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CitiFX Pro goes online and mobile

09 March 2009  |  2085 views  |  0 Source: Citi

Citi announced today that it has introduced Web and Mobile versions of the CitiFX Pro margin FX trading platform.

CitiFX Pro clients are now able to access their accounts and trade real-time via three state-of-the-art platforms: CitiFX Pro Trader, the current desktop version, CitiFX Pro Web and CitiFX Pro Mobile. Clients with Internet browser access can view streaming prices and charts for over 130 currency pairs and execute trades via CitiFX Pro Web, which can be launched without software installation.

Prospective clients can now try the Web platform via an innovative "Instant Demo", which is available on www.citifxpro.com. The demo allows the user to experience a realistic FX trading environment using live prices within seconds without filling out online forms.

Through CitiFX Pro, small institutions and individuals can trade FX on a sophisticated online platform. Citi recently announced that CitiFX Pro clients would receive FDIC insurance on their entire US dollar account balances. Citi also offers its clients its award-winning research and FX market commentary free of charge. These features make the CitiFX Pro offering one of the most compelling trading products currently available for online FX traders.

"With the launch of Web and Mobile versions, CitiFX Pro clients will be able to access their accounts and trade anywhere, anytime. Along with our highly-rated proprietary research and market commentary, we hope to give our clients highly relevant tools to help them in their trading activity," said Sanjay Madgavkar, Head of FX Margin Trading at Citi.

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