Hungary: QUAESTOR introduces online trading
The QUAESTOR investment group is expanding its service portfolio with online trading.
A number of international stock exchanges, commodity exchanges, and the international currency markets will be made accessible to clients, sales director János Varga announced at a press conference in Budapest.
The eQTRADER platform was created in association with Saxo Bank. A non-stop call center has been introduced for support, so bids can also be arranged via phone. QUAESTOR is starting an investment academy for those interested in stocks and other investment opportunities. (Gazdasági Rádió)
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