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Options Daily Review April 2, 2019

Options Daily Review for April 2, 2019 Lyft stock falls below IPO price; options to begin trading Thursday CBOE Global Markets Inc. said Monday that it expects options on shares of Lyft Inc. to begin trading on April 4. Lyft shares, which debuted on Friday,…   GBP/USD drops 60+ pips as UK parliament again rejects Brexit options in indicative voting The Cable drops more than 60 pips after the UK secretary Stephen Barclay said no solution has won a majority in today’s indicative voting on Brexit proposals.   Have a…

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Google Maps platform adds new styles and gameplay options for mobile games

“Google unveiled a platform a year ago that enable game developers to create location-based games based on its Google Maps technology” writes Dean Takahashi for venturebeat.com. And now the company is unveiling new options for art styles and gameplay just ahead of the Game Developers Conference.Those games used the power of Google Maps and real-time global understanding of the world to take mobile gaming to the next level.A number of game developers have used the platform in the past year to make games like Ludia’s Jurassic World: Alive. Source: venturebeat.com

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FFAJ FX and Binary Options Volumes Fall MoM in February

“Similar to OTC trading volumes, when measured against January, this is down by 37.9 per cent” writes Celeste Skinner for financemagnates.com. During the second month of 2019, the number of OTC forex margin trading operators registered with the FFAJ was 54.When comparing this against January, which reported a trading volume of ¥35 billion, this represents a fall of 1.6 per cent.The trading volumes for on-exchange contracts does not look much better in February, with trading volumes falling by 27.5 per cent from ¥2.4 trillion in January of 2019 down to…

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US authorities cast wider net in fight against binary options fraudsters

“Lissa Mel was charged on November 16, 2018 by criminal information with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud” reports financefeeds.com. Lissa Mel is an Israeli citizen who is alleged to have participated in a conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with the sale and marketing of binary options.Defendant Austin Smith (a/k/a “John Ried”) was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a criminal information on February 25, 2019.Defendant Yair Hadar (a/k/a “Steven Gold”) was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire…

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