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easyMarkets (Formerly Easy-Forex) is a forex and CFD broker with strong regulation that offers trading in wide range of financial products worldwide through both its proprietary platforms and the industry’s standard MT4. This is a broker that places a special focus on client protection: it provides Negative Balance Protection and allows forex traders to cancel losing trades via its dealCancellation feature.

Regulation: CySEC (Cyprus), ASIC (Australia)

Trading model: Dealing desk

Trading platforms: MetaTrader4, In-house

Deposit: $100

Min. Trade size: 0.01 (micro lots)

Max. Leverage: 1:400

Website: www.easymarkets.com

Cost of trading

Spread (Commission):
– 1.0 pips on EUR/USD, fixed

Latest news about easyMarkets

easyMarkets expands portfolio with Bitcoin CFDs

easyMarkets, a Cyprus and Australia-regulated forex broker announced it is expanding its trading portfolio with the addition of CFDs on the most

easyMarkets launches new mobile trading app

easyMarkets, a Cyprus and Australia-regulated forex broker, announced it has launched a new mobile trading application, which is based on the broker’s

New easyMarkets tool allows traders to freeze a position, choose best price rate

CySEC-regulated forex broker easyMarkets announced on Monday the launch of Freeze Rate, a new tool that allows traders to freeze a desired

easyMarkets launches feature that allows cancellation of losing trades

CySEC-regulated forex broker easyMarkets said on Monday it has launched dealCancellation, a new feature that allows traders to cancel a losing deal

Exness & easyMarkets go against the trend, keep margin requirements unchanged over Brexit

While UK residents are splitting into ‘Stay’ and ‘Leave’ camps over the approaching EU referendum, most FX brokers change their trading conditions,

easyMarkets launches GBP/USD options around UK referendum

CySEC-regulated forex broker easyMarkets said on Friday it is launching options trading on the movement of the British pound (GBP) amidst the