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21 Dec, 09:48

Changes in Margin Requirements for USDMXN

Dear clients,

There will be changes to the margin requirements for the instrument USDMXN (US Dollar vs Mexican Peso) that will be effective from December 26, 2016. The margin requirement for this instrument will be 5%, which corresponds to the leverage of 1:20.

Important: The margin for open positions will be recalculated due to these changes, therefore we recommend you to make sure beforehand that margin is sufficient to maintain open positions.

Best regards,

TeleTrade Team.

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