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    Trio Markets-Overview of Spreads and Leverage Details

    Abstract:Trio Markets is a global online financial trading platform and multi asset broker founded in 2008, offering retail investors Forex trading, CFD trading, Spread Betting trading, Social trading, and Share Dealing trading.

      Who is Trio Markets

      Trio Markets is a global online financial trading platform and multi asset broker founded in 2008, offering retail investors Forex trading, CFD trading, Spread Betting trading, Social trading, and Share Dealing trading. Trio Markets is currently authorized and regulated by CySEC, with registration number 268/15. Trio Markets is a multi-asset platform with 236+ tradable Assets. Assets available on Trio Markets include Forex trading, CFD trading, Spread Betting, Social trading, Share Dealing.

      Minimum Deposit & Leverage

      Trio Markets offer investors four real accounts, namely the Zero-commission Basic account ($500 or equivalent), the Zero-commission Standard account ($5000 or equivalent), the Advanced account ($25000 or equivalent), the Premium account ($50,000 or equivalent), as well as the Demo account and the swap-free account. The leverage for currency is up to 1:500, for CFD trading up to 1:100.

      Spreads & Commission

      The spread on EUR/USD start from 0.3 pips, GBP/USD from 0.9 pips, AUD/USD from 0.6 pips. Trading commission for the Advanced Account is $5.5 per side, for the Premium account is $4 per side.

      Deposits & Withdrawals

      The list of Trio Markets payment methods below depend on the Trio Markets Entity and the Clients Country of Residence. General payments methods includes Visa, Mastercard, skrill, Neteller, wire transfer.

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