Z.com Trade Fortifying FX, CFD Offering with New Launch

The update will see forty new tradable instruments including new exotic FX pairs and CFDs.

Z.com Trade has unveiled a newly expanded offering, extending upwards of forty new tradable products across FX and contracts-for-difference (CFDs). The expansion follows on the heels of the new design of the group’s website, which encompasses a new execution engine.

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In particular, the upgrade features myriad new instruments and account funding options. These include forty new tradable minor and exotic FX pairs and CFDs – additionally, users will have access to a freshly updated account interface, complete with new account types and funding options at the local and international level.

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Z.com Trade is also emphasizing client education in its latest redesign and push, featuring a new online portal with education, news, and more trading resources, all accompanied by FIX API connectivity. The FCA-regulated group’s focus on education follows a recent trend in the industry that is seeking to empower traders in a bid to better safeguard them against potential losses or issues.

Nick Cropper

Nick Cropper, General Manager of Z.com Trade, commented on the new offering: “We are delighted to announce the launch of our new range of products and services. We have been working hard over the past few months to deliver on our commitment to providing a best-in-class trading experience for our clients worldwide with only the best technological infrastructure and liquidity, coupled with the security and peace of mind in trading with the world’s largest retail forex provider.”

“We look forward to welcoming more clients to Z.com Trade with our new comprehensive range of services, and adding even more new features in the months ahead,” he added.

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