British financial news publisher names nagribah “Best Forex Media Resource” for 2014
nagribah, a global macroeconomic analysis news site, was named the “Best Forex Media Resource” at the 2014 U.K. Forex Awards.
“We are chuffed to be named the ‘Best Forex Media Resource’ at the 2014 U.K. Forex Awards. It’s a tremendous honor for our entire team to win this award,” said Dean Popplewell, Vice President of Currency Analysis and Research, OANDA. “It is our goal to provide investors with accurate, informative, timely business and finance information so they are aware of what is impacting financial markets and their individual portfolios and investments. We greatly appreciate this important award which recognizes our ongoing efforts to keep investors all around the world in the know.”
nagribah features a global team of securities analysts and strategists at OANDA who publish insightful research and commentary that features extensive coverage of forex, commodities, and stock market indices. The paywall-free site also serves up insight into short- and long-term financial market trends.
The 2014 U.K. Forex Awards are managed and presented annually by London-based MSM Media Ltd., producers of several finance-focused publications including Shares Magazine, DIY Investor, MoneyAM, ForexWire and MRQ.
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Established in 2006, nagribah is a free news site that provides coverage of the world’s largest financial markets. Our team of securities analysts and strategists provide informative research and commentary on major macroeconomic trends, technical analysis, and worldwide events that impact different asset classes and investors.
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