CWG launches ultra low delay indices through our award-winning trading account without trading desk execution. Clients can now buy or sell the 14 major indices without any commission.
Why choose CWG for indices trading?
Introduction to the major indices: S&P (US500): The S&P500 (US500) stock Market index was a Standard & Poor's financial service provided by US financial services companies in 1957. It is a leading indicator of the U.S. stock indices and, as one of the most commonly used benchmarks in the U.S. stock market as a whole, accounts for about 75% of the U.S. stock market through capitalisation.
ASX200 (Australia200): The ASX (AUS200) index is listed as a market capitalisation weighted stock of the Australian Stock Exchange and is ranked among the world’s top 15 groups, with an average daily turnover of $4.685 billion. The index includes shares listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Nikkei 225 (JP225): the Nikkei 225 (JP225), as it is known, has a market value of $4.09 trillion and is the third largest stock exchange in the world - the Tokyo stock exchange stock index.
HSI (HK50): HSI (HK50), the Hang Seng Index, a market weighted stock market index, has recorded the daily culture of 50 of the largest companies since 1969, and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) is known as the second largest (and sixth largest in the world) stock exchange in Asia.
FTSE (UK100): The FTSE (UK100) index is part of the London Financial Times 100 and includes 100 of the highest market capitalisation listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Nasdaq (US100): The Nasdaq index is dominated by the NASDAQ composite Index and the Nasdaq 100 Index (US100), which includes shares issued by 107 the most powerful non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq stock Exchange.
DJIA (US30): DJIA (US30), the second best stock index in history after the dow Jones transportation average, consists of 30 stocks of major U.S. corporations during the standard trading hours of the stock market. It is calculated by dividing the dow Jones industrial average by the sum of all the prices of 30 stocks.
DAX (GER30): DAX (GER30), a German stock index, is Germany's main stock market index, representing 30 major companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is considered a blue-chip index in terms of quality and profitability.
CAC (FRA40): France's benchmark stock market index CAC 40 (FRA40) is part of the Paris stock Exchange and represents the top 40 most valuable stock indexes of the 100 most valuable companies traded on the Paris stock exchange, the second largest in Europe.