為什麼Alianne資產管理?

AAM是一個算法/混合型資產管理公司,專門從事外匯和期貨交易。 我們以具有知名券商專戶放在首位對客戶資金的安全。 我們也對我們的投資者提供巨大的流動性,透明度以及最終客戶端的控制。

這是我們唯一的目標一致地採取盡可能多的利潤盡可能從利用我們成熟的和專有的自動交易方法的市場。我們是財富的建設和資產保護您的一站式服務。

開戶與Alianne的好處

  • 帳戶由我們的算法交易系統和管理的專業人士雜交
  • 在這兩個市場的上升和下降的獲利機會
  • 不相關返回到任何國有股,共同基金和房地產投資
  • 交易系統遵循風險管理的原則
  • 資產保護和投資組合的多樣化
  • 24小時訪問自己的私人帳戶
  • 您保持您的投資的實益擁有人

技術可靠性

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我們的服務器之間是運行與99.999%的正常運行時間,每天24小時是世界上最可靠的。 Alianne使用算法來從入境點管理其投資組合的整個貿易週期,清算,因此我們需要連接所有的時間。 我們的客戶可以休息好知道我們的技術是眾多在世界上,真正使他們能夠安心投資的最佳和最可靠的。

市場觀察

貨幣匯率

儀器BidAskHighLow
EURUSD 1.08178 1.08181 1.08237 1.07988
USDJPY 108.839 108.846 109.081 108.349
GBPUSD 1.22368 1.22381 1.22649 1.22097
USDCHF 0.97715 0.97721 0.97847 0.97546
...

更新 2020-04-06 03:55:01 UTC

市場動態

Dow futures head 250 points higher Sunday evening as U.S. braces for tough coronavirus week

Sun, 05 Apr 2020 22:29:21 GMT

U.S. stock-index futures Sunday evening trade up by more than 1%, even as investors brace for a tough week of rising cases and death tolls related to the new strain of coronavirus that has ravaged the U.S. and caused a near shutdown of the economy. Investors may also watch reports that U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized on Sunday as a precautionary measure after the British leader contracted the deadly illness about 10 days ago. Futures for the Dow Industrial Average were up 278 points, or 1.3%, at 21,234, those for the S&P 500 index were up 35.55 points, or 1.5%, at 2,519, while Nasdaq-100 futures advanced 122 points, or 1.6%, at 7,642.25. New cases new cases around the world jumped by more than 100,000 in a single day on Sunday for the first time, and a third of those new cases were from the U.S., where New York has emerged as one of the epicenters of the outbreak that started in December. The disease has infected nearly 1.3 million people world-wide and has killed more than 69,000 people, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Cases in the U.S. stand at more than 330,000. Cities including New York, Detroit and New Orleans are expected to see a surge in infections in the coming days, according to experts. U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said that the week ahead may be the hardest week for Americans since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and other tragedies. "This is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment, our 9/11 moment, only it's not going to be localized," he told Fox News on Sunday. "It's going to be happening all over the country. And I want America to understand that," he said. Meanwhile, St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said Sunday that he didn't believe the U.S. economy or jobs market was in "free fall" as the coronavirus sweeps the country. "We're asking people to stay home to invest in national health, and we're asking them to use the unemployment insurance program in order to get the transfers they need to be able to pay bills while they're at home, while they're not able to work because health authorities are trying to get the virus under control," Bullard said on CBS' "Face the Nation." On Friday, markets ended sharply lower after the worst jobs report in 11 years.

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Boeing extends Seattle-area production shutdown due to coronavirus

Sun, 05 Apr 2020 21:19:06 GMT

Boeing Co. said Sunday it is extending its temporary shutdown of production facilities in the Seattle area "until further notice" due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company halted is airplane manufacturing there last month, saying at the time it was intended to last two weeks. "The health and safety of our employees, their families and our communities is our shared priority," said Stan Deal, Boeing's CEO of commercial airplanes, in a statement Sunday. "We will take this time to continue to listen to our incredible team and assess applicable government direction, the spread of the coronavirus in the community and the reliability of our suppliers to ensure we are ready for a safe and orderly return to operations." Boeing said additional measures to ensure worker safety would also be taken, including signs to encourage physical distancing, more thorough cleanings of work areas and staggered shift times. Boeing shares are down 62% year to date, compared to the 26% decline by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, of which it is a component.

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COVID-19 case tally: 1.22 million cases worldwide, 65,711 deaths

Sun, 05 Apr 2020 13:18:16 GMT

The number of cases of COVID-19 around the world rose to 1.22 million on Sunday, while the U.S. case tally passed 300,000 according to aggregated data from Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering's Centers for Systems Science and Engineering. There are now 65,711 fatalaties around the world from the novel coronavirus that has sickened people in 182 countries, the data show. About 252,538 people have recovered. The U.S still has the most number of cases worldwide, at 312,249 and at least 8,503 deaths. Another 15,021 people have recovered. In Europe, Spain has 130,759 cases and 12,418 deaths. Italy has 124,632 cases and 15,362 fatalaties, making it the highest in the world. Germany has the fourth highest tally at 96,108 but just 1,446 deaths. France has 90,853 cases and 7,574 deaths. China, where the virus was first reported late last year, has 82,602 cases and 3,333 deaths. Iran, another hot spot, has 58,226 cases and 3,603 deaths.

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FDIC closes small West Virginia bank, moves deposits to MVB Bank

Sat, 04 Apr 2020 14:04:22 GMT

A small bank in West Virginia has become the first institution to fail during the coronavirus crisis, though the bank had been experiencing difficulties since 2015 and its 2019 capital levels were too low, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. announced Friday. The First State Bank of Barboursville, with $152 million in total assets, was closed Friday by the West Virginia Division of Financial Institutions. The bank's $139.5 million in deposits will be acquired by MVB Bank Inc. of Fairmont, W. Va. The four branches of The First State Bank were set to reopen as branches of MVB Bank on Saturday, the FDIC said.

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United Airlines cuts 80% of capacity, expects bigger reduction in May

Fri, 03 Apr 2020 22:31:43 GMT

United Airlines Holdings Inc. shares fell in the extended session Friday after the airline announced huge capacity cuts and expects more to come. United shares fell 6% after hours, following a 2.3% decline to close the regular session at $22.89. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, United said it has cut about 80% of its capacity in April with even larger cuts expected in May. In the meantime, United said it will evaluate and cancel flights on a rolling 90-day basis until demand recovers. The airline said it is losing more than $100 million a day in revenue and that it expects fourth-quarter revenue to be down at least 30% from the year-ago period. Crain's Chicago Business reported late Friday that United has also filed for a federal grant in order to keep paying employees. United shares are down 74% for the year, while the S&P 500 index is down 23%.

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