Global FX brokerage FXCM Group has added Trading Central – a provider of investment research and financial market commentary – to help optimize client trading experiences with actionable trading analysis and enhance the firm’s product offering.
The company’s press release described that FXCM teamed up with Trading Central to help enrich its HTML 5 web platform Trading Station Web 2.0. The integration also provides clients with expert views and institutional grade trading strategies, assisting clients to confirm their own views of potential risk/reward opportunities in financial markets.
Trading Central develops solutions on multiple platforms including MT4. The company’s clients will be able to access daily newsletters, and other features provided from the deal such as via Trading Central’s online portal and live via FXCM’s terminal when traders are logged in. Trading Central is part of a group that has offices in New York, Hong Kong, Paris, London, and Ottawa, and analyzes over 850,000 trading instruments.
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Aimed to help clients with trading
FXCM Group has recently expanded its range of cryptocurrency instruments and now offers CFDs on the second most popular coin, Ethereum, for all of its trading accounts.
The FX broker introduced the new asset type earlier last year when it began testing the service with its already installed Bitcoin offering.
According to Brendan Callan, CEO of FXCM Group, “This integration gives our traders seamless access to Trading Central’s analysis, We want to provide traders all the tools possible to allow them to be smarter and more successful in their trading.”
Alain Pellier, CEO at Trading Central, added: “We’ve spent the last 20 years empowering investors to form educated trade decisions by providing them with actionable research they can trust. We’ve been a proud partner of FXCM since 2005 and are confident that their new integration of our analytics will enable even more of today’s investors to participate in financial markets.”