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Best Fixed-Odds Financial Provider

12-17-2007 01:31 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Regent Markets (IOM) Limited

/ PR Agency: Regent Markets (IOM) Limited
29th November, 2007. BetOnMarkets.com is pleased to announce being voted the 'Best Fixed Odds Financial Trading Provider' at this year's 2007 Shares Awards. Jean-Yves Sireau, chief executive of BetOnMarkets.com said, 'We are proud to gain this well respected, official recognition in the United Kingdom, for our excellent online trading services'

The award recognises BetOnMarkets.coms' online services for both the novice and the expert trader, which include UK and international traders worldwide. With over 7 years of continuous operations, and over 15 million trades, BetOnMarkets.com provides access to a wide and diverse range of financial trading products, and also a range of tools needed for reliable, fast and secure online trading.

Traders can trade up, down or sideways on a number of globally traded markets, currencies or stocks. With as little as £5 or as much as £50,000, a fixed odds trader is predicting that a financial market, stock or currency will do a certain thing, be it rise or fall, or touch (or not) a certain level over a certain time (from six seconds to six months).

Contact Details:

Name: Mike Wright
Tel: 448003762737
Email: editor@my.regentmarkets.com
Url: Betonmarkets.com & Betonmarkets.co.uk

Address:
Regent Markets (IOM) Limited
3rd Floor, 1-5 Church Street
Douglas, Isle of Man
IM1 2AG

Regent Markets is the world's leading fixed odds financial trading group. Through its main multi-award winning websites, BetOnMarkets.com and BetOnMarkets.co.uk, it has established itself as the leading global provider of a unique, powerful way to trade the world's major financial markets. The number, length and variety of trades available to our clients exists nowhere else in the world.

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