Free currency trading and free $20USD(with news to help you) - Canberra

Friday, 19 June 2020

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City: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Offer type: Offer


Contact name Anna
Phone 0212510973

Item description

Free currency trading and free $20USD(with news to help you)
Just Open an account and get free $20USD to enjoy the wonderful trading
First of all, you don't need to make any deposit, horseforex will automatically give 20 dollar to your trading account. You can trade CFDs, commodity and index with one account.

How to get the credit amount
1. The same ID can only apply for a bonus account for a trading account
2.The profit generated by the bonus can apply for withdrawal
3. After the bonus is paid once, the bonus is cancelled
4. The bonus principal portion Cannot be extracted.
Please contact your Introducing Broker for the application of the $20 experience fee and the detailed rules of the event
All rights to explain the event belong to Horseforex
You can use the free$20 to experience lots of events and also you can choose which one you like

How to obtain the credit amount:
1. The same ID can have multiple accounts with the same name to participate in the activity;
2. The credit amount is 5% of the deposit;
3. After the deposit is successful, the customer service application credit is submitted in the member area;
Activity rules:
1. Self Apply for the credit amount to apply for the withdrawal of the credit amount when the same amount of standard credit volume is completed;
2. Extract the profit portion before the task is completed, the credit amount remains unchanged, and submit the principal part of the withdrawal request in the unfinished activity household. , the credit amount will be canceled;
3. Malicious hedges are prohibited from taking credits;
Please contact you Introducing brokers to apply for 5% of the available credits and the detailed rules of the activities;
The right to interpret all activities is owned by Horseforex;


The Australian Dollar collapsed after employment data shattered the relatively positive outlook portrayed by the Reserve Bank of Australia in its most recent meeting, as the unemployment rate climbed to 7.1% and the participation rate declined from 63.6% to 62.9% in May. With the data portraying a more negative outlook than expected, market participants may begin to doubt the statement from RBA Governor Philip Lowe that it may be possible “the downturn could be shallower than expected”.
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