Malta-based forex broker Exante said on Tuesday it has included several new features to its self-branded trading platform, adding options for automated calculation of margin and a new Time&Sales module that provides real-time sales data.
With the latest software update, Exante enables clients to fully set the calculation of margin requirements to an automated mode. The Basket Trader automatically counts the required margin when traders hover Buy or Sell buttons depending on the projected order details. In addition, margin requirements are also automatically calculated in the Order and Click-Trade modules when order parameters are inserted.
Meanwhile, the platform’s Time&Sales module has been enhanced to display the current sales of an instrument in real time, but only for instruments that feature Trades history. Users can see all instrument sales for several days, including the operation time, the price and size.
In addition to the above-mentioned innovations, the broker has also added two other new features. For one thing, the Open Interest is now shown even if an instrument is on Schedule Break. Moreover, the Basket Trader module now features Greek coefficients, which are differential indicators showing the relation between the option price and different market indicators. For this purpose, the Basket Trader module has been enhanced to allow for customization of the set of the displayed table columns, so that Greeks can fit on the screen, too.
Exante’s self-branded trading platform is the only one it the broker’s offering. It provides access to more than 45,000 instruments, including forex pairs and binary options. The platform also provides an option for multi-account trading. It is available across several channels for devices with various operating systems – Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, and Android, as well as via browsers.
Exante offers trading in forex, precious metals, options, bonds, stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) through its in-house Automated Trading Platform (ATP). It has a minimum deposit requirement of €10,000 and offer a leverage of up to 50:1. The broker is licensed by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA).