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Forex brokerage Admiral Markets said it has added new trading instruments for clients who operate Admiral.Markets accounts. Account holders now have access to 26 new contracts for difference (CFDs) on some of the most traded stocks of companies included in the Euro STOXX 50 index.
The new stock CFDs are offered in lots of 1 share and the maximum contract size is 10,000 lots. Traders can use a leverage of up to 10:1. For each contract they pay a commission of 0.05% of the transaction value, but no less that €3. Tick size and minimum spread is €0.001.
Following is a list of the newly-added CFDs:
- #ABI – Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV CFD
- #AD – Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize NV CFD
- #AIR – Airbus Group SE CFD
- #ALV – Allianz SE CFD
- #BAS – BASF SE CFD
- #BAYN – Bayer AG CFD
- #BBVA – Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA CFD
- #BMW – Bayerische Motoren Werke AG CFD
- #BN – Danone SA CFD
- #BNP – BNP Paribas SA CFD
- #DAI – Daimler AG CFD
- #DBK – Deutsche Bank AG CFD
- #DPW – Deutsche Post AG CFD
- #DTE – Deutsche Telekom AG CFD
- #EOAN – E.ON SE CFD
- #FP – TOTAL SA CFD
- #GLE – Societe Generale SA CFD
- #INGA – ING Groep NV CFD
- #ITX – Inditex SA CFD
- #ORA – Orange SA CFD
- #PHIA – Koninklijke Philips NV CFD
- #SAN – Sanofi SA CFD
- #SAP – SAP SE CFD
- #SIE – Siemens AG CFD
- #TEF – Telefonica SA CFD
- #UNA – Unilever NV CFD
In addition to single stock CFDs, the broker also offers a wide range of other trading instruments, including forex, commodities, indices, shares, bonds, and CFDs on indices, commodities, and bonds.
The broker offers three types of accounts – its flagship Admiral.Markets, Admiral.Prime, and Admiral.MT5. Following are details about their trading conditions:
Admital Markets is a collective brand of Admiral Markets UK, which is based and regulated in the UK, and its Australian-based and regulated sister company 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.