Trading 212, a European forex broker regulated by UK’s FCA, CySEC and Bulgaria’s FSC, said it has expanded its trading instruments portfolio by adding stocks of some of the leading Canadian companies in the banking, technology, transport and energy sectors.
On the list of Canadian stocks are majors like Canadian Railway, Bank of Canada, Bank of Nova Scotia, Imperial Oil, Suncor Energy, SunLife Financial, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Telus Corp, Transcanada Corp, Great-West Lifeco, Goldcorp, etc.
Like with all other stocks offered by Trading 212, the Canadian ones are also with floating spreads and a commission, which can be seen at the broker’s site.
Trading 212 offers a rather extensive portfolio of forex pairs, stocks, commodities and indices – over 750 instruments in total.
Recently the broker expanded the payment options on its popular Trading 212 mobile trading app by adding the WeCollect system for Chinese customers.
Bulgaria-based Avus Capital operates under the brand Trader.BG in Bulgaria and Trading 212 everywhere else. It operates in more than 65 countries, including Germany, Russia, and China. The brokerage has units authorized and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Bulgaria’s Financial Supervision Commission (FSC), and since earlier this year by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC).