Trade Forex CFDs With Plus500

Trade the most popular forex pairs like EUR/USD, GBP/USD and EUR/GBP at Plus500. Use our advanced trading tools to protect your profits and limit losses.

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Plus500AU Pty Ltd, AFSL #417727 issued by
Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Based in Sydney

Trade on 60+ Forex Pairs With Leverage

Trade forex with up to 1:30 leverage. With as little as AU$200 you can gain the effect of AU$6,000 capital!

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Advanced Trading Tools

Use our trading tools such as Stop Loss, Stop Limit and Guaranteed Stop to limit losses and lock in profits. Get FREE real-time forex quotes and set indicators to easily analyse charts.

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Easy Account Opening

Apply for an account in a few minutes, practice trading with our FREE unlimited Demo Account until you're ready to move to the next level.

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Plus500 News & Market Insights

Could Central Bank Decisions Shift Forex?
Jun 06 2022

Could Central Bank Decisions Shift Forex?

As inflation reached record levels across much of the developed world in April, it’s looking more likely that many central banks could follow the Federal Reserve’s hawkish turn. Accordingly, the values of several key Forex pairs could be set for a shift.

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U.S. Dollar Reaches 6-Year High vs Japanese Yen
Mar 29 2022

U.S. Dollar Reaches 6-Year High vs Japanese Yen

Against the yen, the USD hit a day-high of as much as 2.5% on Monday, reaching its highest level since August 2015, and being the largest 1-day soar since March 2020.

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Turkish Lira Hits Record Low For the Third Straight Day
Pinchas Cohen
Oct 25 2021

Turkish Lira Hits Record Low For the Third Straight Day

The Turkish lira fell to a new all-time low, as investors sold off the currency after President Erodgan threatened expulsion against the ambassadors of 10 countries, including the U.S. and Germany, for demanding he releases political prisoners.

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