Earlier this year the company added differential markets that let investors speculate on the performance of the FTSE 100 versus the Dow Jones as well as the performance of Brent crude oil versus US crude oil. The firm has now added a number of new forex markets, http://www.financialspreads.com/
According to Adam Jepsen, spokesman for FinancialSpreads.com, "We already offer clients more than 2,000 markets but it's important to constantly improve the service and that includes widening the choice of markets. That's why we have added markets such as Singapore dollar/Japanese yen."
However forex has not been the only area where Financial Spreads have improved, "There have been some impressive IPOs this year and naturally we have added markets such as Glencore and LinkedIn so that account holders can speculate on whether the respective share prices will go up or down," added Jepsen.
Although the US markets are not new to Financial Spreads, the spread betting company has also added an extra NASDAQ market - http://www.financialspreads.com/
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About Financial Spreads
Financial Spreads is based in London and is a trading name of London Capital Group (LCG) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. LCG is a company registered in England and Wales under registered number: 3218125. Registered address, 2nd Floor, 6 Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 2AB.