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October 2017

Grand Capital weekly recap (September 25th — 29th)

Our clients have concluded the last trading week of September quite confidently. Learn more in our weekly recap.

The most active client

Placed 1224 trades, including 1021 profitable ones and 203 that resulted in a loss. The majority of trades involved SILVER.

Maximum deposit growth

In one trading week on a single account was $18 991,02.

The most profitable trade of the week

In one trading week on a single account was $17 136,00. The trade was opened on the 25th of September at 6:04 PM and closed on the 27th of September at 11:33 AM.

The most interesting instruments chosen by traders:

  • HEATING OIL — heating oil futures. The contract size is 42 000 gallons (1 imperial gallon is roughly 4.55 liters). The quotation is in US dollars and cents per gallon. Minimum price fluctuation: $0,0001 per gallon.

  • DX — US Dollar index futures. The contract size is calculated according to the formula: $1 000 multiplied by the index quote. 1 tick is 0.005 index points and equals $5. US dollar index is a comparison of the world's six major currencies with USD: EUR, JPY, GBP, CAD, SEK, CHF. A change of each currency rate bears an impact on US dollar index;

  • TF — a futures mini-contract for Russell 2000 stock index. One tick is 0.1 and costs $10. Russell 2000 represents the dynamics of two thousand of the small-cap companies, which reside at the bottom of the list of three thousand largest public companies that are included in quotation lists of American stock exchanges;

  • #VZ (Verizon Communications) — an American telecommunications company. In 2016 it was the largest telecom company in the US by market capitalization ($214.920 billion) and the second largest in the world (after China Mobile);

  • #URALKALIY («Уралкалий») — the world’s largest producer of potassium. Uralkali produces approximately 20% of the world’s potash fertilizers. The company deals with all stages of production, from potassium ore extraction to sales of potassium chloride. As of 2016, the company's revenue is $2.28 billion.

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