Mandy Nunes

Mandy Nunes is the Chief Marketing Officer for GV Markets. With 15 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry within the South African market, she has held various responsibilities within the business development, marketing, operations and regulatory space โ€“ leading to a very fitting position within the Trading and Investment environment. Mandy has notably been the editor of 'The Ordinary Millionaire', along with having written numerous pieces within the industry at large. Holding both legal and wealth management qualifications, her goal is to bring about massive success for, and within, GV Markets. GV Markets is a South African forex and CFD broker that offers comprehensive trading solutions to both retail and professional traders. GV Markets prides itself in being a well-regulated and reputable STP brokerage that works according to a No-Dealing Desk trading model, offering traders access to some of the best liquidity providers in the country.

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International News and Market Update: Microsoft surpasses profit and revenue,

Microsoft reported fiscal second-quarter profit and revenue that beat expectations. The stock initially dipped in extended trading, but turned higher after the company issued a revenue forecast that also beat estimates. Revenue rose 20% from the year-ago quarter, compared with growth of nearly 22% in the previous quarter, it said in a statement. Microsoft's net income rose 21% to $18.77 billion. The company had $36.77 billion in unrealized revenue at year-end, below the StreetAccount consensus of $36.90 billion. Microsoft said it expects to book 45% of its remaining $152 billion in performance obligations next year. That's the first time that percentage has slipped below 50% since at

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International News and Market Update: Peloton insiders sold nearly $500

Peloton executives and insiders sold nearly $500 million worth of stock before the stock fell sharply. That's according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Peloton shares have fallen more than 80% since their highs last year, hitting a 52-week low of $29.11 on Tuesday. John Foley, the company's CEO and co-founder, has sold $119 million worth of shares as of November 2020, according to SmartInsider. Most of his sales were for $110 a share or more. Many top executives also sold some of their shares at the right time. William Lynch, the company's president, sold more than $105 million worth of

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