Introducing new asset class of Commodities on September 14th

Dear clients,

Please be informed that starting Monday, September 14th, 2020 (Effective Date) at 3.30 pm a new class of assets will become available for trading – CFD’s on Agricultural Commodities.
The following new instruments will be introduced:



UK Cocoa (Bulk Bean)


US Cocoa


Arabica Coffee


Robusta Coffee


Raw Sugar


White Sugar




Orange Juice


Product specifications will be made available on the trading terminal and the Company Website on the Effective Date.

Prior to trading, we recommend you read our legal documentation and the Key Investor Information Document – CFDs on Agricultural Commodities.

Kind regards,

The TeleTrade Team

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