ROAD TOWN, Tortola--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Forex trading platform and financial service provider iFOREX has recently added the Euro STOXX 50 CFD to its list of tradable indices. Traders can now conveniently trade the Euro STOXX 50 CFD along with other tradable products such as Forex and commodities from one trading platform. This new service is offered to clients around the world in a variety of languages, including Arabic, Spanish and Russian which can be found at http://www.iforex.ae, http://www.iforex.es and http://www.iforex.com.ru
The Euro STOXX is the latest index to be added to iFOREX’s online trading platform and is expected to be very popular. The index was established to record the share prices of the top 50 blue chip companies in the Eurozone. The index is comprised of the leading European Banks, petroleum companies, telecommunications and electronics companies, automakers and more. It is the largest recognized blue chip stock market benchmark in the Eurozone and it captures 60% of the total ‘free float’ market capitalization of the Eurozone’s listed companies.
“As CFD trading continues to gain popularity among traders, adding the Euro STOXX 50 to our tradable products is something we are very excited about,” an iFOREX senior marketing executive was quoted as saying. “As one of the widest recognized indices in the Euro Zone, the Euro STOXX 50 generates a large number of trading volume and continuous fluctuations. Traders can now have access to this major index and benefit from its vast price movements.”
If you would like more information on either the Euro STOXX 50 or CFD trading, or would also like to find out more about iFOREX, please visit iforex.com. For direct financial information about Forex trading, economic events and technical analysis please visit http://traderbase.iforex.com
* Territorial restrictions may apply. iFOREX does not offer its services in the BVI
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