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XEMarkets announces Double Up Welcome Forex Bonus

XEMarkets is topping its existing Welcome Bonus with an attractive new promotional offer: the Double Up Welcome Bonus.
 
Available for new clients who open a trading account with XEMarkets.com between 22 Oct.-15 Nov. 2012, the Double Up Welcome Bonus more than doubles trading opportunities. 
 
XEMarkets streamlines the Double Up Welcome bonus offer with a calculation scheme that speaks for itself: all first deposits of up to $600 receive a 100% bonus, while deposit amounts exceeding 600% are rewarded with an extra 30% bonus. 
 
Only two easy steps are needed to be eligible for the bonus.  After opening a MICRO, STANDARD, or EXECUTIVE account and making the first deposits at XEMarkets.com, clients can have their accounts credited with the bonus amounts and start trading immediately. Registration is quick and so is the wide range of payment methods used for funds depositing, without extra transfer charges incurred. Moreover, the bonus is available for trading within 24 hours.  
 
The maximum cumulative Double Up Welcome Bonus amount is as high as $2000, which extensively contributes to clients’ equity amount, and it is intended to help clients keep trading positions open with higher margin levels. 
 
Welcome gestures at XEMarkets pay off in the truest sense of the word. New clients can start trading with a 100% plus an additional 30% bonus on deposits and make the most of their trading goals with a leading forex broker.
 
About XEMarkets
 
XEMarkets is a registered trade name of Trading Point of Financial Instruments Ltd, a European Union-regulated broker and a registered Cyprus Investment Firm (CIF) that operates its services in compliance with the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), registered under the license number 120/10; authorized by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) UK (licensed under 538324), and with full EU-authorization, including BaFin from Germany, CNMV from Spain, AFM from the Netherlands, FI from Sweden, and FIN from Finland. XEMarkets.com provides online trading on forex, CFDs and futures in accordance with the investor protection measures described by the Markets of Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID).
 
Risk warning
 
Forex trading and trading in other leveraged products may involve a significant level of risk and is not suitable for all investors.
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