Remember the Irish based spread betting firm MarketSpreads, which had problems earlier on in 2012?
ETX Capital, the spread betting and CFDs provider, has just announced the release of an app for the Android to enable mobile trading.
Twitter made its amazing debut on the stock market in the United States yesterday. The stock opened at $45.10, a massive $19 jump from its offer price of $26 closing at $49.90, up more than 73% from their initial price!
Net revenues reached £62.2 million for the first six months of the company’s financial year (April – September).
Fraud involving financial spread betting on the foreign currency markets is alleged in a case on trial at Plymouth Crown Court.
News that Twitter is intending to go public in November has the folks at IG Index excited.
Never one to miss a trick, IG Index announced earlier this year that it was going to launch the MetaTrader 4 platform for its Forex clients. This is despite the developers of the MetaTrader 4 platform, Cyprus-based MetaQuotes, having difficulties with third-party developers earlier this year, which resulted in the company banning some of the […]
It seems it is so long since previous privatizations such as British Airways and British Gas that the government has forgotten just how popular these prove to be with the investing public
In the interests of expanding competition, ETX Capital has just announced variable spreads on six major currency pairs.
Despite its best efforts to establish a more tenable position in the UK trading markets City Index is still struggling and the organisation is in a state of flux. The latest news is that the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Simon Bird, is due to leave shortly. Simon Bird was previously based at Bear Stearns from […]
In a move designed to stimulate greater interest in the fast-paced side of the spread betting market, IG has decided to remove its custom bets, and replace them with Sprint Markets
IG generated strong year-on-year revenue growth in the United Kingdom, Europe and rest of world, offsetting declines in Australia and Japan.
If you have been keeping up with the news, you will know that the London Capital Group (LCG) has been going through some rough times recently. This is partly because spread betting is becoming more established, and with this maturity is a decline in the exceptional growth which the industry…
UK based ETX Capital is a comparatively late entry into the international CFD and financial spread betting markets, and is making its mark, focusing on trans-European expansion. It started expanding into Europe with CFDs in late 2010, and also hit the African continent in early 2011, providing service to South Africa. Because of its success, […]
While some spread betting providers are capturing growing markets in this expanding business, others are still having a rough time. London Capital Group Holdings has seen profits plummet over 60% to £300,000 in the first half of this year.