- Basic currency pairs are the most popular pairs. They are also the most liquid ones. Normally, one of the currencies in a basic currency pair is the US dollar. An example of a basic currency pair is EUR/USD.
- Also known as cross-currency pairs, minor currency pairs do not include the US dollar, but they are still composed of the major currencies, such as the euro and the Japanese yen. An example of a basic currency pair is EUR/CHF.
- Exotic currency pairs usually contain one of the major currencies on one side of the pair and the currency of a developing/emerging economy on the other (e.g., USD/HKD). Although they tend to be less popular with traders, they are still offered by MedFX.
MedFX can only offer the standard lot size at this point, since access to interbank liquidity is provided through the STP method.
With margin levels as high as 1:100, our system gives traders the opportunity to take advantage of high leverage. The exact size of the margin that we can offer you will depend on your knowledge and experience.
We offer access to interbank spreads – and all the advantages that come with them. The smallest spread size offered by MedFX is 0.1.