Finalto adds Nifty 50 to its impressive list of indices.

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Finalto is excited to announce the addition of India’s premier index, the Nifty 50, to its trading platforms.

With a constituent value of over $2 trillion, Nifty 50 represents the largest Indian company. The addition of the Nifty 50 CFD lets our clients get exposure to India’s exciting emerging economy with a single position. 

The index covers key cornerstones of India’s economy, giving exposure to banks, pharmaceuticals, carmakers, tech firms, and many more important sectors.

Nifty 50 joins Finalto’s line-up of global indices available to clients via CFD trades, as part of its commitment to provide truly international trading opportunities. 

 “As we have seen our share of the CFD indices market grow over recent years, it has been important for us to make sure our product offering matches our clients’ demands. With this in mind, we are excited to release the Nifty 50 CFD to our client base,” says Paul Groves, Finalto’s Head of European Sales.

“By offering the Nifty 50 we are cementing our place as one of the foremost CFD indices providers globally. As always clients can trade the Nifty 50 through their fully cross margined account and via FIX API, as well as all the platforms we provide and Hubs we are connected to.”

To find out more information about the extensive offering from Finalto contact [email protected].

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