Our CFD trading articles help you to familiarise yourself and learn about trading CFDs with City Index. With new articles being added every week, we offer tips and guidance using recent market movements.
Below you can find our full range of CFD trading articles to help you familiarise yourself and learn about trading CFDs with City Index.
Shares in Standard Chartered plunged as much as 22% following accusations by US regulators of business dealings with Iran just before close of trading on Monday, August 6.
In the following CFD trading guide, we look at what has caused the fall and how you could potentially profit through a CFD trading account from City Index.
For investors looking to trade on Knight Capital's share price, they can do so through a CFD trading account with City Index.
Designed for those trading with a City Index CFD trading account, we look at what a CFD is, markets available to trade, placing a trade through the trading platform and managing your risk with the aim of limiting potential losses.
In the following CFD trading guide, we look at the latest news out of the eurozone and how you could take a position on the future price movement of European indices with a City Index CFD trading account.
In the following guide, we offer two easy-to-follow CFD trading strategies to help you limit your losses and magnify your profit potential.
CFD trading shares, such as Marks and Spencer’s could enable you to maximise your potential profits for only a small initial deposit.
Barclays Chief Executive Bob Diamond resigned today (July 3) in wake of the inter-bank lending rates scandal. How will you profit from potential falls in the bank’s share price?
In the following guide, we show you how you can trade CFDs on the Euro following the EU Summit deal.
With City Index, you can trade CFDs on rising News Corp shares following reports that the company is to be split in two.
The Introduction to CFD Trading guide is ideal for new traders looking to take a position on the financial markets using CFDs.
Use our guide to start trading CFDs following the release of positive corporate earnings, using a real-time example with figures from Carclo.
Trading CFDs with City Index enables traders to take a position on the future price movements across thousands of global financial markets.
Our guide to CFD trading using an online trading platform aims to educate you on the basics of trading through a browser from virtually anywhere.
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