Our diverse client base consists of large publicly listed and private companies, SMEs and financial institutions from a variety of sectors across the globe. Service is in the attention to detail, which is why our team of experienced and professional currency specialists mould our services around a client’s specific business needs.
Deliverable Foreign Exchange
Managing FX risk effectively can ensure a number of cost efficiencies across the business. As a leading commercial broker of deliverable FX, we offer our clients a comprehensive suite of FX execution products and unparalleled guidance for corporate clients and high net-worth individuals in need of managing exposure in the foreign exchange market.
Global Payment Solutions
Our innovative global online platform is designed to enable fast, safe and secure same-day and spot foreign currency transactions in over 60 different currencies across the world. Within Monex Pay, clients can instruct FX trades and manage FX-related payments, whilst benefiting from sharper pricing and deeper liquidity.
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*Financial figures represent all entities of Monex S.A.B., are stated in US dollars and are as of December 31, 2019.
into the FX market
We provide our clients with proactive, timely analysis and insight into the currency markets, alongside bespoke analysis for our clients on their individual currency requirements.
Recognised as one of the most accurate currency forecasters, Monex Europe is consistently ranked at the top of forecasting tables such as FX Week, Thomson Reuters FX polls and Bloomberg FX forecast accuracy rankings.
in the Media
Our industry-leading FX analysts are quoted on a daily basis in international press and on major news and business channels including Bloomberg, Sky News, BBC World News, The Financial Times, City AM and The Guardian.
The improved market sentiment weighed on the US dollar in yesterday’s trading session and saw the dollar index fall by another 0.23% after already having weakened over 1.5% since the start of the month. High inflationary pressures are likely priced into the US dollar now following Tuesday’s muted USD reaction to the CPI figures from March, meaning that today’s retail sales, which are set to jump by 5.8% MoM, may have a higher impact on procyclical currencies than on USD itself.
Recovery prospects remain optimistic as the vaccine roll-out is set to pick up this month, and euro traders chose to shrug off any jitters around the Johnson & Johnson vaccination pause which may delay the vaccination progress.
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