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FX news: CNBC announces prime-time currency show

Retail FX trading in the US has gone mainstream with the announcement of a new show on CNBC to be aired at 5.30pm (ET). Called Money in motion currency trading, the live broadcast starts February 25; the programme will also be shown on CNBC Europe, Middle East and Africa and CNBC Australia. The show will be co-sponsored by US retail FX platform FXCM and Gain Capital's

“A program dedicated to currencies has never been more relevant,” says Susan Krakower, CNBC’s senior vice-president, strategic programming and development. “CNBC is an investor-focused network and this programme will teach viewers how to harness the power of the $4 trillion currency market.”

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