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Forex trading

Trade CFDs on 70+ FX pairs and benefit from tight spreads and fast order execution.
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Most orders executed in 12ms

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Up to 3,000 orders executed per second

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Ultra-low latency datacentre

Popular FX Pairs

The most popular FX pairs involve major global currencies and experience the highest trading volumes and liquidity
Markets Sell Buy Change, %
CADCHF 0.75871 0.75902 -0.09
CADJPY 84.120 84.151 0.19
CHFJPY 110.856 110.882 0.28
EURCAD 1.49604 1.49635 -0.24
EURCHF 1.13532 1.13556 -0.32
EURGBP 0.85495 0.85513 -0.52
EURJPY 125.875 125.896 -0.04
EURUSD 1.13852 1.13868 -0.03
Markets Sell Buy Change, %
GBPCAD 1.74963 1.75017 0.28
GBPCHF 1.32777 1.32811 0.20
GBPJPY 147.212 147.243 0.47
GBPUSD 1.33156 1.33173 0.49
USDCAD 1.31400 1.31421 -0.21
USDCHF 0.99712 0.99733 -0.29
USDJPY 110.555 110.568 -0.02
Dynamic leverage applies to MT4,

Why trade with QTradeFX

7+ Years of Excellence
Choose a trusted broker that serves clients in over 170 countries.
Trade 250+ Instruments
Trade CFDs on Forex, Shares, Futures, Spot Indices, Spot Metals and Spot Energies.
MT4 Trading Platform
Trade on your preferred platform including QTradeFX MT4,
Fast Execution & Deep Liquidity
Benefit from ultra-fast order execution with most orders executed in under 12ms.
Trade with a broker that has been repeatedly recognized for the quality of its services.
24/5 Multilingual Support
Reap the benefits of our 24/5 Customer Support, providing assistance in more than 21 languages.

Award-Winning NDD Execution

All orders are executed anonymously with No Dealing Desk Intervention. Up to 3,000 orders are executed per second, with over 99% of orders executed in < 12ms.
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Deep Liquidity

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Anonymous Trading

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Ultra-Fast Execution

Choose Your Platform

We provide our clients with a wide range of desktop, web and mobile trading platforms including MetaTrader 4 .Download QTradeFx MetaTrader 4

What are Futures?

Futures are financial contracts between a buyer and a seller that some asset will be bought or sold at an agreed upon price and date in the future. The price agreed upon by both parties is known as the forward price while the specified future date of the payment is known as the delivery date.
Futures enable investors to speculate on the price movements of a range of agricultural commodities, indices and energy instruments. For instance, if an investor believes that the price of a specific instrument will appreciate, they could purchase a futures contract at a lower price and sell it at a later date, once the asset has increased in value.

More Than Just an FX Broker

Diversify your investment portfolio by trading CFDs on more than just Forex.