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Admiral Markets UK, part of forex brokerage Admiral Markets Group, said on Monday it has introduced new contracts for difference (CFDs) trading instruments, including indexes and stock futures on the Chinese and US markets, respectively.
Admiral Markets UK has expanded its offering with futures CFDs on FTSE China A50 bluechip index. The index includes the shares of the top 50 companies on the A Share markets in China’s Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges. The index is reviewed and updated at the end of each quarter.
From the US market, the UK broker has introduced CFDs on the stocks of five new companies traded on the NYSE and NASDAQ exchanges. These are Netflix Inc., Amazon.com Inc., Tesla Motors Inc., Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., and Twitter Inc.
Also, CFDs on US Dollar (USD) Index futures have been added. The US Dollar Index is calculated based on the USD’s relation to six currencies – the Euro (EUR), Japanese yen (JPY), pound sterling (GBP), Canadian dollar (CAD), Swedish krona (SEK), and Swiss franc (CHF). This instrument is also very convenient for hedging various investments against the strong dollar.
In addition to the above, the UK broker has also added new CFDs on spot energies and precious metals – natural gas, platinum, and palladium.
The new trading instrumnets are available to traders who use Admiral.Markets accounts, one of the broker’s three types of trading accounts.
Admiral Markets UK is based and regulated in the UK and has a sister company in Australia, Admiral Markets Pty. Both brokers are units of Estonia-based Admiral Markets AS, part of the holding company Admiral Markets Group, which also includes Cyprus-regulated Admiralex.
Source: Admiral Markets