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FxPro, one of the leading European retail Forex brokers, has just unveiled a set of improvements to its trading conditions, with traders who like generous leverage sure to rejoice.
The first piece of news concerns trading the Swiss franc (CHF) – the company is raising the maximum leverage for trading with this pair to 1:100. This is a fivefold increase from levels announced in February 2015. Back then, the broker set the maximum leverage on trades with CHF pairs to 1:20.
The higher leverage means extra trading opportunities. It automatically translates into lower margin – it is now at 1% only.
The other nice bit of news should be of interest to users of the MetaTrader 5 (MT5) platform, which the broker rolled out in mid-March this year. FxPro is introducing a dynamic leverage of up to 1:500 on the platform, thus allowing MT5 account holders to increase their account leverage to a level that is in line with the one offered on MT4 and cTrader.
To learn more about FxPro’s trading conditions, click here.