Trade War: Can the US Trump Xi?

The ongoing US-China trade war continues to send shockwaves through global markets, creating serious opportunities to trade. Take advantage of heightened price volatility by going long or short.

  • Trade Wall Street from 1.6pts
  • Trade share CFDs from 2cps / min USD15
  • Withdrawable cash rebates: the more you trade the more you earn


Don’t have an account? Create one now

Create an account in minutes

Step 1

Complete the application form

Once you submit your application we process your details and you could be up and running in minutes.
Step 2

Fund your account

Once your account is open, you can log in and fund it via debit card, credit card or wire transfer.
Step 3

Start trading

Find the markets you want to trade, or use our analysis tools for trade ideas and inspiration.
Create An Account
Ready to trade?
Open a live account in minutes

Enjoy our features & benefits

4500+ global CFD markets

Across Forex, Shares, Cryptocurrencies, Commodities and Metals

Tight spreads & competitive pricing

Trusted by traders for fast, reliable execution

35+ years' experience

A global leader in FX and CFD trading

Ideas, insights & news

Including daily market research and trading ideas

Dedicated support team

Committed to helping you trade successfully

Cash rebates

Monthly cash rebates. The more you trade, the more you earn

Latest Trade War Insights

  • What mattered last week and a preview of the week ahead

    What mattered last week: After 3 straight weeks of gains, the S&P500 fell after an attack on Saudi oil infrastructure and a decision by a Chinese trade delegation to cancel a tour of U.S. farms. After the attack, crude oil initially rallied +15%, only to finish the week +6% as Saudi officials indicated that production would shortly be back to normal.

  • WeWork IPO fail spotlights Uber, Slack

    WeWork’s Non-IPO is awkward for Softbank investments in other ‘unicorns’, including Uber and Slack

  • Jumpy oil market fears slipping demand

    ‘Quicker than thought’ Saudi production recovery would be a double-edged sword