Investment News Halifax Share Dealing Cuts International Trading Costs 18471648
Halifax share dealing cuts international trading costs
01 July 2011 / by Paul Dicken
Halifax Share Dealing is offering customers a lower commission rate on international trades to celebrate Independence Day in the United States of America. This is a limited offer, ending on 5 July 2011.
On 5 July 2011, the day after Independence Day in the USA, Halifax is offering share dealing customers a fee of just £4 to buy and sell international shares. The standard charge for international trades is normally £11.95.
Managing director at Halifax Share Dealing, Damian Stansfield, said: “Our reduced commission deal is a great opportunity for customers who are looking to explore the potential of international markets and widen their portfolios with US or other global stocks.”
Halifax Share Dealing provides allows investors to trade on seven of the largest stock markets in the world, including the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ.
Foreign exchange conversions take place to trade in other markets, while any new customers will have to complete their application, pass verification checks and fund their account in time to trade before the offer closes at 9pm on 5 July.
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