Tag: DKK

February 21, 2015 BY Andrew Saks-McLeod

Denmark set to impose capital control laws

The restriction of the free movement of sovereign currency is often regarded as the preserve of non-free market economies with despotic governments. Denmark is now considering implementing capital control laws, representing the first Western nation to ever do so, with its central bank aiming to defend the Krone's peg against the Euro at all costs

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February 12, 2015 BY Maria Nikolova

EXNESS adjusts margin requirements on risky currency pairs

Retail Forex broker EXNESS has joined the growing group of companies taking extra measures to limit currency trading risks by adjusting margin requirements on certain trading instruments. The company has announced that it will raise margin requirements on a number of pairs, starting from February 16, 2015, with the changes applying to all trading account…

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February 06, 2015 BY Maria Nikolova

Dukascopy cuts leverage on pairs with Danish krone to 1:10

Dukascopy Bank and its arm Dukascopy Europe will reduce the maximum leverage on currency pairs with the Danish krone to 1:10. The changes will be effective as of February 8, 2015 (Monday) and will affect positions with EUR/DKK (Euro vs Danish krone) and USD/DKK (US dollar vs Danish krone), the company said in an announcement.…

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