Archive for the ‘Broker News’ Category

UK: New customers to trade CFDs commission free with City Index

February 24, 2009Andy No Comments »

City Index, one of the leading providers of retail CFDs and spread betting, is offering new customers 0% commission on all CFD trades From 16th February customers who open an account with City Index will be able to trade CFDs commission free for four weeks.

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Global Forex Trading expands Australian offering

August 19, 2008Andy No Comments »

The contracts for difference (CFDs) are being run out of GFT’s London office and are available in Australia for the first time, marketing director Simon Marmot said.

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MF Global sees Liquidity; Ups some Margins

March 19, 2008Andy No Comments »

MF Global, a futures broker whose shares plummeted earlier this week on liquidity worries, recovered a bit on Wednesday after saying it has “close to $1.4 billion” in available liquidity.

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Trading In Catastrophic Events

September 14, 2007Andy No Comments »

Climate Exchange Plc And Deutsche Bank To launch Trading In Catastrophe Event-Linked Futures On The CCFE

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US broker tells Irish clients to prove Wealth or face Costly Sanctions

May 29, 2006Andy No Comments »

Cantor Fitzgerald has told major Irish stockbrokers to instruct their clients who use Cantor’s contracts for difference (CFD) products to prove they can sustain losses.

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Online Trader Has Big Expansion Plans

March 23, 2006Andy No Comments »

Online financial derivatives business Global Trader is planning a big move into new markets as it capitalises on its emerging market focus in its spread trading and contract for difference (CFD) business.

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Sucden Launches New Electronic Trading Platform

September 18, 2004Andy No Comments »

Sucden (UK) Ltd, one of London’s leading commodity and financial future brokers, today launched an electronic trading platform as part of a programme of expanding and improving its services for the experienced retail investor.

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