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Cookie Policy – What is a cookie? A cookie (cookie) is a small file containing a set of textual information that a website transfers from your browser to your computer’s hard drive, temporarily for the duration of your visit or sometimes for a longer period, depending on the type of cookie. “Cookies perform specific functions (including distinguishing you from other users of the same website or storing specific information about you, such as your preferences) and are used by most websites to facilitate your browsing experience. Each cookie is unique to the user’s web browser and contains some anonymous information. “A cookie usually contains the name of the domain it came from, the duration of the cookie, and a value (usually in the form of a randomly generated number).

Types of cookies The main types of cookies used by websites are described below: Session cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in the browser only for the duration of the user’s visit and are deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies: they remain in the browser’s cookie file even after the browser is closed, sometimes for a year or more (the exact duration depends on the ‘lifetime’ of the individual cookie). Persistent cookies are used when a website operator needs to know who you are during more than one browsing session (for example, to remember your username or website personalization preferences). First-party cookies: These are cookies placed in your browser and/or hard drive by the website you are visiting. This involves assigning a unique identity to the user in order to track his or her movements within the site. Website operators often use third-party cookies for session management and recognition. Third-party cookies: These are cookies used by third parties, such as social networks, to track users’ visits to the various sites where they advertise. The website operator has no control over third-party cookies.

“Cookies” on this website and how to manage them – Cookie Policy – On this website, we use the cookies described in the table below to facilitate your use of our website. You have the right to withdraw your consent to our use of these cookies at any time. Removing or refusing to use cookies on this website will not significantly affect its functionality. However, it may cause some difficulty in navigating the website and some functions may become unavailable. Also, disabling a cookie or category of cookies will not delete an existing cookie from your browser, so this must be done separately in your browser. For information, please consult the “Help” option of your browser. The table below provides information about cookies, some of which are used on this website, including how to disable them and the resulting impact on website functionality. For more information on how to manage a specific type of cookie, including how to control or delete them, visit

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Contracts for difference (CFDs) are complex instruments that carry a significant risk of losing money quickly due to leverage. Between sixty-two and seventy-eight per cent of retail investor accounts experience financial losses due to trading CFDs. Consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take such a high risk of losing money. All information on  is published for informational purposes only. We do not in any way guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this information. Any action you take on the basis of the information provided on our website is at your own risk and the staff of shall not be liable for any loss and/or damage in connection with the use of the material provided on our website.

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