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FxPro has added over 2,000 new shares on MT5 platforms

FxPro

The global broker FxPro has carried out the largest expansion of its asset line in the company's history! The range of financial instruments on the MetaTrader 5 platform has been expanded with 2000+ new share CFDs. Among them are securities of the most popular companies in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the USA.

Clients can now trade American Airlines (AAL.O), BiliBili (BB.O), Booking Holdings (BKNG.O), Commerzbank (CBKG.DE), Chewy Inc (CHWY.N), Continental AG (CONG.DE), DELL (DELL.N) and thousands of other CFDs.

Thanks to this significant development, our traders have increased opportunities to diversify their market portfolio and build various trading strategies.

On the FxPro website and the MT5 trading platform, you can filter stocks not only by country but also by the business sector. For example, Academic & Educational Services, Banking & Investment Services, Food & Beverages, Industrial Goods, Renewable Energy - more than 30 industries in 8 countries.

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05 November 2021



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