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Spreads from just 0.6 points with the UK's largest retail FX provider*
Access an extensive range of forex markets and rely on our technology to implement the deal you want
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Deal on more than 90 FX markets, from major currency pairs such as AUD/USD, GBP/EUR and GBP/USD to minors including CAD/CHF, GBP/CAD.
Looking further afield? Our 'exotics' range includes TRY/JPY and USD/MXN, plus numerous Australasian, Scandinavian, emerging pairs and bitcoin markets.
In addition to our spot FX markets, you can take longer-term positions with forward forex bets, which enable you to deal on FX for the next two quarters. You can also bet on short-term market movements, using our digital 100s, and options to capitalise on volatility.
The trillions of dollars’ worth of global transactions taking place every day mean that price movements can happen very quickly
FX prices are influenced by a range of different factors, including interest rates, inflation, government policy, employment figures and demand for imports and exports. However, although forex is one of the most volatile markets, due to the high levels of liquidity it will often offer the tightest spreads.
We provide you with essential market data so that you can make informed dealing decisions. As an IG client, you can view real-time streaming prices and correlations, receive live Reuters news streams and get up-to-the-minute insight from our expert analysts.
Speculate on the value of bitcoin against a range of global currencies, without having to buy and store actual bitcoins
Spreads start at $5 and margin from 7.5%, for:
Our bitcoin prices
*By number of primary relationships with FX traders (Investment Trends UK Leveraged Trading Report October 2016)
199.3% of trades executed in 0.1 seconds: average per month, IG globally (12 months to June 2015)
2Average spread (Monday 00:00 - Friday 22:00 GMT) for the twelve weeks ending 24 February 2017.