UK-regulated forex broker GMO-Z.com Trade UK, operating as Z.com Trade and part of Japan’s GMO Click group, said on Monday it has expanded its offering with futures contracts for difference (CFDs) on the UK100 and GER30 indices.
UK100 compromises of the 100 largest companies by market capitalization listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). GER30, aka DAX30, is the blue-chip index of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE), consisting of the top 30 listed companies, based on market capitalization and liquidity.
The two indices are often included to the offering of major international forex brokers, including FxPro, Easy Forex, Plus500, FXCM, and eToro, among others
In addition to UK100 and GER30, the broker also offers futures CFDs on several other indices – JP 225, US 30, US SPX500, US NQ100, CHN A50, IND NIF, and HK HSI.
Z.com is the global brand of Japanese forex broking holding company GMO CLICK Holdings. London-based Z.com Trade is regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It offers trading services, including forex, CFDs, and financial spread betting.
GMO Click Holdings, set up in 2012, consists of the companies GMO Click Securities (Tokyo), FX Prime by GMO (Tokyo), GMO-Z.com Forex HK (Hong Kong), GMO-Z.com Bullion HK (Hong Kong), and GMO-Z.com Trade UK (London).
Source: GMO-Z.com Trade UK