex Industry and the Financial Rating Agencies
The forex industry is one of the largest sectors of global economy with large amounts of money being traded. It also involves a large number of players across many countries. It is therefore important to have independent financial/ credit rating agencies so as to analyze the credit worthiness of the players that are involved in the forex industry.
If you have been seeking information regarding these agencies as well as their role in the global forex industry, then you will find this piece extremely useful as it delves into explaining all the details about them in a very well detailed, concise, and in a way that is easily understandable. Move on to the next paragraphs to learn all these and much more.
The Roles of Financial Rating Agencies
Financial agencies are an integral part of the forex industry. This is because they play a very central role in the market. These agencies perform the following functions:
Credit, Debt and Bond ratings
As their names suggest, this is the main role of the financial rating agencies. They do so by evaluating the debtor’s ability to repay the debt that is lent to them and hence the likelihood of default.
For national governments, the agencies issue a sovereign credit rating. The rating evaluates the creditworthiness of the country by taking into account the current economic conditions as well as the political stability of the given country.
Armed with these ratings, institutional investors are able to qualify as well as quantify the ease of doing business and the investment atmosphere of the country in question.
The agencies also issue the same ratings for individual companies as well as to certain kinds of securities, including preferred stock and corporate bonds. All these ratings can be offered for short term or long term obligations.
Occasionally, the rating agencies may be called upon by financial institutions and even sometimes non-financial ones such as law firms, to help in the analysis of their metrics. In this scenario, they usually play an advisory role.
Major Financial Rating Agencies
There are several rating agencies in the world, but for a long time now, there have been 3 major financial rating in the world which controls about 95% of the global market share. This section is dedicated to providing an overview of these ‘Big Three’, as they are known.
Standard and Poor’s
This is the oldest, having been established by Henry Varnum Poor in the 1860s in the USA before merging with Standard Statistics (established in 1906) in the early 1940s. It today controls an estimated 40% of the market share.
Moody’s Investors Service
The company as it is known today was established in 1914, even though the founder, John Moody and his associates had been publishing financial statistical reports since the turn of the century. By the 1970s it had cemented its position and today also controls approximately 40% of the market share.
It is dually headquartered in New York and London, having been founded in 1913. It holds a market share of 15% and is credited with formulating the D through AAA system of rating that has become the standard in the industry.
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