FOREXYARD Introduces New Currency Pairs to Their Platform

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Due to popular demand, FOREXYARD adds the Turkish Lira (TRY) and South African Rand (ZAR) to their trading platform.

As part of their commitment to providing clients with the best possible trading solution, FOREXYARD is happy to announce the inclusion of two further currencies to their forex trading platform: the Turkish Lira (TRY) and the South African Rand (ZAR). As the financial standings of both nations improves, its is envisaged that these currencies will increase in both value and demand. Both currencies may be traded against the dollar, and as with all FOREXYARD pairs, are made available with tight spreads and aggressive margins. This addition will broaden FOREXYARD's appeal and international client base and bolsters their position as an up and coming market leader, committed to meeting the appetites of their clients, in a framework of a greater, growing interest in the online trading industry.

On top of this, FOREXYARD has recently improved the trading conditions for their SuperMini account holders, so that they now receive the same spreads as Standard account clients. This change allows the smaller investor to minimizes transaction costs, thus maximizing their available capital.

About Fxyard Ltd.
Based in Nicosia, Cyprus, FXYARD Ltd. provides its customers with an advanced online trading platform, catering to a wide range of clients from first-time traders to experienced industry professionals. Amongst other features, clients benefit from real-time market reporting and analysis, continuous quoting, negative balance protection and an expert support team. FOREXYARD caters to a global client base and so their services, including websites, support and trading platform are available in a wide range of languages. For additional information on any of the issues dealt with in this release, contact Lee More (President, FXYard Ltd.) or visit forexyard.com.

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