Japanese elections – it’s business as usual with easyMarkets
While most brokers are increasing margins and changing trading conditions for JPY crosses ahead of the Japanese general elections happening on 22 October, easyMarkets and its clients’ trading conditions will remain unaffected.
“We are happy to announce that easyMarkets will be conducting its business as usual and not changing our trading conditions whatsoever. We would like to ensure our customers that we are dedicated to client safety – proven by our handling of events such as the US elections last November, the Brexit referendum in June 2016 and the Swiss Franc collapse at the beginning of 2015.”
James Trescothick, Senior Global Strategist, easyMarkets
easyMarkets clients will have the exact trading conditions they had when they began with the company, regardless of what is affecting markets. As such, they will be able to continue trading any JPY crosses without any hindrance.
The confirmation comes as part of a raft of easyMarkets Risk Management tools and conditions. These include:
- Guaranteed stop loss
- Guaranteed take profit
- No requotes or amendments
- Negative balance protection
- Fixed spreads – always
In addition, the easyMarkets team is available to assess and help traders with any concerns or inquiries they may have.
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