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2020 Global Forex Awards B2B


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2020 Finance Magnates Awards


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2020 Finance Magnates Awards


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What are indices?

Indices are a measure of a section of shares in the stock market, created by combining the value of several stocks to create one aggregate value. Major financial indices include the Dow Jones Industrial Average, FTSE 100, CAC 40, and Dax 30. The Dow Jones index, for example, represents 30 large publically-listed companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
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What is forex?

FX trading, also known as foreign exchange trading, or forex trading, is the exchange of different currencies on a decentralised global market. It's one of the largest and most liquid financial markets in the world. Forex trading involves the simultaneous buying and selling of the world's currencies on this market.
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What is a commodity?

A commodity is a physical good that can be bought or sold on the commodity market. Commodities can be categorised into either hard or soft varieties. Hard commodities are natural resources like oil, gold and rubber and are often mined or extracted. Soft commodities are agricultural products such as coffee, wheat or corn.
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What is share trading?

Share trading in the underlying market is the buying and selling of company shares with the aim of making a profit. Shares represent a portion of ownership of a public company. Learn more about share trading.
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What are bonds?

A bond is a fixed-income instrument, or debt security, and represents a long-term lending agreement between a borrower and lender - effectively an 'IOU'. The bond issuer is often a corporation or a government, and the funds are used to finance a project or operation.
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What is leveraged trading?

One of the advantages of trading CFDs is that you only need to deposit a percentage of the full value of your position to open a trade, known as trading on leverage. Remember, trading on leverage can also amplify losses, so it's important to manage your risk.

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Is it free to open an account?

There's no cost when opening a live CFD account. You can also view prices and use tools such as charts, Reuters news or Morningstar quantitative equity reports, free of charge. However, you will need to deposit funds in your account to place a trade.

What are the costs of CFD trading?

There are a number of costs to consider when CFD trading, including spread costs, holding costs (for trades held overnight which is essentially a fee for the funds you borrow to cover the leveraged portion of the trade), guaranteed stop-loss order charges (if you use this risk-management tool), and more.
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Is CMC Markets regulated in New Zealand?

Yes, CMC Markets NZ Limited is regulated by the Financial Markets Authority (‘FMA’) for the provision of derivative products, FSP41187.

How does CMC Markets protect my money?

As a CMC client, your money is held separately from CMC Markets’ own money and is held on trust in a segregated client bank account with a registered bank in New Zealand in accordance with the Financial Markets Conduct Regulations. We do not use client money to hedge our positions or to meet the trading obligations of other customers. The holding and disbursing of client money is in accordance with applicable law; as such, your money is protected with us.

Where do your prices come from?

Our automated pricing engine collates and checks thousands of prices per second, streamed from our liquidity providers. The most representative price is then used to create the quotes on our platform. Our pricing on bonds and rates aim to mirror the underlying market.
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How does CMC Markets make money?

Our income primarily comes from our spreads, while other fees, such as overnight holding costs, make a minor contribution to overall revenue. Our aim is to build long-term relationships by providing the best possible trading experience through our technology and customer service.

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