Deep institutional liquidity on 2000+ global instruments

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Here you can see the most traded financial instruments among our wide liquidity offering. Check our deep liquidity on forex, indices, cryptocurriences, commodities, shares and ETFs.

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Instrument Name Avg. Spread Spread
EUR/USD 0.0000143
DE30 0.613
US30 1.74
Gold 0.0841
Oil 0.0215
Bitcoin (BTCUSD) 7.0177
BMW AG CFD 0.04

Forex

Liquidity solution tailored to the needs of our partners. Allow your clients to invest in currencies on the largest financial market in the world. Get access to enhanced forex liquidity.

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Instrument Name Avg. Spread Spread
EUR/USD 0.0000143
GBP/USD 0.0000386
USD/JPY 0.00277
USD/CAD 0.0000217
AUD/USD 0.0000573
EUR/PLN 0.000714
USD/TRY 0.0003573

Cryptocurriences

Get access to Crypto liquidity and develop your offer adding the most popular cryptocurrencies on the market. Allow your client to participate in the fastest growing financial market.

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Instrument Name Avg. Spread Spread
Bitcoin (BTCUSD) 7.0177
Ethereum (ETHUSD) 3.19719
Ripple (XRPUSD) 0.006216
Litecoin (LTCUSD) 0.71754
Dashcoin (DSHUSD) 3.19559

Indices

Our stock derivatives offer contains over 20 indices from the world’s biggest stock exchanges. Check our High Liquidity for indices and low spreads starting from 0 pips. No requoting.

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Instrument Name Avg. Spread Spread
DE30 0.613
US30 1.74
UK100 0.497
FRA40 0.429
US500 0.329
SPA35 3.15
VOLX 0.0714

Commodities

Check out our wide range of products from global markets. Get liquidity on commodities and allow your clients to invest in energy, agricultural, industrial and precious metals.

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Instrument Name Avg. Spread Spread
Gold 0.0841
Silver 0.00508
Oil Brent 0.0215
Oil WTI 0.0214
Sugar 0.0215
Cocoa 5.79
EMISS 0.05

Shares & ETF’s

Get liquidity on ETFs and start to offer your clients direct access to all main global exchanges. Leverage up to 1:10, short sale, dividends and much more.

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Instrument Name Spread
Adidas AG
Ferrari NV
Inditex SA
Apple Inc CFD
Google Inc CFD
ETF Lyxor STOXX Europe 600 Telecom
ETF Global X Uranium CFD
Access to 2000+ global instruments

Get deep liquidity on multiple-asset classes including forex, indices, commodities, shares and ETFs

Industry leading execution speeds

We have invested heavily in technology to deliver consistent low-latency execution

Enhanced pricing for STP and ECN brokers

Explore our improved pricing offering and tight spreads for retail brokers operating with STP and ECN models

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Who is a Liquidity Provider?

A liquidity provider by definition is an entity that allows clients to hedge their risks. It connects various brokers, banks, hedge funds, also traders and other financial institutions, increasing the liquidity of the joint market.

The more clients a liquidity provider is servicing the better offer can be delivered. Desired is a higher liquidity as it decreases the spread as well as the cost of trading. Liquidity providers act at both ends of given asset transactions. They sell and buy certain financial instruments at certain prices. It means that they become the direct counterparties for all executed trades with the clients. Therefore the liquidity providers guarantee the prices at which all the transactions were hedged.

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How does it work?

Liquidity providers have various strategies to assure the best possible liquidity. Trading and nowadays also robust IT Departments in the largest banks and brokerage houses are working 24/6 directly connected to stock exchanges, ECN banking systems and other STP brokers, checking their exposure, measuring their risks and finally making sure that there is always a bid and ask side with a tight spreads and sufficient volume of any traded asset.

The biggest and the most reliable liquidity providers are not only sending all the flow to stock exchanges, ECNs or even dark pools but can also internalize some of the flow delivered by their clients. The volumes sent by their customers are sustainable enough to net and execute the trades in milliseconds assuring better spreads and limiting the risk of any slippage. In other words, the biggest liquidity providers sometimes might act similar to multilateral trading facilities (MTFs).

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How to choose the best provider?

Choosing a Liquidity Provider (LP) is a demanding process, therefore a detailed analysis of pricing, economic efficiency, effectiveness of the trading infrastructure, surveillance of the IT systems, legal aspects and due diligence of the vendor should be conducted.

The following recommended list of qualification questions and considerations was created in order to help a broker to evaluate and choose the best possible liquidity provider.

The list should not be viewed as a complete list of points to be discussed, but rather as a framework for the most productive conversation possible when selecting the best LP.

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Our blog posts

Best liquidity provider – Why you shouldn’t always focus on low spreads

Wondering what to consider when choosing the best liquidity provider? Trade with a market maker or STP Broker? Depend on only one LP? Below you’ll find some guidance.   The […]

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How to Help your Traders Boost their Performance and Keep Them Trading

Keeping traders motivated How to keep traders motivated to trade when they’re losing enthusiasm and want to back off? There are a few strategies you can apply to do that […]

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LIQUIDITY FOR CRYPTOCURRENCIES – we are introducing Cryptocurrencies to our institutional offer

To our multi-asset offer, among other 2000+ instruments, we have decided to add liquidity for Cryptocurrencies. We know that recently virtual currencies based on blockchain technology have gained many enthusiasts. Despite increasing […]

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