Admiral Markets adds new trading instruments

Admiral Markets adds new trading instruments

Admiral Markets UK, subsidiary of the forex brokerage Admiral Markets Group announced it has added several new trading instruments and has changed the trading conditions on existing indices, metals and other CFDs.

Among the new trading instruments are the index FTSE China A50 bluechip index, which includes the top 50 companies on the A Share markets in China’s Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges.

Another addition are the CFDs on stocks of five companies, traded on the US stock exchanges NYSE and NASDAQ: Netflix, Amazon, Tesla Motors, Alibaba and Twitter. Admiral markets has also added CFDs on US Dollar (USD) Index futures. It is calculated based on the USD rate to six currencies: EUR, JPY, GBP, CAD, SEK and CHF. Another new addition are CFDs on spot energies and precious metals, such as platinum and palladium.

Those instruments are available only to traders with an Admiral.Markets account on the AM-Live2 trade server. New instruments will not be added to former Pro servers (AM-Live1 and AM-Live3). Those clients who have a former Admiral-Pro account (with distinct -Pro postfixes in instrument symbols) can open a new Admiral.Markets account and transfer funds internally via the Trader’s Room.

Admiral Markets UK is based and regulated in the UK and has a sister company in Australia, Admiral Markets Pty. Both brokers are units of Estonia-based Admiral Markets AS, part of the holding company Admiral Markets Group, which also includes Cyprus-regulated Admiralex.

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