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2014年11月2日北美洲改行冬令時間﹐交易時段如下:
開盤時間:星期日 23:00(格林威治時間)
收盤時間:星期五 21:30(格林威治時間)

2015年1月19日 美國馬丁·路德·金紀念日(Martin Luther King, Jr. Day)假期﹐交易時段如下:
1月19日 收盤時間:18:00(格林威治時間)
開盤時間:1月19日 23:00(格林威治時間)
NEW Hudson Global Capital Online Trading
General, 15th October 2008 (0930hrs GMT) - Hudson Global Capital has completed upgrading its current Etrade (internet trading platform) to a more robust, secure and faster system with an improved user interface. You will also enjoy better interactivity and enhanced reliability.

Please take note of the following:

- All existing Etrade online customers would have previously received a notification containing their new User ID by June 2007. Please feel free to email us at info@hudsongc.com or click to speak to our online Service Advisor for any further clarification on the migration process.

- The current Etrade online trading portal will be decommissioned and taken out of production on 29th October 2008.

- If you have opened your Etrade account after 19 August 2007, you will not be affected by this migration process as your account will be opened in the new system.

- During this migration period, our helpdesk may experience an overwhelming volume of enquiries. If you have difficulty contacting through, please drop us an email and we will get back to you promptly.
  最新價 賣出 買入 漲跌 最高價 最低價 時間
EUR/USD 1.1236 1.1236 1.1237 -0.0001 1.1259 1.1232 00:59:58
GBP/USD 1.5090 1.5090 1.5093 0.0013 1.5096 1.5073 00:59:58
USD/JPY 118.55 118.56 118.57 0.10 118.66 118.47 00:59:58
USD/CHF 0.9006 0.9006 0.9013 -0.0018 0.9030 0.9000 00:59:58
AUD/USD 0.7913 0.7913 0.7914 -0.0011 0.7929 0.7906 00:59:58
EUR/JPY 133.21 133.21 133.31 0.14 133.45 132.91 00:59:57
GBP/JPY 178.93 178.93 178.95 0.41 179.00 178.29 00:59:58
USD/CAD 1.2485 1.2485 1.2486 0.0013 1.2492 1.2459 00:59:58
GBP/NZD 2.0293 2.0296 2.0302 -0.0001 2.0330 2.0256 00:59:58
EUR/NZD 1.5110 1.5110 1.5114 -0.0015 1.5154 1.5091 00:59:58
XAU 1,275.80 1,275.80 1,276.15 -5.30 1,282.48 1,272.50 00:59:58
XAG 17.79 17.79 17.84 -0.13 17.95 17.49 00:59:58
DJ 17,616 17,615 17,617 2 17,629 17,611 00:59:43
SP 2,054.00 2,053.75 2,054.00 -0.75 2,054.50 2,053.25 00:59:55
ND 4,051.25 4,050.75 4,051.50 -37.75 4,074.75 4,041.50 06:48:49
CRUDE 45.25 45.25 45.28 0.10 45.35 45.08 00:59:57
GAS 2.910 2.905 2.915 0.030 2.915 2.890 00:59:07
Mid-Day Report: Euro Pared Losses on German Confidence - 21:58 2015/01/26
Euro weakened earlier news from Greece that the anti-austerity Syriza won the election. But the common currency quickly recovered as markets played down the chance of so called Grexit. Also, euro is mildly support by better than expected confidence data fro Germany. German Ifo business climate rose to 106.7 in
Daily Report: Euro Lower as Syriza Wins Greek Election - 12:34 2015/01/26
Euro opened the week lower and breached 1.11 against dollar after Greek leftist Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras claimed victory on Sunday's election. At the time of writing, the Coalition of Radical left got over 36% of votes, comparing with New Democracy's 28%. Tsipras is clearly known for his anti-austerity stance
Weekly Review and Outlook: Dollar Broadly Higher, Boosted by Other Dovish Central Banks - 19:40 2015/01/24
Dollar ended the week as the strongest major currency after another week of dovish central bank driven volatilities. Euro dived to 11 year low against dollar and 7 year low against Sterling as ECB's quantitative easing program far exceeded market expectations. The common currency was additionally weighed down by uncertainties
US Session: Orders and Options Watch - 22:28 2015/01/23
EUR: The single currency extended tumbled to fresh 11-year low at 1.1115 but euro quickly rebounded from there on short-covering ahead of weekend, offers at 1.1245-50 were filled but sell orders are still noted at 1.1290-00 and 1.1320, more selling interest is tipped at 1.1350 and 1.1375-85, more sellers are
Mid-Day Report: Euro Extends Weakness ahead of Greek Election - 22:01 2015/01/23
Euro extends recent decline today and took out 1.12 handle to as low as 1.1131 so far against dollar. Reactions to ECB's massive quantitative easing program is a major reason for the selloff. In addition, Euro is weighed down further by concern over the snap election in Greek on the
European Session: Orders and Options Watch - 17:15 2015/01/23
EUR: The single currency extended yesterday's sellofff and bids at 1.1460-65, 1.1420-25, 1.1400, 1.1315-25 and 1.1270-80 were filled, mixture of bids and stops at 1.1240-50 is in focus, however, some buy orders are expected at 1.1200-10. On the upside, offers are lowred to 1.1300-10 and in good size at 1.1350-60,
Daily Report: Euro Stays Weak after ECB Massive Easing - 11:16 2015/01/23
Euro weakened broadly over night after ECB launched a massive expansion in the asset buying program that is worth over EUR 1T. EUR/USD extended recent fall to as low as 1.1314 so far while EUR/JPY hit 134.20. ECB's announcement triggered Denmark central bank to cut rates for the second time
Mid-Day Report: Euro Plunges as ECB Launches Trillion Euro QE - 22:50 2015/01/22
Euro weakens broadly after ECB president Mario Draghi said the central bank "decided to launch an expanded asset-program encompassing the existing purchase programs of ABS and covered bonds". ECB will start buying EUR 60b in assets per month in March, until September 2016. That include government bonds, debt securities issued
Daily Report: Euro Range Bound as Markets Await ECB QE - 15:25 2015/01/22
Euro stays in tight range against dollar and yen as markets away ECB announcement and press conference. ECB would likely announce a new round of QE measures including government bond purchases. Over the past week, the consensus was that the worth of the program would be around EUR 500b. Yet,
USD/CAD Surges as BoC Cut Rates - 23:47 2015/01/21
We've got another central bank surprise today. Totally unexpected, Bank of Canada Lowers the overnight rate by 25bps to 0.75%. Correspondingly the Bank Rate and Deposit Rate are lowered to 1.00% and 0.50% respectively. BoC said in the statement that "this decision is in response to the recent sharp drop