The MetaTrader 5 trading platform has been certified by the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), passing all necessary tests and meeting all requirements set by the exchange. This means that brokers working on ASX, the eighth largest exchange in the world and the second in the Asia-Pacific region, now have the opportunity to serve clients using MetaTrader 5.
Traders working at the main Australian exchange may enjoy a wide field of activity; they only need to download MetaTrader 5 and choose a broker having MetaTrader 5 Gateway to ASX.
MetaTrader 5 Gateway to ASX is a simple and secure integration solution for brokers providing fully-featured access to the exchange with the ability to perform trading operations and receive quotes.
All MetaTrader 5 features are available on ASX, therefore brokers will receive a powerful and convenient platform having many useful services that will be appreciated by their clients. These services include social trading with automatic copying of deals, mobile applications for trading via smartphones and tablets and MetaTrader AppStore having plenty of trading robots and technical indicators.
“We are constantly expanding MetaTrader 5 features. The platform is already integrated with leading ECNs and certified by ten world exchanges,” said Renat Fatkhullin, CEO of Limassol-based MetaQuotes Software Corp.
“The release of MetaTrader 5 Gateway to ASX is another step towards integration with the worlds most popular exchanges. We will announce the release of several more integration gateways in the near future,” Fatkhullin added.
Established in 2000, MetaQuotes Software Corp. has been developing trading platforms for financial markets under the MetaTrader trademark. It is internationally known as a leader in the Forex software market. MetaTrader trading platforms are currently used by more than 600 brokerage companies and banks all over the world. The new platform, MetaTrader 5, was developed by the Cyprus company with a focus on stock markets and is now actively promoted to various world exchanges.
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