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FBS Introduces Fix Rate for Nigerian Traders

FBS, an international trading broker, announces Fix Rate for clients from Nigeria. The currency exchange rate is always fixed when making deposits: 1 USD = 400 NGN.
A fixed exchange rate is a great feature that gives more confidence when it comes to trading. It reduces uncertainty over currency fluctuations so that traders can focus entirely on making a profit.

FBS provides a Fix Rate option in Nigeria for deposits in its national currency for the first time. This means that the currency exchange rate remains fixed every time you fund your account. For Nigerians, 1 USD will always be 400 NGN. Traders can activate the Fix Rate feature through their Personal Area.
To make it even more profitable, FBS, unlike other online brokers, offers the Fix Rate feature alongside other advantages:
• Low spreads
• 24/7 withdrawals

Fix Rate is an incredible chance to benefit more from trading. FBS lets its clients explore the world of trading without worrying about constantly changing currency rates.
FBS continues to evolve by finding ways to make trading more and more enjoyable and profitable for its clients. Furthermore, FBS has already successfully launched the Fix Rate feature for its clients from Indonesia. Now it is Nigeria’s turn.
FBS is always by your side.

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Monday, 16 Aug, 2021 / 10:00

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