LiteForex changes its liquidity provider

Dear clients,

The company has decided to change its liquidity provider for contracts of UKBrent and USCrude crude oil blends to ensure the best quality of quotes flow.

Due to that, the new symbols UKBrent_n and USCrude_n will be put into operation. The new contracts will be available for trading from May 18, 2020. On the same day, the symbols UKBrent and USCrude will be put into “close only” mode (which allows one only to close one’s trades involving the above-mentioned symbols).

Please consider these changes in your trading. We also inform you that the Expert Advisors you use in trading may need configuring.

Best regards,
LiteForex

New liquidity provider for oil contracts

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