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FP Markets is expanding its offer with more assets

The FP Markets broker has expanded its offer with new products available on the MT4 and MT5 platforms. Among them are, among others, bonds, commodities, CFDs on cryptocurrencies and stocks.

The brokerage firm recently launched its CFD catalogue on stocks, another trading tool offered to FP Markets clients to improve the quality of their services. Each CFD on supplies available on the MT4 and MT5 platforms has a separate information page in the catalogue.

The broker’s extended offer will include, among others, the following instruments:


  • US 10 YR T-Note Futures (US10YR)
  • UK Long Gilt Futures (GILT)


  • Coffee (COFFEE)
  • Silver (XAGEUR)

Cryptocurrency CFDs:

  • Cardano (ADAUSD)
  • Dogecoin (DOGUSD)
  • Polkadot (DOTUSD)
  • Chainlink (LNKUSD)
  • Stellar (XLMUSD)
  • Ripple (RPLUSD)


  • ASX Shares (available on the MT5 platform)

The addition of quoted products such as ASX Shares to the offer transforms FP Markets into a brokerage firm with many assets. It is a milestone for a company that has been operating on the market for 16 years and offers mainly FX and CFD products.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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