Master Select Group launches the third batch of US stock CFDs

Stocks and equities across new energy, biotechnology and medical care are of great interest to firms offering multi-asset trading these days

The U.S. stock market is the most important stock market in the world, and the influence of the U.S. stock market is big enough to determine the direction of the global trend. Since the world’s leading online trading broker – Master Select Group launched the first and second batch of US stock CFDs from September to October in 2020, its products are gaining more and more interest from investors.

To further improve the US stock CFD product system and provide investors with more investment options, MSG plans to launch the third batch of US stock CFDs on February 22, 2021. The product list is quite long and attractive. The 30 new stock CFD products include the most popular stocks in various fields such as internet technology, financial service, new energy vehicles, biotechnology and medical care.

The following stocks will be added to MSG’s CFD product list: Amazon, Google, Nvidia, Intel, Adobe, JD, Zoom, IBM, Baidu, KE Holdings, Spotify, Bilibili, Thomson Reuters, Futu; BOA, Wells Fargo, CME, UBS; GM, Ford, NIO, XPeng, Li Auto; Johnson & Johnson, UNH, Pfizer, 3M, GE, Yum Brands, ZTO.

It is of great interest to note the remit toward offering CFD products on listed derivatives, and certainly indicates the magnitude of the required drive toward offering a multi-asset solution by online brokerages worldwide.

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