Invast Global announces Spot Commodity CFD “US Nat Gas”
Invast’s pricing team also released a variety of “ultra-competitive pricing options” across its suite of Index and Commodity instruments using both Fixed and Variable pricing structures.
Invast Global has announced the launch of a new Spot Commodity CFD “US Nat Gas” to address increasing demand from international broker clients.
Developed by the Prime of Prime broker’s in-house Quantitative Team using transparent pricing methodology, the new CFD instrument derives from the underlying Futures traded on the CME Futures Exchange.
US Natural Gas is the third-largest physical commodity futures contract by volume globally, which can be a valuable product for any broker’s CFD offering to retail traders.
Invast’s pricing team also released a variety of ultra-competitive pricing options across its suite of Index and Commodity instruments using both Fixed and Variable pricing structures – most notably NASDAQ, Cash Oil, DOW30, and DAX30 cash CFDs. These are offered alongside more innovative CFDs such as the Cash Volatility Index and Cash USD Index.
The new US Nat Gas product – as with all Index and Commodity CFDs – is covered by the Invast Global Market Data Usage Agreement, providing full exchange coverage and reporting on the behalf of broker clients.
Invast’s in-house quantitative pricing team specifically caters to the unique demands of the institutional API market, boasting exceptional pricing and execution quality.
In regard to Index CFD products, the PoP broker has recently introduced an instrument utilizing market data derived from the trading of the highly popular VIX® futures contract offered by Cboe Futures Exchange. The VIX futures contract is the most frequently traded, exchange-listed volatility futures contract in the world.
The firm also launched USD index and Canadian index CFDs as part of its suite of Index and Commodity CFDs. These are available via API from Invast Global’s trading servers in NY4, LD4, and TY3.
In March, Invast Global appointed Bao Huynh as Director of Marketing. He first arrived at the company in 2015 to work in the Marketing division.
In May, Callan Strickleton was promoted to Associate Director, Development Operations (Dev Ops). He has already begun automating systems to reduce manual workload and is working directly with the development team to create new and ground-breaking applications.