Metaquotes integrates MT5 with Integral’s FX Grid

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Metaquotes continues its effort to plug Metatrader 5 platform into as many liquidity sources as possible. Latest were Currenex and CitiFX Pro. Connecting to Integral’s FX Grid will allow brokers with the right liquidity relationships to plug MT5 to liquidity pools they are able to access through FX Grid.

MetaQuotes Software Corp. announces integration of its MetaTrader 5 Trading Platform with FX Grid, a global inter-institutional connectivity and trading network developed by Integral Development Corp. Thus the brokers that use MetaTrader 5 get access to one more liquidity platform in the forex market.

The MetaTrader 5 connects to Integral through new gateway, which was developed by MetaQuotes Software Corp. The connection of the trading platform with the diverse sources of liquidity on FX Grid has obvious advantages: brokers receive additional means for covering risk, and traders can access better prices.

Integral develops and operates FX Grid, a global Multi-sided Trading technology connecting active market participants with all major sources of FX liquidity, and offering more than 100 financial instruments for trading (major currency pairs, cross rates, exotic pairs and precious metals).

MetaQuotes Software Corp. is consistently moving towards integration of MetaTrader 5 with various liquidity providers in the forex market. The platform is already integrated with well-known providers like CitiFX Pro, Currenex. Having connected the Integral network to the platform, the company is going to turn their efforts to integration with stock exchanges.

“We have tried to offer the best Forex liquidity providers to our customers,” said Gaies Chreis, COO of MetaQuotes Software Corp. “Having introduced the MetaTrader 5 Integral Gateway in our trading platform, we believe that we’ve given a sufficiently wide choice to our customers, and they will have no problem choosing the one that suits their needs. Now we want to focus on the MetaTrader 5 integration with exchanges.”

The MetaTrader 5 platform is already integrated with a number of different stock exchanges around the world, like Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange, Singapore Mercantile Exchange, RTS and others.









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