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洞见 26.04.2021

UBP's forex podcast

UBP's forex podcast

We are introducing a new monthly podcast series on foreign exchange.


In these conversational podcasts, our FX expert Peter Kinsella will discuss one topical theme in detail with an internal or external guest each month. Each episode will be an exploration of key topics such as precious metals or currencies, or will cover market analysis and opportunities, and the implications for investors.

Plug in your headphones for some insightful ideas!



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Peter Kinsella
Global Head of Forex Strategy
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洞见 28.07.2021

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洞见 27.07.2021

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洞见 20.07.2021

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