The application offers real-time quotes; newsfeeds; research facilities, and a chat feature

Clients trading through the Scope Markets Kenya trading platform will now enjoy instant access to global financial markets and  wider investment options. 

This follows the launch of a new Scope Markets app, available on both the Google PlayStore and IOS Apple Store.

The Scope Markets app offers clients over 500 investment opportunities across global financial markets. The Scope Markets app has a brand new user interface that has been tweaked to be more user friendly following feedback from users.

The application offers real-time quotes; news feeds, research facilities, and a chat feature which enables a customer to make direct contact with the Customer Service Team during trading days (weekdays).

The platform also offers an enhanced client interface including catering for those who trade at night.

The client will get instant access to several asset classes in the global financial markets including; Single Stocks CFDs (US, UK, EU) such as Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google, BP, Carrefour;  Indices (Nasdaq, FTSE UK), Metals (Gold, Silver); Currencies (60+ Pairs), Commodities (Oil, Natural Gas).

Existing clients will automatically receive a link in their email with instructions on how to access it via a link. New clients will receive login details as soon as they get verified. This will also apply for clients who register for the demo account.

This is part of Scope Markets Kenya strategy of enriching the customer experience while offering clients access to global trading opportunities.

Scope Markets Kenya CEO Kevin Ng’ang’a observed the Scope Markets app is very easy to use especially when executing trades.

“Customers are at the heart of everything we do. We designed the Scope Markets app with the customer experience in mind as we seek to respond to feedback from our customers.” He added that enhancing the client experience builds upon the robust trading platform, Meta Trader 5, unveiled in 2019, enabling Scope Markets Kenya to broaden the asset classes available on the trading platform,” said Mr Ng’ang’a

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