UFX Markets Added Five New Companies to Its Stock List

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UFX Markets Added Five New Companies to Its Stock List

The renowned online forex broker enlisted leading banking and internet companies to its stock list.

ForexMinute.com – Renowned online forex broker UFX Markets recently declared its decision of adding five new stocks for trading, owing to the escalating popularity of online stock trading on forex platforms. The company includes some highly notorious European banking establishments and American Internet organizations.

“UFX Markets’ new stocks are part of the NASDAQ 100 index as well as the S&P 500,” mentions the broker’s recent press release, “EBay and Yahoo join Google, Facebook and Amazon on UFX Markets’ list of available internet stocks in the technology sector. Both of them are traded on NASDAQ.”


The press release further confirms the availability of the banking stocks of Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Barclays. Deutsche Bank is traded on both the NYSE and Frankfurt, while the HSBC is traded on NYSE, as well as London and Hong Kong stock exchanges. The London-based Barclays is also traded on both the New York and London stock exchanges.

The new announcement by UFX Markets ensures to grasp further recognitions by the trading community. Our experts at ForexMinute also sees it as a cutting-edge move by the company. They have already received high accolades for their impeccable trading features and services, which include one-click trading, quick execution, lower spreads, and an advanced and user-friendly trading platform, says the recent UFX Markets review available at ForexMinute.com.

UFX Markets is licensed by Cyprus Investment Firm and regulated by CySEC. It is also the member of the European Union Securities and Exchange Commission.

To contact the reporter of the story, contact Jonathan Millet at john@forexminute.com