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What does FEMT stand for?

FEMT stands for Foreign Exchange Margin Trading


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Aside from the state-of-the-art Foreign Exchange margin trading solution that the National Futures and Commodities Exchange offers, it also offers superior brokerage trading services to market participants, particularly those who trade foreign exchange in various currency pairs.
In the wake of the 2009 decision of the Authorities, that companies offering foreign exchange margin trading services were to be regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, the company founded TFI Markets, a financial services company incorporated and registered under Cyprus Law.
In the wake of the 2009 decision of the Authorities, that companies offering foreign exchange margin trading services were to be regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, the company founded TFI Markets, a financial services company incorporated and registered under Cyprus Law.
Basically, investors and traders who want to try their luck in foreign exchange markets will be trained about the pros and cons, the ins and outs of the foreign exchange margin trading, including the precise ways of interpreting forex charts that would in return help them make informed market and trading decisions.
In the wake of the 2009 decision of the Authorities, that companies offering foreign exchange margin trading services were to be regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, the company founded TFI Markets, a financial services company incorporated and registered under Cyprus Law.
Products and services range from deposit-takings, foreign currency savings, premium banking services, mortgage loans, consumer loans, credit cards, Cyberbanking, Mandatory Provident Fund services, trade finance, syndication loans, remittances and foreign exchange margin trading.