Core Liquidity Markets

Core Liquidity Markets Expands the Number of Currency Pairs Available to 57

 
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Melbourne, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/07/2014 -- Core Liquidity Markets, an Australia-based Forex broker has announced it has expanded the number of available currency pairs to 57. Previously Core Liquidity Markets offered 26 pairs plus its CFDs as well as its Binary Options products.

The most notable additions to the list are some of the Euro crosses like: Euro/Danish Kroner EURDKK, Euro/Polish Zloty EURPLN and the Euro/Singapore Dollar EURSGD. Core Liquidity Markets has also added the Euro/South African Rand EURZAR and increased its US Dollar base pair offerings including the US Dollar/ Mexican Peso USDMXN, the US Dollar/Hong Kong Dollar USDHKD as well as the USD Chinese Yuan.

Managing Partner Michael Markarian said, "We are very excited that we have over doubled the number of available trading pairs. Our clients can now experience trading pairs from emerging economies like Poland, Hungry and the Czech Republic."

Trading on the additional pairs is available in all of the platforms offered by Core Liquidity Markets including MetaTrader 4, WebTrader as well as the MetaTrader 4 mobile.

About Core Liquidity Markets
Providing some of the most competitive solutions in the industry, the company also features a White Label program for partners with growing businesses. It allows them to create customizable online trading systems. The MetaTrader 4 system is fully accessible, and branded with the client’s name, logo, and language. Participants have access to deep liquidity, advanced pricing execution, and the ability to protect their client database accessible only to them.

Learn more about Core Liquidity Markets go to http://www.clmforex.com

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