1. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Introduction
  2. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Account Types And Requirements
  3. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Commission Structure
  4. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Trading Platforms And Customer Support
  5. Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Additional Information

Saxo Bank is an international bank that specializes in FX, CFDs, ETFs, stocks, futures, options and other derivatives through its award-winning online trading platforms. In the forex market, the company offers more than 160 currency pairs, tight spreads, up to 200 times leverage and excellent liquidity, in addition to 41 vanilla and binary touch forex options. With global offices in London, Zurich, Singapore, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris and Tokyo, Saxo Bank is one of the largest and most established forex brokers in the market.

Before opening an account with Saxo Bank, traders should be aware of the account types, minimum requirements, commission structure, available platforms and other relevant information. Forex traders should also be aware that Saxo Bank is based in Denmark and caters mostly to an international clientele.

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Forex Broker Summary: Saxo Bank - Account Types And Requirements
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