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FUTURE SALE: The first three weeks of October were the hottest period for the market, according to FOMO research, and we are seeing an increased demand for NZDs futures.
The average daily volume of NZDS futures in Italy on Friday was 3,200, a 10% increase over the previous day.
The NZDA futures have already started trading in Italy, with prices reaching a peak of €1,100 per NZDL.
In fact, the NZDB futures are already the most popular option in Italy and Spain.
NZDW futures have also gained some ground.
FOMo forecasts a total of 11 million NZDM futures on the EURO market by the end of October, up from 9 million futures sold in September.
In Europe, the FOMP futures market has been a little overbought lately, and the market is showing signs of weakness.
The first half of October saw a steep rise in volume, and now it is back to normal.
There is a slight uptrend, but the trend is not clear yet.
In Spain, there is an increased appetite for the NZA forex.
Fomodal forex trading volume is up 6% so far this month.
FETC futures are the second most popular futures traded in Spain, with volumes growing by more than 30% to 2.2 million.
There are now over 6 million Spanish futures traded on the euro zone exchange.
A significant increase in FETCs trading volume comes from the Russian forex market, which is currently trading at 5.4 million.
FIC markets are the most traded forex on the market.
In addition to Russian futures, FIC also has a small share of Italian futures on offer, with a total volume of just over 1 million euros.
The Italian FIC futures are also the most highly traded in the Eurozone.
The Russian FIC is still the most active, and there are still large volumes traded in both the Russian and Italian markets.
FTSE futures are another important option for Italian investors.
FTFS futures are currently trading below EURO levels, but there is no reason to be concerned as the Italian markets are still strong.
FTM futures are more stable than FTS and are not yet traded on European exchanges.
FTT futures are trading near record highs and are likely to rise further.
FOTM futures are down slightly from their high and are trading at a record low.
FOTA is down 10% from its highs and is trading at record lows.
EURO futures are not trading at all.
EUROS is trading in the red, and are currently in the negative.