ICM.com Press Releases

August 15, 2012 - London, 15 August 2012 - ICM Capital, a leading provider of online foreign exchange and commodity trading services is pleased to announce, they have reduced their minimum spreads on foreign exchange trading across a range of major currency pairs.

Clients can now trade EUR/USD from as low as 1.6 pips and GBP/USD from just 2.7 pips. The spread on USD/CHF has also been reduced to 2.8 pips along with USD/JPY to 1.9 pips. ICM Capital’s reduced spreads on major foreign exchange currency pairs presents their clients with an optimal position to benefit from current and future developments on the markets.
Issa Abedi, Director at ICM Capital commented:

“At ICM Capital we work hard to provide our clients with the lowest possible trading costs. We are extremely proud to now be offering our outstanding liquidity, dedicated client support and state-of-the-art technology along with even tighter spreads. We are strongly committed to providing our traders with the most comprehensive and transparent trading solutions in the industry and are always looking to improve our clients trading experience.”

The current situation in the Eurozone results in a constant stream of significant fundamental reports and announcements being released, consequently offering some exceptional trading opportunities for ICM Capital’s spread traders. 

The new spread structure will be available on the MetaTrader 4 desktop PC and laptop as well as on the MT4 mobile trading platform on the iPad, iPhone and Android. ICM Capital also offers competitive spreads on other trading products including Oil (WTI & Brent), Indices, Silver and Gold. This new development signifies a further step towards ICM Capital’s objective of becoming a global leading provider of online trading services.

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