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Founded in 2016 and with offices in Russia, XPO endeavours to deliver innovative solutions to the investment management community at large. These range from spot to derivative trading solutions through index services and technology products. XPO expertise and technological prowess enable us to bring disruptive best-in-class solutions to the financial market.

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We have no alternative business interests. This means that we are single-mindedly committed to do well for our investors and for ourselves.

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XPO provides a way to track the performance of the forex, CFD & crypto markets as a whole by holding a single index asset. Index funds have consistently beaten the average managed fund since their inception.

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There are literally thousands of trading script for investors to choose from. Choice paralysis: choice adds cost, complexity and the need for advice. XPO eliminates this complexity for all kind of investors.

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We believe in the power of ideas over a top-down investing approach or philosophy. We seek out and embrace diverse thinking and ideas to create the best outcomes for our clients and their differing needs.

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This is why we’re trusted to manage $1.3 trillion of assets*, giving our clients the confidence of working with a partner with size, scale and stability, who takes the utmost pride in their duty of care.


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Crypto Notebook
Anisa Zotova
3.77% 16.48% $ 6049559.655706065
Profit Magnet
Alevtina Pavlova
3.29% 12.549999999999999% $ 9080099.831518011
Metropolis FX
Larisa Sokolov
4.76% 16.060000000000002% $ 6937358.3448971305
Future Chain Index
Anna Zotova
3.59% 12.19% $ 23742733.080110233
Backyard Trade
Guzel Seleznyov
2.58% 10.5% $ 4812452.130264629
Profit Folio
Moses Bykova
3.99% 14.340000000000002% $ 8751612.159
Index Unicorn
Plato Mordvinova
3.55% 15.88% $ 10723045.6496
Dinaro Club
Proclus Sergeyeva
4.26% 17.65% $ 5929398.531389958
Hunting Machine
Nikita Maslov
3.24% 14.34% $ 9349209.99447398
Deriva Forex Index
Vladlen Maslov
4.94% 15.63% $ 13420768.488373403

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Proclus Sergeyeva


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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The favorite to win Mexico's presidential election in June, Claudia Sheinbaum, on Monday outlined a plan to invest $13.57 billion in new energy generation projects through 2030.

The ambitious program plans to increase wind and solar power generation and would modernize five hydroelectric plants. It would represent a significant shift from the policies of current President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who since taking office in late 2018 has prioritized strengthening state oil company Pemex over renewables.

"We have to speed up the promotion of renewable energies," Sheinbaum told a group of Mexican businessmen on Monday, where she specified that the new projects would add 13.66 gigawatts to the energy grid.

"We are working on the national energy plan not only through 2030, but to 2050," Sheinbaum said, referring to the deadline set by international agreements on climate change.

If she wins the June 2 election, the former Mexico City mayor will be the nation's first female president and will remain in office until 2030.

Sheinbaum, a close ally of Lopez Obrador, holds a comfortable lead of more than 20 percentage points over her closest challenger, opposition candidate Xochitl Galvez.

The 61-year-old scientist has assured that, if she becomes president, she will carry on her predecessor's legacy, but change course in her approach to energy in prioritizing renewables.

However, Sheinbaum's plan outlined on Monday would also include the construction of gas-burning power plants.

Lopez Obrador has poured government funds into the heavily indebted Pemex during his administration, though the consequences of his "rescue" of the state firm will likely fall to his successor, sources told Reuters. 

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Gold prices rose in Asian trade, sitting close to record highs as safe haven demand remained underpinned by concerns over worsening geopolitical tensions between Iran and Israel.

But a spike in the dollar limited bigger gains in the yellow metal, as growing expectations of higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates pushed up Treasury yields. 

Still, the yellow metal was sitting on stellar gains over the past two weeks, buoyed chiefly by increased safe haven demand.

Spot gold rose 0.1% to $2,385.35 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in June rose 0.7% to a record high of $2,401.50 an ounce by 00:17 ET (04:17 GMT). Spot gold had hit a record high of $2,431.53 an ounce on Friday, shortly before Iran launched a drone and missile strike on Israel. 

Iran-Israel tensions spur safe haven demand for gold

The yellow metal’s recent run-up was fueled largely by worsening geopolitical tensions in the Middle East, after Iran attacked Israel over the weekend. Media reports said that Israel’s response to the strike was “imminent.” 

An all-out war between the two countries could potentially draw in other Middle Eastern powers, as well as the U.S. and its allies. 

Fears of such a scenario fueled demand for gold, which is seen as a traditional safe haven for its relative price stability, especially in times of global strife.

The yellow metal was also supported by central bank buying over the past year, especially in emerging markets, amid growing fears of a global economic downturn in 2024.

Spot gold was trading up 15.5% so far in 2024. 

Powell speech on tap as rate fears grow 

Markets were now awaiting a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell later on Tuesday for more cues on potential interest rate cuts this year. 

The speech comes shortly after strong inflation and retail sales data saw traders largely price out expectations for an interest rate cut in June. 

This notion limited some upside in gold, as traders bought dollars as a hedge against potentially higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates.

Other precious metals were mixed on Tuesday. Platinum futures fell 0.3% to $981.30 an ounce, while silver futures rose 0.6% to $28.880 an ounce.

Copper prices dip from 22-mth high after mixed Chinese data 

Among industrial metals, copper prices fell from 22-month highs on Tuesday, as data from top importer China offered mixed cues.

Three-month copper futures on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.3% to $9,544.50 a ton, while one-month U.S. copper futures fell 0.6% to $4.3515 a pound. 

While gross domestic product data showed China’s economy grew more than expected in the first quarter, industrial production and retail sales readings for March showed that this momentum appeared to be already waning. 

Still, the prospect of tighter copper markets, after several Chinese copper refiners flagged production cuts- kept copper prices trading close to 22-month highs. 

Among other metals, aluminum prices cooled after the prospect of tighter supplies, following stricter western sanctions on Russia, pushed prices to 22-month highs.

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Arkady Kovalev


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BA, Argentina, April 3rd, 2024, Chainwire

C3.io, the hybrid self-custodial cross-chain exchange, has launched on Solana. In celebration of this milestone, C3.io is offering an enticing reward to its users: 1,000,000 $PYTH tokens.

c3.io is a next-generation self-custodial exchange, on a mission to transform the cryptocurrency market structure by offering a secure, transparent, and trustless platform for trading.

Designed to realign the crypto industry with its foundational principles of openness and trustlessness, C3.io allows users to trade cryptocurrencies on a top-tier platform while maintaining full control over their funds, ensuring immunity to the insolvency risks that have plagued the industry in recent years.

C3.io Receives 1M $PYTH Rewards

In a significant move to advance integration and trading precision, C3.io has been awarded a grant of 1,000,000 $PYTH tokens.Through this partnership, the platform demonstrates its commitment to providing a high-quality trading environment, while also offering users the opportunity to contribute to its evolution.

How to Get the $PYTH Rewards

Users can receive $PYTH rewards by reclaiming a percentage of every trade done via C3.io. The first Tuesday of every month is our points redeeming week - when you can claim your C3 points and $PYTH rewards. You have one week to claim the points. In order to be notified when the next redeeming week is available, be sure to follow us on Twitter and join our Discord server.

This promotion not only incentivizes trading activity on the exchange but also enhances the trading experience by providing additional value back to its users. To benefit from this rewards mechanism, users simply need to engage in trading activities on C3.io, and the $PYTH tokens will be credited to their accounts based on the eligible trade volumes they generate.

$C3 Points Loyalty Program

C3.io recently launched a loyalty program aimed at rewarding users for their engagement and participation on the platform. To receive a 25% boost in points, users are required to stake a minimum of 1,000 $PYTH tokens. This staking must be done exclusively on the staking platform available at staking.pyth.network. All wallets associated with the account that performs the staking will be eligible for the boost.

These loyalty points will unlock exclusive benefits in the future, specifically designed to reward the platform's early adopters.

The key advantage here is that the earlier you join and participate, the more rewards you will receive.

Unlocking Rewards on C3.io: A User's Guide


  • Engage in Trading on C3.io: Users should actively trade on C3.io to qualify for $PYTH rewards, taking advantage of the platform's secure and self-custodial nature.
  • Follow Social Media and Join the Community: To stay informed about the points redeeming week and other important updates, users should follow C3.io on Twitter and join C3's Discord server and Telegram channel.
  • Participate in the $PYTH Rewards Program: Make sure to claim $PYTH rewards during the designated redeeming week, enhancing the value received from trading activities on the platform.
  • Join the C3 Points Loyalty Program: Stake at least 1K $PYTH to receive a 25% points boost, leveraging early participation to maximize rewards from the loyalty program.

These steps will enable users to fully benefit from the features and rewards offered by C3.io, while contributing to the platform's growth and success, enjoying early adopters rewards.

Moscow Mule
Yolanda Kolesnikova


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Investing.com - The U.S. dollar fell to a one-week low Thursday, handing back some of its recent gains amid uncertainty over the path of U.S. interest rates and ahead of the release of more labor market data.

At 04:00 ET (09:00 GMT), the Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies, traded 0.1% lower at 103.855, retreating from the five-month high of 105.10 seen earlier this week.

Uncertainty over Fed's cutting plan

Fed chief Jerome Powell, in a speech to the Stanford Graduate School of Business on Wednesday, made it clear that the U.S. central bank was still studying data before starting to cut interest rates.

An unexpected slowdown in U.S. services growth but stronger than expected private sector jobs growth created uncertainty on Wednesday.

There’s more data to digest Thursday, including the weekly initial jobless claims, but it’s Friday’s widely-watched official monthly payrolls report that will attract the most attention.

Before Friday’s data, the focus is also on addresses by other members of the Fed’s rate-setting committee. FOMC members Michelle Bowman and Thomas Barkin are set to speak at separate events later on Thursday.. 

“Currently, markets price 72bp of Fed easing this year and a terminal rate for the easing cycle in three to four years' time at around the 3.60% area,” said analysts at ING, in a note. 

“That terminal rate seems quite high and was priced at 3.00% last December. The dollar will move lower if that terminal rate is priced lower. But that will require benign US data – which is far from clear over the next week.” 

Sterling, euro slump

In Europe, EUR/USD rose 0.2% to 1.0858, helped by data showing eurozone business activity expanded last month for the first time since May 2023.

HCOB's composite Purchasing Managers' Index for the eurozone, compiled by S&P Global, climbed to 50.3 in March from February's 49.2, improving on a preliminary 49.9 estimate.

That said, European inflation came in softer-than-expected on Wednesday, reinforcing expectations for a European Central Bank rate cut in June.

GBP/USD rose 0.1% to 1.2578, after activity data suggested Britain's economy was on track to exit recession when official first-quarter growth data is next published.

The S&P Global Composite Purchasing Managers' Index - which covers private-sector services and manufacturing firms - edged down to 52.8 in March from February's 53.0, but remained firmly above the 50 level which separates contraction from expansion.

USD/JPY close to key 152 level

USD/JPY edged higher at 151.75, remaining close to the levels last seen in 1990, with traders on edge over any potential government intervention in currency markets. 

A slew of top Japanese officials had warned markets over speculating against the yen, and that they would not rule out any measures to bring down the pair.

USD/CNY edged higher to 7.2337, remaining above the closely-watched 7.2 level with sentiment towards the yuan still fragile.

Dinaro Club
Proclus Sergeyeva


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Vice President Kamala Harris and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator (EPA) Michael Regan on Thursday announced eight organizations that will oversee the spending of $20 billion in grants to fund tens of thousands of clean energy and transportation projects in disadvantaged communities across the United States.

The $20 billion, made available through the $27 billion Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) created in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act, will largely be invested in projects ranging from home energy retrofitting programs to off-grid renewable energy in communities that have not had access to green financing.

The selected organizations will create a national clean financing network that will help kickstart projects over the next seven years that are expected to reduce or avoid up to 40 million metric tons of climate pollution annually.

“The grantees announced today will help ensure that families, small businesses, and community leaders have access to the capital they need to make climate and clean energy projects a reality in their neighborhoods,” Harris said in a statement.

The EPA plans to get the money to the organizations by September this year. The GGRF has been a target of congressional Republicans, who passed a resolution this year attempting to repeal what they have called a climate "slush fund."

Three non-profit coalitions comprised of community development financial institutions, local green banks and other community lending organizations were chosen to distribute $14 billion from a National Clean Investment Fund (NCIF), that aims to support affordable clean technology projects nationwide.

Another five groups have been chosen to administer the $6 billion Clean Communities Investment Accelerator, which will provide funding and technical assistance to community lenders working to back clean technology projects in low-income and disadvantaged communities.

Of the $20 billion, at least $4 billion will be dedicated to investment in rural communities and $1.5 billion will be directed to programs benefiting tribal nations.

The grantees are expected to mobilize almost $7 of private capital for every $1 of federal funds they spend.

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Melania Nevzorov


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(Reuters) -Global oil benchmark Brent on Tuesday rose above $89 a barrel for the first time since October, albeit briefly, as oil supplies faced fresh threats from Ukrainian attacks on Russian energy facilities and escalating conflict in the Middle East.

Brent futures for June delivery were up $1.35, or 1.5%, at $88.76 a barrel by 11:40 a.m. EDT (1540 GMT) after touching a peak of $89.08.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures for May rose $1.27, or about 1.5%, to $84.98 after touching a peak of $85.46, also the highest since October.

A Ukrainian drone struck one of Russia's biggest refineries on Tuesday in an attack that Russia initially said it repelled.

Russia's Astrakhan gas processing plant, controlled by energy giant Gazprom (MCX:GAZP), also halted production of petroleum products after a repair-related stoppage on March 30, the company said on Tuesday, confirming an earlier report from Reuters.

A Reuters analysis of images showing the impact of the attack suggests it hit the refinery's primary oil refining unit, which accounts for about half of the plant's total annual production capacity of 340,000 barrels per day (bpd), though it did not appear to have caused serious damage.

Russia, among the top three global oil producers and one of the largest exporters of oil products, has been contending with a spate of Ukrainian attacks on its oil refineries and has mounted its own attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure.

"The likelihood that continued restricted Russian product exports could further tighten US petroleum supplies has suddenly forced re-calculation of US (oil) balances across the rest of this month and possibly beyond," said Jim Ritterbusch, president of Ritterbusch and Associates LLC.

In the Middle East, Iran has vowed to take revenge on Israel for an airstrike that killed two of its top generals and five other military advisers at the Iranian embassy compound in Damascus.

Israel has been at war against Iran-backed Palestinian group Hamas in Gaza, but direct Iranian involvement could spark a "region-wide conflict with plausible impact on oil supply," said Tamas Varga at oil broker PVM.

Elsewhere, an ecological organisation on Tuesday said a European satellite had spotted an oil spill in the northern Caspian Sea near Kazakhstan's giant Kashagan oilfield.

Markets are also looking ahead to Wednesday's ministerial panel meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, together known as OPEC+. The panel is unlikely to recommend any change in oil output policy, OPEC+ sources told Reuters.

The demand outlook perked up, meanwhile, as March data showed an expansion in Chinese manufacturing activity for the first time in six months and in the U.S. for the first time in a year and a half.

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Zemfira Zaitseva


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The Canadian Dollar added to gains vs. its U.S. counterpart today, with the loonie supported by broad-risk on sentiment, and as markets continued to digest yesterday’s more-hawkish than expected rate-hold from the Bank of Canada.

Meanwhile, the greenback continued to retreat following a reiteration of coming rate cuts this year from Fed Chair Jerome Powell as he continued his testimony to the Senate today. 

Analysts at Commerzbank (ETR:CBKG) note that the BoC’s more hawkish tone relative to Powell’s comments indicate that the BoC is likely to move in lockstep with - or later than the Fed, implying further upside for the loonie in coming months.  

Commerzbank analysts note, “Some market participants were expecting a more dovish tone in the statement. The fact that the BoC did not deliver reinforces our view that the BoC is unlikely to cut rates until after the Fed.”

“We therefore continue to see upside potential for the CAD in the coming months.”

Following the BoC’s rate decision yesterday, markets now expect rate cuts in July rather than in June, as had been priced in before the Canadian central bank’s interest rate announcement. 

Jerome Powell’s testimony meanwhile has served to strengthen bets of a rate cut from the Fed in June.

Further impetus to the pair will come from tomorrow’s Canadian employment data, and U.S. Nonfarm Payrolls for February, which markets will be watching to gain further possible insights on the rate path forward for the Canadian and U.S. central banks. 

On a technical level for the pair, analysts at FXStreet note that “Thursday’s decline drags the USD/CAD pair back into the 200-day Simple Moving Average (SMA) at 1.3477, and the immediate technical floor is priced in at the last meaningful swing low toward 1.3350.”

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TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Friday, driven by growing demand in the United States and China, the world's biggest oil consumers, and as the U.S. Federal Reserve gave a positive signal on possibility of rate cuts.

Brent crude futures were up 0.45%, or 37 cents, at $83.32 a barrel at 0110 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose 0.61%, or 48 cents, to $79.44.

Data released by Energy Information Administration showed that U.S. gasoline inventories fell by 4.5 million barrels last week, and distillate stockpiles were down by 4.1 million barrels. Both fell more than expected in a sign of a strong demand.

"With the U.S. driving season just in the horizon, the market could get even tighter in coming weeks," ANZ Research said in a note.

In China, imports of crude oil rose 5.1% in the first two months of 2024 from a year earlier, and India's fuel consumption increased 5.7% year-on-year in February amid strong factory activity in the world's third-biggest oil importer and consumer.

After accounting for the extra day in February this year, crude oil imports in China were up by 3.3% in annual terms, Capital Economics said in a note, in line with expectations of a demand increase for the year.

"But that growth will be substantially lower than in 2023 when the end of zero-covid restrictions led to a surge in activity in the transport and travel sectors," the note said.

Providing additional support to oil prices, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Thursday that the U.S. central bank was "not far" from gaining enough confidence that inflation is faling to begin cutting interest rates.

In Canada, TC Energy (NYSE:TRP)'s Keystone oil pipeline resumed service on Thursday after going offline and temporarily restricting a major conduit of Canadian oil to the United States - one of the factors supporting prices in the previous session.

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Oil prices fell in Asian trade on Monday, extending steep losses from the prior session as markets remained uncertain over demand, especially in the face of higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates.

Focus was now on a string of key economic readings this week, as well as more signals from the Federal Reserve on the path of interest rates. 

Concerns over slowing demand, especially after hawkish signals from the Fed, were a key weight on crude prices last week, dragging them about 3% lower on Friday and also wiping out all gains for the week.

Demand concerns largely outweighed signs of continued geopolitical instability in the Middle East, which had offered oil some support earlier in 2024 as markets feared potential supply disruptions. 

Brent oil futures expiring in April fell 0.5% to $81.24 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell 0.4% to $75.75 a barrel by 20:14 ET (01:14 GMT). 

Inflation, rate cues on tap 

Inflation data from several major economies is due this week, including Japan, Australian, the euro zone and the U.S.

In the case of the U.S., PCE price index data- which is the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge- is due later in the week, and is also expected to factor into the central bank’s plans for interest rates later in 2024.

Traders were seen largely pricing out chances of rate cuts in May and June, as a chorus of Fed officials warned that the bank was in no hurry to begin trimming rates.

Comments from several more Fed officials are also on tap later this week.

US GDP, China PMIs awaited 

Focus this week is also on a second reading on U.S. fourth-quarter gross domestic product, which is expected to reiterate that while economic growth remained ahead of its developed-world peers, it still slowed from the prior quarter. 

But growth is still expected to remain robust enough to keep interest rates higher for longer in the country.

Purchasing managers index data from China is also due later this week, and is expected to provide more cues on a slowing economic recovery in the country.

But a string of recent stimulus measures, as well as signs of some pick-up in consumer spending drummed up hopes over a sustained economic recovery in the world’s largest oil importer.


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