InterStellar supports the trading of global products
Why choose InterStellar for trading?

Strict observance of supervision requirements

InterStellar constantly complies with international supervision requirements, and embraces stable operation around the world. Customer funds and working capital of the Company are managed separately and deposited in various banking institutions. At InterStellar, we will never apply customer funds to operations or other investments of the Company. InterStellar keeps taking the funds safety of customers as its top mission.

Open and Transparent Trading Environment

InterStellar provides more than 90 varieties of trading products for investors. By docking with the top liquidity in the world, orders could be executed within several milliseconds. InterStellar discloses all market data of products and will never apply any hidden terms or set any trading restriction. At InterStellar, we are dedicated to creating a pure and transparent trading environment without any re-quote or manual intervention.

24-Hours Customer Support

To provide top services to customers, our professional multilingual service team is available for consulting services around the clock from Monday to Friday. You may reach us through telephone, e-mails or real-time chat.

Multi-terminal Support for Trading in International Market at Ease

We provides the universally accepted trading software of MetaTrader 4 (MT4) to customers, and support the multi-terminal operations like computers, tablet PC, mobile phones, etc. At the same time, multi-account management tools and MAM software are available for professional traders. These tools and software could facilitate you to trade at any time and any place, and enjoy the high flexibility of our services.

Trade at any time and any place

MetaTrader 4

MetaTrader 4 is one of the most trustworthy and most popular trading platforms, as well as a market standard for foreign exchange trading. 

MetaTrader 4 is one of the most trustworthy and most popular trading platforms, as well as a market standard for foreign exchange trading. MT4 has extensive graphic and chart analysis tools, including more than 30 indicators and technical analysis tools. To get your customized trading tools and improve your trading experiences, you may set your own parameters, display options and chart types.

WebTerminal

With WebTerminal of MetaTrader, you could trade in the financial market without installing any additional software. In regardless of operating system, you could always trade through browsers and enjoy the hardly same core functions with those of desktop edition.

Market Signal

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2024-02

EUR/USD Weekly Forecast: Tepid recovery does not grant an interim bottom

An outstanding earnings report from the tech sector kept Euro afloat. United States' data indicated continued growth and a still-tight labor market. EUR/USD closed the week with gains, but bulls are still doubtful. The EUR/USD pair ended its losing streak and posted modest weekly gains to settle in the 1.0830 price zone on Friday, as investors continued to drop the Greenback. On the one hand, Euro gains were modest, as local data indicated persistent economic contraction, only backed by an upbeat market mood. On the other hand, the US Dollar was hit by cooling expectations of a change in the Federal Reserve's (Fed) wait-and-see stance. Data confirmed trouble in Europe The economic downturn in the Eurozone continued in February, according to the Hamburg Commercial Bank (HCOB) Producer Manager Indexes (PMIs). The February surveys showed a deceleration in the rate of contraction thanks to a relatively stable services sector offsetting the sharp decline in manufacturing activity. The HCOB Flash Eurozone Composite PMI rose modestly from 47.9 in January to 48.9 in February, as the manufacturing index contracted to 46.1 from the previous 46.6, while the Services PMI surged to 50 after printing at 48.4 in January. The situation seems even worse in Germany, as the downturn intensified in February. The HCOB Flash PMI fell to 46.1 from 47.0 in January. The manufacturing sector, in particular, experienced a sharp and accelerated reduction in output, with the index plummeting from  45.5 to  42.3. The contraction in the service sector was milder, as the Services PMI improved to 48.2 from 47.7. Finally, the country confirmed the Q4 Gross Domestic Product at -0.3% QoQ, as previously estimated. Furthermore, the European Central Bank  (ECB) monthly Consumer Expectation Survey showed consumers expect inflation to remain high for the next 12 months, with expectations rising to 3.3% in January from 3.2% in the previous month. The data confirmed what speculative interest already knew and had no relevant impact on the Euro.   United States resilience The United States (US) Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) released the Minutes of its latest meeting, and the document showed policymakers that, while rate hikes are off the table, they won't move in the opposite direction until they gain "greater confidence" that inflation is receding. Other than that, Fed officials were generally optimistic about succeeding in their battle against price pressures, as despite elevated inflation, it was moving towards the central bank's 2% goal.  However, it is worth noting that the meeting took place before the release of a hotter-than-anticipated January Consumer Price Index (CPI). The figures undermined investors' confidence and pushed rate-cut bets towards June. S&P Global released the flash estimate of the US PMIs, which showed manufacturing activity expanded at the fastest pace since September 2022, with the index jumping to 51.5 from 50.7 in January. The services index printed at 51.3, shrinking from 52.5 previously and missing expectations of 52, while the Composite PMI was confirmed at 51.4, slightly below the 52 posted in January. Also, Initial Jobless Claims fell to 201,000 in the week ended February 16, its lowest in over a month, signaling that the labor market remains strong. Bottom line, US data was far more encouraging than European data, but was not enough to trigger US Dollar demand. The weekly wild card Much of what happened across the FX board resulted from sentiment, the latter coming from the solid performance of worldwide equities. Stock markets rallied, with several major indexes reaching record highs across the globe. The catalyst was Nvidia (NVDA), an American tech giant currently focused on generative AI, as the company reported upbeat earnings and revenues, boosting the tech sector. In the US, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 closed at record highs on Thursday, while the Nasdaq Composite neared all-time highs. The optimism spread overseas, with the Japanese Nikkei 225 and the pan-European Stoxx 600 also hitting record levels. Stocks' strength helped EUR/USD remain green despite the economic strength imbalances between the United States and the Eurozone. The big question is whether optimism could be enough to limit the US Dollar's demand as government bond yields pressure multi-week highs. What's next on the macroeconomic front The US will publish January Durable Goods Orders and a revision of the Q4 Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which is expected to confirm an annualized growth of 3.3%. Things will turn more interesting on Thursday when the country will unveil the Core Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index, the Federal Reserve's (Fed) favorite inflation gauge. Core PCE inflation is expected to have risen by 0.4% MoM in January, doubling the 0.2% posted in December. Additionally, the February ISM Manufacturing PMI will be out on Friday.  Across the pond, the focus will be on inflation. Germany and the Eurozone will release their respective Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices...

  • An outstanding earnings report from the tech sector kept Euro afloat. United States' data indicated continued growth and a still-tight labor market. EUR/USD closed the week with gains, but bulls are still doubtful. The EUR/USD pair ended its losing streak and posted modest weekly gains to settle in the 1.0830 price zone on Friday, as investors continued to drop the Greenback. On the one hand, Euro gains were modest, as local data indicated persistent economic contraction, only backed by an upbeat market mood. On the other hand, the US Dollar was hit by cooling expectations of a change in the Federal Reserve's (Fed) wait-and-see stance. Data confirmed trouble in Europe The economic downturn in the Eurozone continued in February, according to the Hamburg Commercial Bank (HCOB) Producer Manager Indexes (PMIs)....

Announcement: Interstellar Brand Upgrade

Interstellar is proud to announce a complete brand upgrade, with the establishment of InterStellar Group as our new brand name. As part of this upgrade, we have also launched a brand new logo and website, with the domain name www.fisg.com。

Clients can now access our website directly by searching for fisg.com, or by using our old website address, which will automatically redirect to our new website. This new website provides a more user-friendly experience, with improved functionality and navigation.

At InterStellar, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of professional and quality service. As part of our brand upgrade, we will continue to develop our business and strengthen our services to provide even more specialized and personalized support.

We would like to express our gratitude for the understanding and support of our clients throughout this upgrade process. We are confident that this brand upgrade will enable us to better serve our clients and meet their evolving needs.

Thank you for your continued support and trust in InterStellar.

InterStellar Group

Announcement: Interstellar Brand Upgrade

Interstellar is proud to announce a complete brand upgrade, with the establishment of InterStellar Group as our new brand name. As part of this upgrade, we have also launched a brand new logo and website, with the domain name www.fisg.com。

Clients can now access our website directly by searching for fisg.com, or by using our old website address, which will automatically redirect to our new website. This new website provides a more user-friendly experience, with improved functionality and navigation.

At InterStellar, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of professional and quality service. As part of our brand upgrade, we will continue to develop our business and strengthen our services to provide even more specialized and personalized support.

We would like to express our gratitude for the understanding and support of our clients throughout this upgrade process. We are confident that this brand upgrade will enable us to better serve our clients and meet their evolving needs.

Thank you for your continued support and trust in InterStellar.

InterStellar Group