24 November 2014
Public Relations, Saxo Bank
Saxo Bank Offers All Our Clients Zero-Commission Trading on The Ten Most Popular Companies Listed on NASDAQ.
Saxo Bank, the online multi-asset trading and investment specialist, announces that at 9:30am EST today, co-CEO and co-founder Kim Fournais will ring the Nasdaq opening bell to launch the start of Saxo Bank’s special zero-commission trading offer for Thanksgiving Week.
All clients of Saxo Bank are being offered zero commission trading on the following ten most popular stocks and CFD’s on NASDAQ:
- Apple Inc.
- Google A & C Shares
- Facebook Inc.
- Yahoo Inc.
- Tesla Motors Inc.
- Amazon.com Inc.
- Netflix Inc.
- Baidu.com Inc.
- The Priceline Group Inc.
- GoPro Inc.
Saxo Bank’s offer emphasises the bank’s diversification into multiple asset classes over the past twenty years, following its origins as an FX trading provider. Especially, the Bank’s footprint in listed products is growing rapidly and Saxo Bank has seen a five-fold increase in equity and CFD trading volumes since 2009. 45% of Saxo Bank’s equity flow is in US listed companies.
Kim Fournais, co-CEO and co-founder of Saxo Bank, said:
“I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to mark the start of trading on Nasdaq by ringing the opening bell, which will coincide with the launch of Saxo’s unique zero-commission trading offer. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we are delighted to give thanks to our clients by offering them the opportunity to trade our most popular NASDAQ listed equities at zero commission. We want to give something back to our clients for their continued trust in Saxo Bank. We hope our clients seize this opportunity."
“We are also happy to use this opportunity to reveal that next year Saxo Bank will further strengthen our equity offering for our most active trading clients, and, also, introduce the next generation of the SaxoTrader platform.”
The offer is available to clients for the duration of Thanksgiving Week.
Kasper Elbjørn, Head of International Communications
+45 3065 4300
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