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Current Status:Suspicious Clone
License Type:Market Making(MM)
Regulated in Country/AreaUnited Kingdom
Regulatory License No.：525164
Email Address of Licensed Institution :firstname.lastname@example.org
License Type:No Sharing
Website of Licensed Institution :
Expiry Date :--
Address of Licensed Institution :9Th Floor30 Crown PlaceLondonEC2A 4ESUNITED KINGDOM
Phone Number of Licensed Institution :+44 02033010483
Licensed Institution Certified Documents :FINSA_525164.png View Certified Documents
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Basic Information & Regulators of Core Spreads
Core Spreads was founded in 2014 and is a Forex and CFD broker based in Australia. Core Spreads' official website does not indicate that it is subject to any active regulation.
Safety Analysis of Core Spreads
Core Spreads, as an unregulated broker, cannot protect its clients' trading activities and fund security. Investors should be careful to avoid the Core Spreads broker.
Core Spreads provides investors with financial instruments such as Forex currency pairs, indices, gold, silver, stocks, and commodities.
Accounts & Leverage
Leverage is 1:200 for Forex currency pairs, 1:100 for indices, 1:200 for crude oil, and 1:80 for gold & silver.
Spreads & Commissions of Core Spreads
Spreads start at 0.6 pips for EURUSD, 1.2 pips for EURGBP, 2.2 pips for GBPAUD, 0.6 pips for AUDUSD, and commissions start at 1.25 EUR/1.40 EUR/1.5 USD per lot. Australian 200 Index (AUS200) spreads start at 1 pip and spreads for Germany 30 start at 1 pip with no commission payable. Spreads start at 3.5 pips for UK Crude Oil (Brent) and 3.5 pips for US Crude Oil (WTI) with no trading commissions. XAUUSD spreads start from 0.3 pips, and XAGUSD spreads start from 0.3 pips with trading commissions of 1.25 EUR / 1.40 EUR / 1.5 USD per lot.
Trading Platforms Available of Core Spreads
Core Spreads offers traders CoreTrader, the spread trading platform that provides industry-leading & low-cost trading and sharp execution, along with all the tools needed to manage risk accurately. Core MT4, the leading forex trading platform that may giving traders access to market-leading floating spreads and lower commissions in the industry.
Deposit and Withdrawal
Core Spreads supports traders to deposit and withdraw funds to and from their investment accounts via VISA, MASTERCARD, POLi.
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