Client funds are segregated
Dealing spreads as tight as 0.1 pips
Minimum lot size as low as 0.01
Compensation fund up to EUR20K per case
85 currency pairs and bullions
Fast NDD/STP execution
Leverage of up to 100:1
Minimum deposit as low as US$300
Strict Identity Verification

About SFX Markets

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SFX Markets offers top-quality forex and precious metals brokerage services for retail and institutional traders and is committed to providing the best possible dealing spreads and quick trade execution.

As an agency-based business, we earn income only from dealing commissions and never trade against our clients.

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We offer our clients and partners innovative and flexible trading solutions to help them run a productive, comfortable and profitable business.

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SFX Markets is a member of the international independent dispute resolution body – The Financial Commission. SFX Markets holds an A-category membership which gives its customers the highest access to the body’s Compensation Fund which offers up to 20,000 EUR per case.

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Spreads & Quotes

SFX Markets understands dealing spreads and swap prices can make a difference to our clients’ trading experience and profitability.

Currency Bid Ask Spread
AUD/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
GBP/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/GBP 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/CHF 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/JPY 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/CAD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/CAD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips

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Analytic News

Technical Reports
19 October, 2018
EUR/GBP: Deeper Fall Is Not Excluded
Stance of trading is neutral for consolidation above 0.8722. Deeper drop is expected, considering support turned resistance 0.8847...
EUR/CHF Remains In Consolidation
Trading tone remains neutral, as consolidation below temporary top 1.1491 continues. Trading above 1.1491 will aline resistance 1.1713 for confirming bullish trend reversal...
Decline Of EUR/AUD Is In Progress
Trading is on the downside for 1.5984, as fall from 1.6357 goes on. Price moves from 1.6353 are seen as a consolidation...
Fall In EUR/USD Continues
Trading is on the downside for support 1.1431, as fall from 1.1621 continues. Trading above minor resistance 1.1527 will become neutral...
Drop Renewal In GBP/USD
Trading is on the downside for support 1.2921, as break of minor support 1.3081 indicates resumption of the fall from 1.3257. Price moves from 1.2661 are corrective...
Bounce In USD/CHF Extends
Trading is on the upside for resistance 1.0067, as growth from 0.9541 is in progress...
Recovery In USD/JPY
Trading is neutral, as the pair recovered after reaching 112.01. Hitting of 112.71 will point out widening of the bounce from 111.62 to retest high 114.54...
USD/CAD: Growth Has Resumed
Trading is on the upside, as growth from 1.2781 resumed after reaching 1.3070. Further growth is expected, while minor support 1.2916 keeps...
AUD/USD: Corrective Bounce Has Completed
Trading is on the downside for retesting low 0.7040, as break of minor support 0.7098 suggests that corrective growth from 0.7040 has completed at 0.7159...
GBP/JPY Dips Lower
Trading is on the downside, with focus on resistance turned support 145.67. Fall of the cross reaches low 145.81. Pivot points are at: (S1) 145.27; (P) 146.58; (R1) 147.34...
Fall Resumption In EUR/JPY
Trading is on the downside for support 127.85, as fall from 133.12 resumed after reaching temporary low 129.11. A near term forecast will stay mildly bearish in case of recovery...
18 October, 2018
Sideway Trading In GBP/JPY
Trading tone is still neutral, as the cross is limited in consolidation from 149.70. Further growth is expected while resistance turned support 145.67 keeps...
Bearish Forecast Of EUR/JPY
Stance of trading is neutral, as consolidation above 129.11 extends. Trading below 129.11 will aline support 127.85...
EUR/GBP Remains Bounded In Consolidation
Stance of trading is neutral for consolidation above 0.8722. Deeper drop is expected, considering support turned resistance 0.8847...
Bounce Of EUR/AUD Has Completed
Trading is on the downside for 1.5984, as bounce from 1.5984 has completed at 1.6357. Price moves from 1.6353 are seen as a consolidation...
Forex News
19 October, 2018
WTO Tries to Cope With Global Trade Tension
Disputes over US tariffs and retaliatory moves by other states have sparked 12 requests for adjudication at the World Trade Organization. China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico, Norway, Russia and Turkey have all requested that the WTO set up a panel of adjudicators to judge the legality of steel and aluminum tariffs which US President Donald Trump imposed in March...
DAX: Downward Trend Continues
European stocks fell on Friday, to extend losses from the previous session. The German DAX stock index dropped by another 0.32% to trade at 11.552 level...
Euro Stabilizes Mildly After Two Losing Sessions
The single currency has slightly stabilized today, after posting considerable losses in two straight sessions. The EUR/USD pair is trading at 1.1447, having lost another 0.04% on the day...
UK September Budget Deficit the Lowest in 11 Years
The UK government recorded a smaller budget deficit than expected in September. The Office for National Statistics reported, that the deficit stood at 4.123 billion pounds in September, compared with 4.958 billion pounds a year ago...
China's Q3 GDP Growth the Slowest Since 2009
In the third quarter, economic growth in China slowed to the weakest pace after the global financial crisis and was below economists' expectations. The official data showed, that China’s economy grew by 6.5% yoy in Q3, after rising 6.7% in the second quarter. Economists had forecast a slowdown in growth to 6.6%. On a quarterly basis, economic growth slowed to 1.6% from 1.7% in the second quarter, which is in line with economists' expectations. Third quarter growth was pressured by the weakest factory output since February 2016 in September as automobile makers cut production by over 10% amid a sales slowdown. A long-term debt risk campaign and trade war with the United States also influenced economic growth of China...
18 October, 2018
US Initial Jobless Claims Fell to 210k
US initial claims for state unemployment benefits decreased last week. The US Labor Department reported, that initial jobless claims fell by 5.000 to a seasonally adjusted 210.000 for the week ended October 13. Economists had forecast claims to fall to 212.000 in the latest week...
British Pound Pressured by Brexit Uncertainties and Retail Sales Data
US stock futures are pointing to further losses on Wall Street, while European shares showed mixed trade as traders kept eyes on developments over Brexit negotiations...
European Stocks Recovering With DAX 0.24% Higher
European stock indexes are modestly growing, as investors analyze a variety of income reports and recently released minutes of the September meeting of the US Federal Reserve...
Euro Remains Steady on Lack of Eurozone Data
The euro shows limited movements versus US dollar today, after recording considerable losses on Wednesday. The EUR/USD pair is trading at 1.1523 level, having gained 0.20% on the day...
Bank of Japan Downgrades Economic Assessment of Two Regional Economies
Japanese central bank reduced its economic assessment for two of the country's nine regions hit by natural disasters...
UK Retail Sales Declined More Than Expected in September
The volume of retail sales in Great Britain fell unexpectedly last month. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported, that retail sales dropped by 0.8% in September, compared to a 0.4% increase in August...
17 October, 2018
US Treasury Department is Due to Publish Its Foreign-Exchange Policy Report
The US Treasury Department will release its semi-annual review of currency regimes of the US’s 12 major trade partners and Switzerland today...
DAX Dips Further as European Car Shares Tumble
A decline in car sales has dragged the DAX lower. BMW has dropped 1.14%, Daimler has declined 1.28% and Volkswagen has dropped 0.83%. Overall, European car sales plunged by 23% last month...
Euro Trading Lower After Eurozone CPI Data
The euro fell versus US dollar today. The EUR/USD pair lost 0.29% and traded at 1.1541 level. Markets are focused on the EU 2-day summit in Brussels...
FOMC Minutes to Guide the Markets
US stocks enjoyed their best day since March on Tuesday, as the release of strong quarterly results from some of the largest US companies helped restore appetite for riskier assets...
Market Reviews
19 October, 2018
Weak CPI and Retail Sales Data Have Sent the CAD Lower
Euro remains relatively steady versus US dollar after showing considerable losses. Canadian dollar dips on weak economic data. Japanese yen and Swiss franc are the weakest ones...
Euro Loses Ground as Political Tension in Eurozone Increases
The euro is trading at about a weekly low against the US dollar, as criticism of the European Commission regarding the populist budget of Italy caused new concerns about political tensions in the Eurozone...
18 October, 2018
Solid US Jobs Data Gave No Significant Boost to the Dollar
US dollar is trading mixed, despite strong data on labor market. Still, the USD remains firm, supported by the hawkish FOMC minutes released yesterday. Australian dollar is the strongest one for today, followed by New Zealand dollar...
Fed Rate Hike Expectations Support the Dollar
The US dollar remains strong after the publication of the minutes of the September meeting of the US Federal Reserve, which confirmed expectations that the central bank is likely to continue raising interest rates this year...
17 October, 2018
Euro and Pound Weakened on Eurozone and UK Inflation Reports
The British pound is trading as the weakest one for today. The pound drops notably after September consumer inflation data came in lower than expected. Euro is trading as the second weakest one for now...
British Pound Awaits UK CPI Data for Support
The Forex markets stay in consolidative mode. US dollar and Japanese yen are trading as the two strongest ones for now...
16 October, 2018
UK Employment Report Boosts the Pound
The British pound strengthens broadly today, with the help of stronger than expected jobs data. Still, upside is limited against the US dollar, euro and Japanese yen. The New Zealand dollar is also strong, lifted by CPI data...
USD Recovers, New Zealand Dollar Broadly Higher After Q3 CPI
The US dollar recovers after yesterday’s sell off. For now, the greenback and Canadian dollar are trading as the strongest ones. The British pound is trading mixed together with euro and Australian dollar...
12 October, 2018
USD and Global Stocks Recover, Euro Pares Gains
US dollar recovers along with the global stocks. But for today, Canadian dollar and Australian dollar are the strongest one so far, while US dollar is the third strongest...
Asian Stock Markets Recover, US Shares Still Down
Canadian Dollar is the strongest one so far today, followed by British pound and US dollar. Japanese yen is the weakest one again for today, followed by New Zealand dollar and Australian dollar...
11 October, 2018
US Dollar Dips Lower After CPI Missed Forecast, Euro Firms
Euro continues to strengthen versus US dollar, with the EUR/USD pair hovering near $1.16 level. Australian dollar and New Zealand dollar are the strongest ones, while US dollar and Japanese yen are weak...
US Stocks Showed the Worst Fall in Nearly Eight Months, USD Weak
Asia-Pacific stock indexes are trading with a significant decline on Thursday after a sharp sell-off on Wall Street amid worries about rising interest rates, as well as weakness of technology company stocks due to concerns about rising tensions between the US and China...
10 October, 2018
European Majors Stabilize, USD Gets No Boost From PPI
The British pound remains steady versus US dollar, despite soft economic data. UK GDP was flat in August, grew 0.0% mom, below expectation of 0.1% mom. Though, July’s figure was revised up from 0.3% mom to 0.4% mom...
USD Falls After Donald Trump's Comments, Risk Sentiments Stabilized
US dollar weakens, as it is pressured by retreat in treasury yields as well as US President’s comments on Fed policy. Euro is the weakest one, followed by US dollar...
9 October, 2018
Euro Hovers Near 7-Weeks Low as Markets Stay at Risk Aversion Mode
Japanese yen and US dollar are the strongest ones, followed by Australian dollar, as risk aversion continues to dominate the markets. Euro and British pound are trading as the weakest ones. Italian 10 year yield increased 0.062 to 3.629...
WTO Tries to Cope With Global Trade Tension
Disputes over US tariffs and retaliatory moves by other states have sparked 12 requests for adjudication at the World Trade Organization. China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico, Norway, Russia and Turkey have all requested that the WTO set up a panel of adjudicators to judge the legality of steel and aluminum tariffs which US President Donald Trump imposed in March...
Weak CPI and Retail Sales Data Have Sent the CAD Lower
Euro remains relatively steady versus US dollar after showing considerable losses. Canadian dollar dips on weak economic data. Japanese yen and Swiss franc are the weakest ones...
DAX: Downward Trend Continues
European stocks fell on Friday, to extend losses from the previous session. The German DAX stock index dropped by another 0.32% to trade at 11.552 level...
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