FX, futures and CFD broker, FxPro, has informed its clients of a notable reduction of its charged commission across all of its tradable futures products to the tune of 30%, according to a recent FxPro company statement.
Earlier this month, FxPro went live with its MetaTrader 5 platform offering to clients, after a prior announcement of the launch back in February surrounding its intentions. The solution itself is specifically designed for the needs of traders who are keen on receiving market execution while retaining access to the familiar face of a MetaQuotes product.
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As an agency broker, the costs associated with taking the orders out into the futures exchange are the main component of the commission, of which FxPro is currently charging.
On the heels of the 30% reduction, FXPro’s commission in USD$ per lot has been fixed at $10 per lot across the entirety of its suite of futures products. These include among others, a variety of agricultural commodities, natural gas and indices-denominated futures.