Pourquoi Alianne Asset Management?

AAM est une société de gestion d'actifs algorithmique / hybride spécialisée en change et Futures Trading. Nous mettons la priorité sur la sécurité des fonds des clients en ayant des comptes distincts des sociétés de courtage de renom. Nous offrons aussi une grande liquidité, la transparence et le contrôle du client ultime pour nos investisseurs.

Il est notre seul objectif de prendre toujours autant de profit que possible du marché en utilisant nos méthodes de négociation automatisées éprouvées et brevetées. Nous sommes votre guichet unique pour la création de richesse et de protection des actifs.

Les avantages d'ouvrir un compte avec Alianne

  • Comptes négociés par nos systèmes algorithmiques et géré par des professionnels-hybride
  • Opportunités de profit dans les deux marchés haussiers que baissiers
  • Des rendements non corrélés à un stock appartenant, fonds communs de placement, et les investissements immobiliers
  • Système de négociation suit nos principes de gestion des risques
  • Protection des actifs et la diversification du portefeuille
  • L'accès à Internet 24 heures sur votre compte privé
  • Vous restez propriétaire bénéficiaire de votre investissement

Fiabilité Technologique

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Nos serveurs sont parmi les plus fiables dans le monde de la course de 24 heures par jour avec 99,999%. Alianne utilise des algorithmes pour gérer l'ensemble du cycle commercial de son portefeuille, du point d'entrée à la liquidation et donc nous avons besoin d'être connecté tout le temps. Nos clients peuvent se reposer sachant bien que notre technologie est parmi les meilleurs et les plus fiables au monde, ce qui permet vraiment d'investir avec confiance.

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Taux de Change

InstrumentBidAskHighLow
EURUSD 1.07997 1.07999 1.08356 1.07684
USDJPY 109.16 109.163 109.383 108.349
GBPUSD 1.23013 1.23023 1.23276 1.22097
USDCHF 0.97769 0.97773 0.97977 0.97546
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Mise à jour 2020-04-06 16:20:01 UTC

Nouvelles du Marché

Huntsman to make hand santizer at Alabama plant that usually makes specialty chemicals

Mon, 06 Apr 2020 15:56:55 GMT

Specialty chemicals company Huntsman Corp. said Monday it is making hand sanitizer at its McIntosh, Alabama manufacturing plant for health care faciities in the U.S. The Woodlands, Tx.-based company said on March 23 that it would start to make hydro alcoholic solution to produce hand sanitizer in Switzerland. The company will donate the first five-ton shipment to Huntsman Cancer Institute and related medical facilities at the University of Utah for health care workers who are treating patients suffering from COVID-19. The company usually makes specialty chemicals for the aerospace and other industries at the Alabama plant.

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Carnival's stock soars on heavy volume after Saudia Arabia sovereign fund discloses large stake

Mon, 06 Apr 2020 15:39:36 GMT

Shares of Carnival Corp. soared 18% on heavy volume Monday, after the Saudi Arabia-based sovereign wealth fund The Public Investment Fund disclosed that it has acquired a 43.5 million shares, or an 8.2% stake, in the cruise operator. The filing said the shares were acquired as of March 26. That would make the fund Carnival's third-largest shareholder, based on an analysis of FactSet data. The fund was not listed among the top 20 stake holders prior to the filing, according to FactSet. The stock's trading volume swelled to 85.1 million shares in midday trading, already more than the full-day average of 61.2 million shares. Carnival's stock has tumbled 80% year to date, and closed last Thursday at the lowest price since April 1993. Meanwhile, shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. have dropped 79% year to date and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. have plummeted 84%, while the S&P 500 has dropped 19%.

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EasyJet seeks more funding and plans to draw down on $500 million revolving credit facility

Mon, 06 Apr 2020 15:39:36 GMT

Budget airline easyJet PLC said Monday that it has requested to fully draw down on its $500 million revolving credit facility, secured against aircraft assets. The company said by April 9, it should have access to cash reserves of around 2.3 billion pounds ($2.8 billion). The company said it "continues to focus on maximizing liquidity in the event of an extended grounding period" and has succesfully issued 600 million pounds of commercial paper through the Covid Corporate Financing Facility (CCFF), set up last month by the Bank of England and U.K. Treasury to assist big companies due to the coronavirus outbreak shutting down the economy. EasyJet has had to ground its entire fleet of airplanes and shares of the company have dropped 62% year to date. "Given the possibility of a prolonged grounding easyJet will continue to consider further liquidity and funding options," said the company, which added it has now reached furlough agreements with the cabin crew and pilots.

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Apple could launch budget iPhone SE successor in mid-April, says analyst

Mon, 06 Apr 2020 15:11:55 GMT

Apple Inc. could launch its low-cost successor to the iPhone SE in the middle of April, Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives wrote Monday, based on his read of supply-chain indications and "various retail websites." The company was expected to debut the phone, which could be called the iPhone 9 or the iPhone SE2, in March, but the launch appears to have been pushed back due to the COVID-19 outbreak. "While launching a mid-cycle budget/entry-level smartphone into the backdrop of a consumer global lockdown and unprecedented pandemic will be head scratcher to some, we note that Apple is viewing this as a low-volume, low-touch release with little fanfare as the phones are already ready to ship," Ives wrote. Apple shares are up 5% in Monday trading. They've lost 14% so far this year as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has declined 23%.

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Apple supplier Foxconn sees 7.7% drop in March sales

Mon, 06 Apr 2020 14:58:50 GMT

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd., better known as Foxconn, disclosed Monday that March sales dropped 7.7% on a year-over-year basis to T$347.7 billion ($11.5 billion). Though the Apple Inc. supplier's revenue was down from a year earlier, it rose roughly 60% from February, indicating that the company is beginning to see some recovery from COVID-19 disruptions. Wells Fargo analyst Aaron Rakers called the performance a "strong [month-over-month] snapback as the company returned to full seasonal manufacturing capacity." The report comes after Apple Inc. indicated in February that it would miss its March-quarter forecast due to negative impacts from COVID-19. Apple shares have lost 14% so far this year as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped 15%.

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