VT Markets goes further multi asset and launches bond CFDs

Rick Steves

“We believe we are one of the most diverse brokers in today’s market. The new bond CFDs are now available for trading on the VT Markets mobile app and its robust trading platforms.”

VT Markets has added a selection of 7 bond CFDs to further enable traders to expand their portfolios and gain exposure to some of the most exciting markets in the world at a time where inflation and interest rates become volatility drivers in all markets, including fixed income.

The global multi-asset broker’s bond CFD offering features bonds from the United States and the United Kingdom, among others, including the US 10-year Treasury Bond Futures, UK Long Gilt Futures and Euro-Bund Futures.

“One of the most diverse brokers in today’s market”

John Georgiou, Director of Business at VT Markets, said: “This is an exciting opportunity for our clients. Bond CFDs are the perfect addition to any trader’s portfolio, as they can speculate the price movements and trade on margin without direct ownership of the instruments. This enables our clients to expand their trading options and get the most out of the markets. Bond CFDs are a welcome addition to our ever-growing range of products, which includes indices, stocks, commodities, and forex. We believe we are one of the most diverse brokers in today’s market.
The new bond CFDs are now available for trading on the VT Markets mobile app and its robust trading platforms.

The Sydney headquartered brokerage firm is authorised and regulated by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) and holds an Australian Financial Service Licence (No.516246).

The group operating the VT Markets brand is spread across 160 countries, authorised and registered in various other jurisdictions, including South Africa through FSCA-regulated VT Global South Africa (Pty) Ltd, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines through SVGFSA-regulated VT Markets LLC.

VT Markets reaches 1,000 instruments milestone after launch of US, UK and EU share CFDs

VT Markets has recently added over 500 US, UK, and EU share CFDs (contract for differences) to its multi asset trading offering, reaching the milestone number of 1,000 tradeable instruments available on the platform.

The broker takes pricing and liquidity from 7 liquidity providers which allows the broker to offer the best possible pricing in such a competitive market. Sourcing liquidity from seven LPs has dramatically improved pricing, execution, spreads, and trading conditions for its traders.

A few months ago, VT Markets added MetaTrader 5 to its roster of available trading platforms next to MetaTrader 4 and WebTrader. The MT5 offering followed the launch of the broker’s new branding and client portal as the firm decided to go multi asset. MetaTrader 5 helps broaden the range of products and solutions and VT Markets aimed to address the growing client demand for share CFDs.

Little did the broker now that the iOS versions of MT4 and MT5 would get suspended by Apple. FinanceFeeds has recently spoke to an industry expert that said “we’ve haven’t yet reached panic mode” and that the MetaQuotes platforms may be back in a matter of a few weeks.

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