In a bid to widen its global appeal, FBS Trader has expanded the number of stocks available from the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. In total, 30 new stocks have been added to the list, including big names such as Volkswagen AG (VOW), Lufthansa AG (LHA) and Deutsche Bank (DBK). The new companies are available to trade on the FBS application from 10:00 to 18:30 GMT+3. The broker now offers approximately 100 stocks from US, UK and German exchanges.
Other FSE stocks available include:
- Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW)
- Commerzbank AG (CBK)
- Henkel AG & Co KgaA (HEN3)
- Porsche Automobil Hldg (Prf) (PAH3)
- Puma SE (PUM)
- Siemens AG (SIE)
The FBS Broker Headlines
FBS is a forex and CFD broker with a worldwide reach. It has a presence in over 150 countries and over 17 million clients on its books. Over its 12 years of trading, it has won a selection of prestigious awards, including Most Transparent Forex Broker in 2018 and Best Copy Trading Application. It is currently the official principal partner of Leicester City Football club and official trading partner of FC Barcelona.
FBS is regulated by the Cyprus Securities Exchange Commission (CySEC), a well-regarded authority that aims to protect retail traders from undue risk. This includes the provision of negative balance protection and segregated client funds. For clients outside of the EU, the firm is regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (IFSC). 24/7 customer service is provided, regardless of the region you live in.
Over 1500 assets are available, including a selection of forex pairs, commodities, indices, crypto and stocks. Trading is executed on one of three platforms: MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5 or the firm’s proprietary platform, FBS Trader. FBS also provides a copy trade application that allows you to analyse other trader’s positions and copy them exactly. Plus, for clients outside the EU, the first three trades are risk-free through their sign-up promotion. Leverage is available up to 1:30 for retail traders and 1:500 for professionals.
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