We are pleased to inform you that CFDs on Federal Loan Bonds, denominated in rubles, are now available for Alfa-Forex clients.
The bonds are issued by Russia’s Ministry of Finance. Trading CFDs on Federal Loan Bonds requires a low minimum deposit and the coupon yield is ‘guaranteed’ by the state. Moreover, when clients buy bonds via an agent (for example a bank), are usually charged with a commission. The only fee a client pays when purchasing CFDs on bonds via Alfa-Forex is the spread (the difference between the current buying price and the selling price of a bond).
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