We're happy to announce the release of several new trading instruments and improved trading terms on existing indices, metals and other CFDs.
New trading instruments
USDX - US Dollar Index futures CFD
US Dollar Index is calculated as a value of the US dollar relative to a basket of six currencies including euro, yen, pound sterling, Canadian dollar, Swedish krona and Swiss franc. Now you have an opportunity to consider global fundamental trends and go long or short on the US dollar against these major currencies. This instrument is also very convenient for hedging various investments against the strong dollar.
China 50 - FTSE China A50 Index futures CFD
Our clients from the APAC have long been interested in Chinese bluechips. Now we are able to satisfy this interest, by providing a futures CFD on the FTSE China A50 Index. The underlying index represents a portfolio of A shares from the fifty largest mainland China companies, which are traded in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
New CFDs on spot energies and precious metals
NGAS is a volatile contract on blue gold or natural gas, which scalp traders may find particularly appealing. Contract size 1000 MMBtu.
PLATINUM and PALLADIUM are new spot contracts with self-explanatory names. Contract size 100 troy oz for both.
New CFDs on the shares of popular US companies, which are traded on NYSE and NASDAQ
#NFLX - Netflix Inc. CFD
#AMZN - Amazon.com Inc. CFD
#TSLA - Tesla Motors Inc. CFD
#BABA - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd CFD
#TWTR - Twitter Inc. CFD
Feel free to learn more about these new instruments in our contract specifications.
Please note that instruments are only provided to traders with an Admiral.Markets account on the AM-Live2 trade server. We will no longer be adding new trading instruments to former Pro servers (AM-Live1 and AM-Live3). If you are using a former Admiral-Pro account (with distinct -Pro postfixes in instrument symbols), please open a new Admiral.Markets account and transfer funds internally via the Trader's Room.
To make these instruments more accessible to you, our leverage rate on most popular indices, commodities and CHF currency pairs now scales up to 1:200.
Leverage rates per instrument and account typePublication source