Saxo Adds 520 Share CFDs on TradingView, Crypto FX to Follow

Saxo has added a further 520 tickers to its offering on TradingView as the major brokerage firm continues to expand as a multi asset trading company.

The 520 shares are listed in some of the largest stock exchanges in Europe and Asia: The Tokyo Stock Exchange; The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong; OMX Copenhagen; London Stock Exchange; Singapore Exchange and Deutsche Börse (XETRA).

The addition of the 520 shares on TradingView will allow Saxo clients to trade both FX and a range of over 3,500 individual stocks and single-stock CFDs through TradingView.

TradingView is one of the most popular social trading platforms and is famous for its powerful charting tools on a wide range of instruments.

Saxo plans to add its recently launched cryptocurrency offering to TradingView as well, but that is expected to be rolled out in the coming months.

Adding crypto to the Saxo platform was part of its continued efforts to broaden access to global capital markets for clients and to meet growing demand from retail traders.

The Crypto FX offering enables clients to trade Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin against EUR, USD, and JPY from a single margin account.

The FCA-regulated entity of Saxo, Saxo Markets UK, has recently appointed Anaam Raza and Harry Leyburn to fill executive roles in its marketing and research teams. The new appointments will see Raza serving as Head of UK Marketing & PR and Leyburn joining as Digital Engagement Manager.

Saxo Bank reported last surging half-year revenues as Covid-19 remains a key trigger for customers’ trading activity. The multi-asset group marked mild growth in revenues, which came in at DKK 2.4 billion ($376 million), up 5 percent from DKK 2.3 billion for the same period last year.

As for the bottom-line metrics, Saxo Bank disclosed a net profit of DKK 512 million ($80.3 million), slightly down by 3 percent from DKK 529 million in the Jan-Jun period of 2020.

Saxo has also promoted Camilla Dahl Hansen as the new Chief Experience Officer with the task of constantly look for ways and means to improve the features and the user experience across all the platforms of Saxo.