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    FXPRO:Founded in 2006, FxPro is a Forex and CFD broker, providing retail and institutional clients in over 170 countries with over 260 CFD products across six asset classes. FoxPro UK Limited is regulated by the FCA (Reg. No. 078/ 07). FxPro Financial Services Ltd. is regulated by CySEC in Cyprus (Regulatory Number: 509956) and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority of South Africa (Regulatory Number: 45052). Additionally, FxPro Global Marketing Ltd. is regulated by the Bahamas Securities Commission (Regulation No. SIA-F184).

    Abstract:Founded in 2006, FxPro is a Forex and CFD broker, providing retail and institutional clients in over 170 countries with over 260 CFD products across six asset classes. FoxPro UK Limited is regulated by the FCA (Reg. No. 078/ 07). FxPro Financial Services Ltd. is regulated by CySEC in Cyprus (Regulatory Number: 509956) and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority of South Africa (Regulatory Number: 45052). Additionally, FxPro Global Marketing Ltd. is regulated by the Bahamas Securities Commission (Regulation No. SIA-F184).

      Basic Information & Regulator of FXPRO

      Founded in 2006, FxPro is a Forex and CFD broker, providing retail and institutional clients in over 170 countries with over 260 CFD products across six asset classes. FoxPro UK Limited is regulated by the FCA (Reg. No. 078/ 07). FxPro Financial Services Ltd. is regulated by CySEC in Cyprus (Regulatory Number: 509956) and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority of South Africa (Regulatory Number: 45052). Additionally, FxPro Global Marketing Ltd. is regulated by the Bahamas Securities Commission (Regulation No. SIA-F184).

      Market Instruments of FXPRO

      FxPro offers CFDs in 6 asset classes, including Forex currency pairs, equities, spot indices, futures, spot metals, spot energy, etc. FxPro offers its clients top-tier liquidity providers and order execution without dealer intervention.

      Leverage & Accounts of FXPRO

      FxPro offers traders the ability to trade with FxPro MT4 accounts, FxPro MT5 accounts, and FxPro cTrader accounts with a maximum leverage of 1:200 for major currency pairs, minor currency pairs and gold, 1:50 for silver, 1:200 for major spot indices, 1:100 for minor spot indices, and 1:100 for spot energy and Leverage is 1:100 for energy futures and 1:25 for stocks. FxPro Cyprus Financial Services and the UK company set lever of 1:30 for major currency pairs, 1:20 for minor currency pairs, gold and major indices, 1:10 for silver, and 1:5 for stocks.

      Spreads & Commissions of FXPRO

      FxPro cTrader MT4 and MT5 trading accounts calculate commission into spreads. Investors who trade Forex currencies and spot metals on FxPro cTrader accounts need to pay a commission of $45 (per side) per $1,000,000.

      The formula for calculating the overnight interest on Forex currency pairs is: SWAP = (pip value x SWAP rate x number of overnights)/10.

      The formula for calculating segregated interest for other CFD products: overnight interest = position size x overnight rate x number of overnights.

      Trading Platform Applied

      FxPro offers a wide range of trading platforms for investors, MT4 Web, MT4 Multi-Terminal, MT4 Mobile, MT4 Tablet, MT5 Web, MT4 Mobile & MT4 Tablet FxPro cTrader, to meet a wide range of user needs.

      Deposit & Withdrawal

      Traders can choose from a variety of deposit and withdrawal options at FxPro forex. The FxPro Cyprus and Bahamas companies support wire transfers, internal broker transfers, VISA, MASTERCARD, Maestro, PayPal, Skrill, NETELLER, and CUP, Maestro.


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