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2015年7月4日 美國獨立紀念日(Independence Day)假期﹐交易時段如下:
7月3日 收盤時間:17:00(格林威治時間)
開盤時間:7月5日 22:00(格林威治時間)

2015年3月8日北美洲改行夏令時間﹐交易時段如下:
開盤時間:星期日 22:00(格林威治時間)
收盤時間:星期五 20:30(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 1.1082 1.1082 1.1082 0.0021 1.1084 1.1058 02:35:56
GBP/USD 1.5615 1.5615 1.5616 0.0003 1.5617 1.5606 02:35:56
USD/JPY 123.35 123.35 123.36 -0.24 123.64 123.35 02:35:56
USD/CHF 0.9605 0.9605 0.9607 -0.0019 0.9625 0.9604 02:35:56
AUD/USD 0.7335 0.7334 0.7336 -0.0008 0.7351 0.7330 02:35:56
EUR/JPY 136.69 136.69 136.79 -0.02 136.88 136.60 02:35:36
GBP/JPY 192.61 192.61 192.63 -0.36 193.01 192.52 02:35:54
USD/CAD 1.2931 1.2930 1.2932 0.0005 1.2937 1.2921 02:35:56
GBP/NZD 2.3248 2.3248 2.3254 -0.0003 2.3282 2.3188 02:35:56
EUR/NZD 1.6501 1.6501 1.6511 0.0027 1.6516 1.6428 02:35:56
XAU 1,096.46 1,096.46 1,096.73 1.61 1,097.85 1,094.87 02:35:56
XAG 14.68 14.68 14.72 0.00 14.74 14.66 02:35:56
DJ 17,539 17,537 17,540 -7 17,560 17,537 02:35:35
SP 2,086.50 2,086.25 2,086.50 -1.00 2,089.00 2,086.25 02:35:27
ND 4,553.00 4,552.50 4,553.25 -3.00 4,559.75 4,553.00 02:35:17
CRUDE 47.86 47.85 47.87 -0.11 47.98 47.66 02:35:50
GAS 2.832 2.831 2.832 0.015 2.839 2.823 02:14:48
Mid-Day Report: Sterling Jumps on GDP, Euro Reversing - 21:20 2015/07/28
Sterling rebounds against dollar, yen and other European majors on the back of positive data. Q2 GDP growth accelerated to 0.7% qoq as expected. That's also the 10th consecutive quarter of growth and solidify the case for BoE to hike interest rate later. Markets are pricing in a rate hike
Daily Report: Yen Mildly Lower as Stocks Selloff Stabilized, UK GDP in Focus - 13:03 2015/07/28
Yen is mildly lower against other major currencies as Asian equities recovered from a three week low. This week's selloff as triggered by another rout in China seems to have temporarily stabilized. The MSCI Asia Pacific, outside Japan, index dropped as much as -0.8% earlier today. Nikkei is also nearly
US Session: Orders and Options Watch - 22:13 2015/07/27
EUR: The single currency maintained a firm undertone after intra-day rally to 1.1114, however, offers are still noted at 1.1120 and 1.1160, more selling interest is tipped at 1.1185 and 1.1200. On the downside bids are seen at 1.1040-50, 1.1020 and 1.1000, more buy orders are expected at 1.0980, 1.0965
Mid-Day Report: Markets Back in Risk Aversion as China Selloff Resumed - 21:28 2015/07/27
Global markets tumble sharply today as the selloff in China's stock market resumed. The Shanghai composite index dropped -345 pts, or -8.48% and led Asian equities lower. Major European indices followed with DAX down -220 pts, or -1.95% at the time of writing. CAC is down -96 pts, or -1.9%
European Session: Orders and Options Watch - 16:49 2015/07/27
EUR: The single currency surged today and offers at 1.1015-20, 1.1050-60, 1.1080 and 1.1100 were filled, however, sell orders are still noted at 1.1120 and 1.1160, more selling interest is tipped at 1.1185 and 1.1200. On the downside bids are raised to 1.1040-50, 1.1020 and 1.1000, more buy orders are
Daily Report: Asian Markets Lower on China and FOMC - 12:45 2015/07/27
Asian equities are generally lower in a new week, following last week's selloff in US. Sentiments are weighed down over slowdown in China's economy and investors are cautious ahead of FOMC meeting. It's generally expected that Fed will keep policies unchanged this week. Nonetheless, markets are expecting Fed to finally
Weekly Review and Outlook: Commodity Currencies Stayed Pressured, Dollar and Sterling Retreated ... - 23:13 2015/07/25
Selloff in commodity currencies continued last week as Aussie and Canadian dollar tumbled broadly. New Zealand dollar, on the other hand, recovered after RBNZ's 25bps rate cut, which was less dovish that expected. Aussie was pressured as copper extended recent slide to the lowest level since 2009 on weak demand
Mid-Day Report: Euro Mildly Lower on Weaker than Expected PMIs - 20:37 2015/07/24
Euro weakens mildly against dollar today on weaker than expected PMI data. Eurozone PMI manufacturing was unchanged at 52.5 in July but PMI services dropped to 53.8. German PMI manufacturing dropped to 51.5 while services PMI dropped to 53.7. Chief economist at Markit noted that "Eurozone economic growth lost only
China PMI Fell To Lowest Level In 15 Months - 15:38 2015/07/24
After HSBC terminated its PMI survey for China*, the newly renamed Caixin-Markit flash manufacturing PMI showed a decline to 48.2 in July, the lowest in 15 months. It was worse than June's final reading of 49.4 and consensus of 49.7. Looking into the details, the 'output' index dropped to a
Daily Report: Asians Stocks and Aussie Weighed Down by China Data - 14:35 2015/07/24
Asian equities are generally lower today on weak Chinese manufacturing data. Nikkei drops more than -120pts or -0.6% while HK HSI drops -245 pts, near to -1%. The newly renamed Caixin PMI fell -1.2 points to 48.2, the lowest level in 15 months. The market had anticipated a rise to