Site map
العربية Български 中文 Čeština English Français Deutsch हिन्दी Bahasa Indonesia Italiano Bahasa Malay اردو Polski Português Română Русский Srpski Slovenský Español ไทย Nederlands Українська Vietnamese বাংলা Ўзбекча O'zbekcha Қазақша

InstaForex Client Area

  • Personal settings
  • Access to all InstaForex services
  • Detailed statistics and reports on trades
  • Full range of financial transactions
  • System of managing several accounts
  • Maximum data protection

InstaForex Partner Area

  • Full information on clients and commissions
  • Graphic statistics on accounts and clicks
  • Webmaster instruments
  • Ready-made web solutions and wide range of banners
  • High data protection level
  • Company's news, RSS feeds, and forex informers
Register account
Affiliate Program
cabinet icon

Another Lamborghini from InstaForex!Maybe it will be you who will take the keys!

Just make a deposit of at least $1,000 to your account!

Get the best trading conditions and attractive bonus offers! We have already given 6 legendary sports cars! But it does not stop there! The next Lamborghini Huracan of the latest generation may be yours!

InstaForex – invest in your victories!

Instant account opening

Get a letter of instructions
toolbar icon

Trading Platform

For mobile devices

For trading via browser

Gold prices drifted lower on Monday as traders went for riskier assets after China announced interest rate reforms and on news that Germany is likely to run a fiscal deficit to counter a possible recession.

News that the Trump administration is once again delaying restrictions on Chinese tech giant Huawei contributed as well to the increased risk appetite in the market.

The dollar index rose to a two-week high, climbing to 98.33.

Gold futures for December ended down $12.00, or about 0.8%, at $1,511.60 an ounce.

On Friday, gold futures for December ended down $7.60, or about 0.5%, at $1,1523.60 an ounce.

Silver futures for September ended down $0.182, at $16.940 an ounce, while Copper futures for September settled at $2.6015 per pound, gaining $0.0065.

Stock markets were also supported by Trump's positive comments about the U.S. economy. Trump told reporters that he does not foresee an economic downturn even after last week's yield curve inversion, which is widely seen as an early recession indicator.

"I don't think we're having a recession," Trump said. "We're doing tremendously well. Our consumers are rich. I gave a tremendous tax cut and they're loaded up with money."

The People's Bank of China said it would use market-based reform methods to help lower real lending rates and prop up a slowing economy.