IC Markets Offers Bonds As The Latest Asset Class For Traders

Sydney, Australia, November 1, 2017. International Capital Markets Pty. Ltd. (IC Markets), the world’s largest foreign exchange provider, has added a range of Bond CFDs to its growing multi-asset offering. The addition of these fixed income products comes at a time when interest rates are normalising across the world’s major economies following years of record lows, providing IC Markets clients with new trading opportunities from some of the most traded Bond markets.

Bonds are popular instruments that many traders use to express their views on expected changes in long-term interest rates. In particular, the IC Markets Bonds CFDs are based off highly rated governments from around the world, including the United States, Japan and Europe. Designed for retail traders, the Bond products are offered as CFDs and can be traded long or short with flexible lot sizes starting from $1 per point.

IC Markets Director Angus Walker added: “The addition of Bonds CFDs comes at an important time in financial markets. We’re late in the cycle for one of the longest running stock bull markets in history and as central banks are reducing the size of their balance sheets, Bonds CFDs are a great way for our clients to trade these emerging themes”.

About International Capital Markets Pty Ltd (IC Markets).

Sydney headquartered International Capital Markets Pty Ltd is the world’s largest Foreign Exchange provider. IC Markets is the industry leader, distinguishing itself with unique forex technology, proprietary tools and services, and a remarkable focus on customer service. IC Markets is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission in Australia (AFSL 335692).

Forex and CFD trading may not be suitable for everyone so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. Please consider IC Markets PDS available from IC Markets before entering into any transaction with us.

For further information, visit www.icmarkets.com or contact IC Markets by telephone on: +612 8014 4280.