By David Haggard Bloomberg’s global forex market cap is at $2.25 trillion, up 10% from the end of 2016, while the price of gold is at its highest level since 2009.

But the bull market in forex has taken a toll on the currency. 

Forex analysts are beginning to see the warning signs of a bubble emerging, and this is not just for the U.S. and Europe.

The U.K. and the European Central Bank have already said they are worried about the bubble.

A group of analysts at the Bank for International Settlements has also warned that the economy is at risk. 

“There is a real risk of a major correction in the market.

It could take several quarters to reach a peak and it could take another three to five years to reach the bottom,” said John Yost, the group’s head of commodities trading. 

The euro is trading at just over $1.50.

The dollar is trading near $1,260.

A forex-focused index, called the S&P 500, is up 3.5% over the past week, according to data from Bloomberg.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 12.5%. 

Forever 21 analyst Chris Karp said the bubble is getting bigger.

He said he is worried about how long the market can last.

Forex futures have surged since the end in June, when gold plunged nearly 50% in the first quarter of 2018 amid a global slowdown.

Investors have also been attracted by stocks in emerging markets, especially China and India, where interest rates are low.

But even in emerging economies, investors are increasingly turning to bonds to buy forex futures, and that could be one reason for the rise in the price.

The Federal Reserve has said that it may consider further stimulus in the form of interest-rate hikes or the purchase of more bonds, which would add to the pressure on the markets.

Forex is a very liquid market, and it is highly sensitive to changes in rates,” Karp told Reuters.

The market has been growing steadily for years.

Since 2005, the average price of a futures contract has increased nearly 5%, according to Bloomberg data.

But that was before the financial crisis in 2008.

Since then, the market has largely rebounded. 

So it is likely to continue to rise for the next few years.””

The market is now willing to pay a premium for a higher probability of return.

So it is likely to continue to rise for the next few years.”

The forex markets are often considered safe, but there is a risk of losing some of your money.

Investors who hold on to their assets can lose their positions in a short period of time.

Forex markets tend to fluctuate in price because of the spread between the two currencies.

In the U, for example, the dollar is typically cheaper than gold, but it can also be cheaper than stocks.

In other words, if you are trading on a gold market, your cash is likely more valuable than a silver market.

Investors who buy gold often pay more than they receive in return, which means that investors who buy silver often pay less than they earn. 

But a big factor in the increase in the currency is that the central bank has been pushing its asset purchases in the last several months, a move that has been widely credited with helping the price recover. 

Some analysts have suggested that central banks may not have done enough to curb the spread in the exchange rate, which has helped push the market higher. 

In other words: the central banks could be using a bull market to push the currency higher, as investors are willing to take on more risk for the benefit of the bank.

The bull market could have an upside, however.

Forext prices have been trending higher lately.

But Karp warns that there could be more risk to forex investors who have been holding on to stocks in recent months.

“I think the bull may not last,” he said.

“It could get worse before it gets better.”

(Additional reporting by Jim Carter and Roberta Rampton; Editing by Rosalind Russell and Richard Chang)