Brokers’ Update – Saxo Bank CZK and Admiral Markets MT4

Saxo Bank has decided to increase margin requirements on CZK from the current level of 8% to 20%.

In our latest daily digest of news from across the global retail trading industry, we note that brokers are working to reduce clients’ risks in various ways.

Danish multi-asset broker, Saxo Bank, has decided to increase its margin requirement on CZK from the current level of 8% to 20% with effect from tomorrow, August 14th, 2015 at 10.00 am GMT.

Over the last few months the Czech koruna has continued to appreciate in value and is now trading near the intervention point of CZK 27,00 against the EUR. Saxo explains that as long as the CZK is trading at its current level and with an expected intervention from the Czech National Bank, “we want to ensure our clients are informed and prepared about the increased trading risk.”

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