CMC Markets updates online trading platform

Source: CMC Markets

CMC Markets, a leading global provider of online trading, today announces that it has significantly enhanced its Next Generation trading platform with a series of improvements and new features to further improve its clients’ trading experience.

The CMC Markets Next Generation trading platform has been rebuilt, making use of the latest HTML5 technology, designed to create the fastest and most reliable trading experience to date. The updated platform now includes a number of new features, many of which have been requested directly from clients such as pop-out charts, quick search and pending orders on charts, plus the ability to edit tables, view trends in economic announcements and much more.

As part of the upgrade, the web-based trading platform has moved over to HTML5 coding language, the latest evolution in web-browser technology. HTML5 offers improved cross-browser support and means there is no requirement for third-party plug-ins like Flash. HTML5 results in a faster and even more secure trading experience.*

David Fineberg, Group Commercial Director at CMC Markets, commented: “We are delighted to upgrade our Next Generation platform to provide traders with an even faster, more intuitive experience. At CMC Markets we are always looking to improve our user experience based on the needs of our clients who are demanding a personal, tailored service to suit their individual trading goals. With this latest round of upgrades we have taken feedback directly from clients and implemented this into our product roadmap.”

More information on the CMC Markets trading platform upgrade can be found here: https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/eoc/new-trading-platform

*The enhanced platform is built to run in a web browser, without the need for a user to download additional software plug-ins. This means our platform runs in the safest environment possible.

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