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TradeStation International and Interactive Brokers UK to offer global trading account

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TradeStation International, the London-based, United Kingdom subsidiary of TradeStation Group, has teamed with Interactive Brokers (UK), an affiliate of the Interactive Brokers Group (IBKR), to offer a TradeStation Global platform and brokerage account with the ability to trade markets across the globe.

This new TradeStation Global product combines the TradeStation trading analysis platform – including a wide range of TradeStation premium features such as the RadarScreen market monitoring and ranking tool, a market depth tool and the fully customisable TradeStation Charting package – with Interactive Brokers’ multi-currency global account, execution, clearing and settlement capabilities and very low margin rates.
Qualified clients will be able to access available market data from Interactive Brokers around the clock and to trade stocks, ETFs, futures (including, where available, Bitcoin futures), forex (major and minor currency pairs), CFDs and bonds, in over 100 markets across the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, United States and the Asia-Pacific region.
TradeStation Global clients will be able to fund their accounts in multiple currencies, as well as trade assets denominated in multiple currencies from a single account. Forex traders will be able to access combined liquidity from some of the world’s largest foreign exchange dealers and trade currencies at highly competitive rates.
“We are excited about the opportunities our clients will now have to trade global markets using the cutting-edge power of theTradeStation platform as connected to Interactive Brokers’ global execution capabilities,” says Rustam Lam (pictured), CEO of TradeStation International. “We believe this will be a great combination for eligible active traders and institutions looking to make the most of their trading ideas and opportunities on a global scale.”

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