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IFX adds new FX instruments to online trading platform

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London-based financial market-maker IFX has added spot FX and EFP currency futures to its online foreign exchange trading platform IFX Direct.

IFX Direct is aimed at institutional and professional traders, hedge funds, commodity trading advisers (CTAs) and experienced private investors. It enables them to buy and sell currencies and currency-based derivatives over the Internet in real-time, with live, instantly tradable prices, 24 hours a day.

IFX Direct is supported by the company's 24-hour back office and call centre, offering toll-free lines from many countries, immediate settlement and online statements.

Graham Wellesley, chief executive of IFX, says: "Foreign exchange trading is our core business, and IFX Direct represents the future for IFX and our customers. The integration of EFPs into our existing platform underlines our commitment to provide our customers with the best possible trading technology."

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