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16.01.2020 Post in Events

InstaForex offers its partners to take part in a fascinating campaign called Win a trip to Borussia game. The campaign will be held from January 8th to February 28th. During a three-day trip in April, the campaign’s winners will visit the Borussia-Bavaria football match and travel to various German cities.

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Four lucky winners will see picturesque and cozy Dortmund that is famous for its long-standing sports traditions and endless devotion to its team. It is widely known that Borussia is the world’s most meritorious football club. Besides, it is the most successful team in Germany.

In Dortmund, winners of the campaign will be offered to visit the German Football Museum. Thanks to modern technologies visitors can become real football players and experience the whole range of emotions.

Another place of interest is Cologne, an ancient German city. Its history begins in the age of Ancient Rome. Therefore, a walk around the city promises to be very exciting. To take it, you just need to win the trip.

During the campaign, InstaForex partners should attract at least 20 active clients with a total deposit of $20 000. The lucky winners will be determined by four random numbers. These numbers will be generated by the last digits of the quotes of 9 most popular currency pairs.

Names of the winners will be revealed on February the 28th at 23:56, 23:57, 23:58 and 23:59 (GMT+2). The winners will be those partners whose tickets of commissions over $1 will coincide with the generated numbers.

Follow the link to find more information on the Win a trip to Borussia game campaign.

Hurry up to participate!

Take it or leave it
The euro crisis’ conclusion is fast approaching and the situation is intensifying by the minute.
As the crisis situation escalate, the famous multimillionaire investor George Soros adviced Germany to either lead over the common currency or just quit it.
According to the veteran investor, Germany should now take the reins on euro’s carriage to either  overcome the situation or fall into a drastic ending along with it. ”Germany must take full responsibility for the Europe. Either throw in your fate with the rest of Europe, take the risk of sinking or swimming together, or leave the euro, because if you left, the problems of the Eurozone would get better,” he commented.
According to some experts, the euro crisis will be ended once a single financial regulator will established. A single financial regulator may provide guidance for economic growth especially for the PIGGS country who are on a financially unhealthy diet.
Germany, which still has an unresolved dispute with France, who is also a leading player, is trying to amend on their current situation despite their unsynchronized  goals. The history long dispute may have a shimmering hope after two huge aeronautical companies from each country is trying to form a merge and is seeking to a friendly relationship to both governments. The combined company seeks a help from their respective countries to back up their aeronautical campaign which will also lead to a pan-European corporate champion.
The euro crisis’ conclusion is fast approaching and the situation is intensifying by the minute.
As the crisis situation escalate, the famous multimillionaire investor George Soros adviced Germany to either lead over the common currency or just quit it.
According to the veteran investor, Germany should now take the reins on euro’s carriage to either  overcome the situation or fall into a drastic ending along with it. ”Germany must take full responsibility for the Europe. Either throw in your fate with the rest of Europe, take the risk of sinking or swimming together, or leave the euro, because if you left, the problems of the Eurozone would get better,” he commented.
According to some experts, the euro crisis will be ended once a single financial regulator will established. A single financial regulator may provide guidance for economic growth especially for the PIGGS country who are on a financially unhealthy diet.
Germany, which still has an unresolved dispute with France, who is also a leading player, is trying to amend on their current situation despite their unsynchronized  goals. The history long dispute may have a shimmering hope after two huge aeronautical companies from each country is trying to form a merge and is seeking to a friendly relationship to both governments. The combined company seeks a help from their respective countries to back up their aeronautical campaign which will also lead to a pan-European corporate champion.
Stephen Stevenson