FP Markets, an Australian-based forex and CFDs broker, has announced on Wednesday that it added over 550 new CFDs on stocks to its list of assets offerings. According to the press release, the listing comes from different markets globally, including London, Hong Kong, Paris, Frankfurt, Madrid, Amsterdam and New York (NYSE, and Nasdaq).
The firm specified that the new multi-country share CFDs are from various sectors of the economy such as aviation, tourism, pharmaceuticals, big tech, among others. The new set of assets are now available for all FP Markets customers in their MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform. “The interest around equities has reached an all-time high globally, and it is important for us to continually evolve and expand our product range in line with increased client demand for a greater diversity of our range of share CFDs. We already have an impressive portfolio of leading global stocks, including companies like Tesla and the so-called ‘FAANGs’. This exciting new product range adds an array of global companies from a wide range of sectors on a number of international exchanges, including Alibaba, Zoom and a range of Biotech and Big Pharma companies, which have proved especially attractive to investors since the COVID-19 pandemic,” Craig Allison, Head of Europe, Middle-East, and Africa at FP Markets, said on the announcement.
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New Assets Now Available on MT5
With the new listing of more than 550 stock CFDs in the platform, Australian-regulated FP Markets increases its offering that includes over 10,000 trading assets on forex, indices, commodities, stocks and cryptos. “This new range of share CFDs is available on FP Markets Metatrader 5 platform, which offers advanced functionality and fast execution for both new and experienced traders who are looking to trade the global markets quickly and efficiently on both desktop and mobile,” Allison added.
In March, the broker launched its own social trading platform, allowing investors to copy trades from other traders. Early this year, Finance Magnates reported that the firm tapped Nick Twidale as its new Chief Executive Officer for the APAC region.