• July 15, 2009

A Swap Free Forex Account

Swap free Forex accounts are set up specifically for Islamic Forex trading. These accounts specifically apply to Forex accounts that must be free of swaps and interest earnings. All of these accounts comply with Shariah laws and do not accumulate interest or swap fees.

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Trading Islamic Forex with Middle East Currencies

Islamic jurists generally agree that the currencies of different countries can be exchanged with those of different countries on a spot basis at a rate that is different from units. This is because currencies of different countries are unique and have different intrinsic values and purchasing power.

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Top Ten Islamic Forex Sites

I have done quite a bit of research on Islamic Forex sites and can tell you there are many that are available to you. The top ten Islamic Forex sites that I have found are as follows.

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The Basics of Islamic Forex Trading

Forex trading is the exchange of one foreign currency for another. The term Forex is derived from the two words foreign and exchange. It is basically the simultaneous buying of one currency and the selling of another. These exchanges take place in pairs of currency.

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Top 5 Middle East rapports for fundamental analysis

The Middle East is one of the most volatile regions of all, as well as being a major player in the crude. It is one market that a savvy business man needs to always keep on monitoring. As crude oil moves out of the Middle East in large quantities, the foreign exchange market in that particular region

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The Top Three Islamic Trading Centers in the Middle East

The Middle East region now has three main trading centers and the stakes are very high in terms of investment potential of the Gulf. These financial centers include: the Bahrain Financial Harbor (BFH), the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) and the Qatar Financial Center Regulatory Authority (QFC).

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