Kohle Capital Markets (KCM), the leading international provider of online trading, has once again expanded its contracts-for-difference (CFDs) offering, this time with the addition of new products on its trading platform.
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Previously retail FX trading was mostly possible via CFDs (contract for difference). BitMEX’s FX perps allow both retail users and institutional traders to access FX markets through an exchange-traded contract.
Switzerland’s forex bank and broker, Dukascopy has just expanded its offering to include 405 new stock CFDs such as Harley-Davidson, Spotify, Dell, Puma and others from US, UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Netherlands and Spain.
“This expanded selection of non-leveraged stock derivatives provides an even more level trading field for traders of all degrees of experience, while equipping them with more potential opportunities to achieve their long-term investment goals.”
The Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB) has shut down five new websites in an ongoing clampdown against firms it accuses of illegally promoting trading products in the country.
Equiti Brokerage, the Seychelles-based subsidiary of multi-asset trading services provider Equiti Group, has expanded its cryptocurrency CFD offering.
Admirals SA (PTY) Ltd, an operating subsidiary of Admirals, has received regulatory approval to offer CFDs trading to investors in South Africa.
“If you’re a frequent trader that can be qualified as professional, there are many more benefits to trading with an EU-regulated broker than trading offshore.”
London-headquartered INFINOX has expanded its service offering by incorporating 22 new crypto CFD products on its platform.
Orbex is adding crypto to a wide range of trading products available to users, including forex, equities, indices, metals, energies, and futures.
With new symbols to choose from, B2Broker is delighted to announce that its cryptocurrency offerings have expanded
ThinkMarkets has expanded its service offering by incorporating 2500 new CFDs on shares and ETFs on its ThinkTrader platform.
ACY Securities has partnered with Table Tennis New South Wales (TTNSW) for a two-year sponsorship agreement intended to highlight the Chatswood-based multi-asset CFD broker’s brand in Australia, with a focus on the southeastern state.
Multi-regulated FX and CFDs broker, BDSwiss announced that it has further expanded its cryptocurrency offering by adding nine new CFD crypto pairs.
RADEX MARKETS operates outside ASIC’s scope, which allows users to enjoy leverage of up to 500:1, which is banned in Australia since late March 2021.
The Canadian operating subsidiary of Admirals, Admiral Markets Canada Limited, has received regulatory approval to offer CFDs trading to retail investors in Ontario and British Columbia.
Sydney-based IC Markets, an online provider of FX services and ECN trading capabilities, has once again strengthened its offering, this time adding five new cryptocurrencies to its growing suite.
Equiti Group, which was recently licensed by the UAE regulator to trade OTC derivatives and currencies, has expanded its offering by launching 40 fully-paid cryptocurrency CFDs.
ThinkMarkets has expanded its range of cryptocurrency instruments and will now add trading support for additional coins, which join its already installed CFDs on digital assets.