easyMarkets, a CySEC-regulated forex broker, has announced the addition of US and European listed shares within its list of products offered on the platform, specifically for MetaTrader 4. With the new offering, easyMarkets customers can deposit, trade and withdraw in Bitcoin with the newly-launched Bitcoin-based currency account product.
“Our latest update brings some of the World’s most active and popular shares to the robust trading platform preferred by experienced traders. This gives our traders even more strategic choices and more news as both stock markets and public companies share a lot of data regarding earnings, costs and even news regarding services and products,” the forex broker said in the announcement.
Additionally, easyMarkets pointed out that such shares are widely followed by financial media outlets, allowing traders to stay on the trend of what is happening across the most popular companies in both the United States and Europe. “The financial media closely follow these companies in regard to executive personnel changes, product launches, mergers, and acquisitions, giving traders an unprecedented level of data access,” it added.
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With the new offering, the CySEC-regulated firm seeks to “help balance or counteract” more volatile instruments within the platform.
License from Seychelles
Last year, Finance Magnates reported that easyMarkets, which rebranded in January 2016 from EasyForex, acquired a new regulatory license under the Seychelles Financial Services Authority. Founded in 2001, the company operates under different entities regulated by various financial supervisory authorities, including the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Furthermore, in September 2020, the CySEC-regulated forex broker signed a three-year sponsorship deal with Real Madrid CF, becoming the Spanish football club’s online trading partner. Previously, easyMarkets was the main shirt sponsor for Real Betis, another Spanish club playing in La Liga. Though the broker had a three-year deal with that club, signed in 2019, it prematurely ended its contract.