MetaQuotes Expands Liquidity for MetaTrader 5 via Just2Trade

Just2Trade provides access to 9,000 financial instruments including over 6,000 US stocks and ETFs and 700 Russian stocks.

MetaQuotes Software Corp., developer of the most widely used FX trading platforms, today announced that the pool of liquidity providers for its MetaTrader 5 (MT5) is expanding.

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Just2Trade Online Ltd has released an integration solution based on the MetaTrader 5 Gateway for the platform. According to the firm’s Head of Operations Evgeny Zhilin, this is a simple way to let traders directly access the world’s leading exchanges, including US stock and derivatives markets.

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In total, the company provides access to 9,000 financial instruments: over 6,000 stocks and ETFs on the US stock market, over 700 stocks of Russian companies, RTS, MICEX, stocks and currency futures, as well as direct access to GLOBEX, EUREX, SGX and other exchanges. Additionally, stocks and futures contracts on all major European and Asian exchanges are available on request.

“Just2Trade liquidity expands the abilities of the companies providing services to their clients via MetaTrader 5,” says Evgeny Zhilin. “We believe, this is the most efficient way to solve the issue of connecting to the necessary markets. Considering the continuous migration of brokers to MetaTrader 5 all over the world, we are awaiting a strong demand from institutional clients. By opening an account in our company, a broker gains access to all available instruments, while the brokerage commission is only charged when making trades. It takes 10 minutes to connect to our gateway by standard means of MetaTrader 5.”

Last week we reported that MetaQuotes upgraded its MT5 iOS app features to provide traders with the ability to quickly log in or register on using a Facebook account.

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