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XM.COM, the trade name of Trading Point Holdings Ltd, a forex broker with headquarters in Limassol, Cyprus and with licenses from CySEC, ASIC and New Zealand’s FSP has today announced traders choosing to open an XM Real Account now have the added flexibility of specifying either South African Rand (ZAR) or Singapore Dollar (SGD) as their base currency.
The move saves depositors in these currencies money on exchange fees and makes it simple to select either ZAR or SGD as the base currency of their trading account without any hassles. The new account options enables you to make deposits in that currency, trade in that currency, and make withdrawals in that currency.
XM.com states that with these new base currency options having been added to its already extensive lineup, clients have more choice and flexibility than ever before.
For the official announcement, click here.