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FXCM expands its offer with CFDs on French, German and British stocks


The FXCM broker yesterday announced a significant strengthening of the offer on CFDs on stocks. The company’s clients can trade on new securities of German, French and British companies.

FXCM offers a range of CFDs on stocks of companies from Hong Kong, Great Britain, the United States, Australia and a large part of Europe. The latest step of the broker is to double the number of available instruments listed on the French, German and British stock exchanges. Two months ago, FXCM strengthened its CFD offering on single Australian stocks.

By doubling our French, German and UK shares, we have highlighted our commitment to being a “Client first – Trader driven” firm. We have a strong focus on delivering the ultimate trading experience for clients around the world, and we are pleased to continually upgrade and expand our offering to create more opportunities and options for our entire global client base. – commented Brendan Callan, CEO of FXCM.

Last year, FXCM won several industry awards in the ADVFN International Financial Awards 2021, Global Forex Awards and 2021 Online Personal Wealth Awards. The company triumphed in categories such as Best Forex Trading Platform in Europe, Best Zero Commission Broker, or Best Forex Trading Platform / Global Application Provider.

Author: Michał Misiura

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