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ATFX launched 124 new products, a new record in its product line

HONG KONG, 25 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – As a world leader CFD Broker, ATFX is committed to providing its customers with a safe, honest and stable business environment combined with leading-edge products and services. Meanwhile, ATFX is always looking to introduce new products based on trends, needs and consumer feedback. Therefore, the ATFX team launches in-demand products that resonate with most of our target customers as we strive to provide customers with the optimal product portfolio.

Products and services are the key ingredients that support the sustainable development of a business. In addition, a diverse product portfolio can satisfy the needs of a large customer base, making the company more competitive in the market.

So far ATFX has developed a comprehensive product portfolio, covering currency pairs, basic products, clues, crude oil, actions and other CFD products. In addition, the broker offers more than 300 tradable products, including stocks of leading companies in fields such as technology, energy, healthcare, aviation, transportation and banking.

As a “client-centric” broker, ATFX is constantly expanding its product line. Recently, in line with our clients’ demands and market trends, ATFX launched 113 CFDs on US stocks, which include trendy Chinese companies such as XPeng Motors and Tencent Music, which is listed in the United States, as well as 11 CFDs on French stocks. New CFD products are available to its global customers. To date, ATFX offers more than 300 tradable instruments to its clients, of which 273 are CFD products in stock.

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ATFX is an award-winning FX / CFD broker with a global presence offering customer support in over 15 languages. With more than 300 negotiable financial assets, including forex, precious metals, energy, indices and stocks traded as CFDs, ATFX is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of the United Kingdom, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) in Cyprus, the Financial Services Commission (FSC) in Mauritius, and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in Saint-Vincent-et-le Grenadines.


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