More NewsGAIN Capital’s FX Service Added to Bloomberg

GAIN Capital's FX Service Added to Bloomberg

GAIN Capital’s online currency trading service has been made available to worldwide participants in the Bloomberg financial network. GAIN targets small-to mid-sized investors and provides a streamlined credit approval process. GAIN offers commission-free, 24-hour dealing — from live, streaming quotes — at Interbank spreads, with up to 50:1 leverage in four major currency pairs to investors who typically execute FX deals from US$100,000 to $10,000,000. Live prices are continuously published to clients though GAIN’s Java-enabled dealing software, and traders can at any time click on the current bid or offer and instantaneously execute a trade.

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