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November 2017

Grand Capital weekly recap (October 30th–November 3rd)

Read our recap of the best trading results of the past week.

The most active client

Placed 1110 trades, including 563 profitable ones and 547 that resulted in a loss. The majority of trades involved GBP/USD, GBP/JPY and EUR/USD pairs.

Maximum deposit growth

In one trading week on a single account was $27 955,75.

The most profitable trade of the week

In one trading week on a single account was +$7800,00. The trade was opened on the 25th of October at 1:54 PM and closed on the 2nd of November at 12:10 PM.

The most interesting instruments chosen by traders:

  • COTTON — cotton futures. The contract size is 50 000 pounds (around 22.68 tons). One tick is 0.01 and costs $18,75;

  • FESX — DJ EURO STOXX 50 index futures. The contract volume is calculated according to the following formula: €10 multiplied by the current index quote. One tick equals €10.00. Dow Jones EURO STOXX 50 is a market capitalization-weighted stock index of 50 large, blue-chip European companies operating within eurozone nations;

  • GASOLINE — gasoline futures. Contract volume: 42 000 gallons (around 159 cubic meters). Minimum price step: $0.0001 per gallon or $4.20 per contract. Gasoline is a product of crude oil distillation. Gasoline price is subject to seasonal fluctuations, local minimums are reached in December and local maximums are reached in May;

  • #FORD — an American manufacturer of vehicles, automotive parts, and accessories. It’s the world’s fourth largest automaker by volume of production during the whole history of a company. Now Ford is the third largest automaker in the US (after GM and Toyota) and the second in Europe (after Volkswagen). The company occupies the 9th place in Fortune 500 (a list of the largest US public companies) as of 2015;

  • #AEROFLOT — the largest airline in Russia and one of the world's oldest airlines. It was founded in 1923 and at the time was fully state-owned. After the Soviet Union was dissolved, the company became semi-privatized, with 51% of the shares still owned by the government. As of 2015 Aeroflot's revenue is 366 307 billion RUB.

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