This Monday, Admiral Markets announced that it is expanding its stocks and CFDs offering in the Asia Pacific region. From now on, the broker will provide access to the Japanese Market. Forex and CFD traders have an opportunity to trade some of the most popular stocks from Asia’s largest stock exchange – the NIKKEI 225. However, this is available for clients that hold Admiral.MT5 and Admiral.Invest accounts. Admiral Markets’ platform MT5 offers a range of new instruments. These features include 195 CFDs on Japanese shares and top Japanese consumer electronics companies, shares of car manufacturers, like Toyota and Nissan. Also, Admiral Markets have access to the Australian market through Metaquotes’ flagship FX trading platform, MetaTrader 5. They can trade 200 index shares from Australia.
Besides, Admiral Markets announced that it added the ability to trade Australian shares via its MetaTrader 5 platform.
In case, clients are interested in long-term investment, and this is now possible through Admiral.Invest accounts. Admiral.Invest is made for buy and hold investing.
About Admiral Markets
Admiral Markets is a forex and CFD broker. It offers traders access to major markets, indices, cryptocurrencies, shares, and commodities. This broker is especially interesting in the clientele that trades Bitcoin. Admiral Markets provides users with Bitcoin’s CFDs. Also, the broker puts all client funds in a segregated bank account. Besides, FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) regulates the trader.
Admiral Markets continues APAC expansion
The broker works hard on y expanding its products and offerings in the region. Admiral Markets reaches towards the Asia Pacific region. However, this is not the first attempt at expansion. The broker has operations in Estonia, Cyprus, and the United Kingdom.
Moreover, the broker’s clients can now trade up to 157 shares of Australia’s biggest banks – National Australia Bank, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, New Zealand, and Australia Bank, and alongside the country’s leading mining companies.
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