Broker details for City Index
- Spread betting
Established in the UK in 1983, City Index is a globally recognised brand providing Spread Betting, FX and CFD Trading services. Owned by NASDAQ listed StoneX Group Inc, the broker is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Range of Markets
City Index offers access to over 12,000 markets with 84 global FX pairs, 21 major Indices, 4,500 international Shares and a range of Commodities, Metals, Bonds, Interest rates, Options and Cryptocurrencies.
Amongst the major indices are popular markets such as the FTSE 100, Dow Jones and Nasdaq. In addition, City Index provides access to sector based indices such as Mining, Banking, Energy and Technology, plus Thematic indices including FAANGS, Cannabis, Cryptocurrencies, ESG and Green.
Choice of Platforms
City Index web broswer based platform,Web Trader, provides clients with intelligent tools and features such as advanced charts with custom indicators, fast and reliable HTML5 technology and customisable workspaces.
Their Mobile Trading Apps are available for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets and provide secure 24-hour access to your account, live streaming prices and charts and a live Reuters news feed and economic calendar.
City Index also offers downloadable desktop platforms with advanced features, designed for experienced users.
AT Pro is designed for advanced users who need powerful analysis tools, a choice of trading templates, an advanced charting package and improved speed and efficiency.
The powerful MetaTrader4 (MT4) is also available and comes with an impressive array of features, enhanced by City Index’s service, support and pricing.
There’s a demo account available for novice traders to test their strategies before trading with real funds. In addition, there is a wealth of trading tools including a variety of order execution types, market intelligence and a powerful research portal available to clients.
74% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.