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FXOpen UK launches MetaTrader Web Trader

The FXOpen Team

FXOpen UK is pleased to announce the launch of its MetaTrader Web Trader platform. With Web Trader you simply login through a web browser with no need to download the MetaTrader application. This new functionality is available for all new and existing clients and will be especially useful for Apple OS X users who can now access their trading account on their preferred Mac device.  Web Trader supports both ECN and STP accounts.  To login to the FXOpen Web Trader click here or go to webtrader.fxopen.co.uk.  The web terminal supports all modern web browsers with versions in the list and newer:

  • Internet Explorer 11
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome 43
  • Mozilla Firefox 34
  • Safari 8
  • Opera 32

Kind Regards,  The FXOpen UK Team

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