Now Trade CFDs on German Stocks with IFC Markets

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IFC Markets is happy to announce the release of trading new German stocks. The new group of Stock CFDs includes 30 most popular stocks, including stocks of Deutsche Bank, Volkswagen, Siemens, ThyssenKrupp, Deutsche Lufthansa and others.

IFC Markets now offers traders CFDs on German blue chip stocks that make up the DAX 30 – Germany’s blue chip stock market index, one of the most important indices for European investors, similar to the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) in the United States. IFC Markets has added the 30 largest and highly liquid German companies traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange to the list of US and Russian companies that can be traded through its NetTradeX platform.

While traders were able to trade German stock market index DE30 that replicates the DAX30 index, the traders now will be able to get direct exposure to the stock market of the largest Eurozone economy by trading CFDs on shares of German blue chip companies from all sectors including materials, energy, industry, health services, financials, cyclical and non-cyclical consumer goods.

The list of companies includes such prominent names as Merck KGaA, BMW, Daimler AG, MAN SE, Volkswagen AG, E.ON SE, Deutsche Bank AG, Bayer AG and many others. Taking into account various estimates that nearly 75% of sales generated by DAX-listed companies are earned abroad, traders now can select the stocks they want to trade based on their knowledge of growth prospects of various German industries and can compose stock portfolios to match their trading strategies and diversify their investments.

To summarize, IFC Markets is constantly working on providing new instruments to its clients, making the range of provided instruments as diverse as possible. Very soon the company will launch a new group of instruments.

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