TeleTrade to Start Offering Trading on Warsaw Stock Exchange

By providing access to the biggest stock market in Eastern Europe, Teletrade is aiming to gain credibility in the region,

teletrade_logoTeleTrade has issued an announcement that it is becoming a remote member of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) providing its clients access to trade on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The company began its operations on the 18th of December, 2014 and will start offering trading to its clients from the 2nd of December, 2015.

The broker received a license to operate on the WSE as an exchange member, opening a scope of operation in trading securities on clients’ accounts. Customers of TeleTrade will be able to buy and sell equities, derivatives, bonds, investment certificates, exchange-traded products (ETPs) and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

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Last year, MetaTrader 5 got certified for operation on the WSE, which provided Polish brokers the ability to deliver forex trading alongside their traditional exchange-traded products on a single platform. The majority of retail forex brokers offer WSE access, as it provides them with additional credibility and diversifies the client offerings.

The WSE’s pre-market session begins from 08:30am to 09:00am for shares and from 08:30am to 08:45 am for derivatives. Normal trading hours are from 09:00am to 04:50pm EET for shares and from 08:45am to 04:50pm EET for derivatives. Closing sessions on the WSE start from 04:50pm to 05:05pm for both shares and derivatives.

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