FEMT

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AcronymDefinition
FEMTFundamentals of Energy Management Training (South Africa)
FEMTFederación Española Muay Thai (Spanish: Spanish Muay Thai Federation)
FEMTForensic Evidence Management Team
FEMTForeign Exchange Margin Trading
FEMTFar Eastern Mould Tools, Ltd. (UK)
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The action by the Osaka and Kochi prefectural police comes in response to a large number of complaints to police and consumer centers by investors, who incurred losses in foreign exchange margin trading brokered by the company, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Allied may have collected some 2.4 billion yen in investment money for foreign exchange margin trading from about 290 people from Osaka, Kochi and at least three other prefectures, the police said.
On its website, Allied said it safely and steadily manages funds in foreign exchange margin trading on theoretical bases.
A man, for example, gained nearly 250 million yen in profits in foreign exchange margin trading over four years, but he did not report any of the profits to tax authorities.
Foreign exchange margin trading has become popular among individual investors as it allows them to trade in the currency market in sums several dozen times greater than the deposit they put up as collateral, and they can reap huge investment profits when the going is good.
Including investors conducting foreign exchange margin trading, about 790,000 individual business operators failed to declare a total of 916.6 billion yen in taxable income over the one-year period, up 20.9 billion yen from a year earlier, the tax agency said.
The Tokyo tax authorities have lodged a complaint with public prosecutors against a female resident of Tokyo's Setagaya Ward, charging she did not report some 400 million yen of profits made through foreign exchange margin trading, sources close to the matter said Thursday.
TOKYO - The Tokyo tax authorities have lodged a complaint with public prosecutors against a female resident of Tokyo's Setagaya Ward, charging she did not report some 400 million yen of profits made through foreign exchange margin trading, sources close to the matter said Thursday.
In foreign exchange margin trading, investors can trade 10 to 20 times the size of the deposit they pay to a dealer.
But, once the confidence of investors strengthens, ''the volume of foreign exchange margin trading will expand.''
At issue is foreign exchange margin trading in which investors can transact 10 to 20 times the volume of the deposit they pay to an operator.
In foreign exchange margin trading, investors can obtain large gains from small investments while being exposed to a high risk of incurring losses that outweigh the investment, according to the FSA officials.
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