Cerus Markets announces 400:1 leverage update

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Cerus Markets announces 400:1 leverage update

Labuan, Malaysia, May 26, 2023, Chainwire

Cerus Markets is updating its leverage options for non-crypto instruments. Effective immediately, Cerus Markets clients can access leverage of up to 400:1 for Forex, commodities, indices, and single stocks trading.

This increase in leverage options allows traders to make the most of their investments, providing greater market exposure and the potential for higher returns. By offering increased leverage options for non-crypto instruments, Cerus Markets aims to provide clients with even more opportunities to capitalize on market movements.


Cerus Markets aims to provide clients with the best possible trading experience. This update exemplifies the company’s dedication to ensuring clients access the best tools and trading conditions.

About Cerus Markets

Established in 2022, Cerus Markets Limited is a multi-asset broker authorized and regulated by the Labuan Financial Service Authority, Malaysia. With a focus on innovation, Cerus offers crypto derivative products for clients to trade over 200 instruments paired with cryptocurrencies. Alongside crypto derivatives, Cerus provides trading opportunities in FX, Commodities, Indices, and Single Stocks.

Cerus Markets empowers traders of all levels with easy and affordable access to the market. The trading platform does not charge entry fees. It also allows trading of a wide range of digital assets starting from just $50, with leverage up to 400:1.

Moreover, traders can benefit from a 100% deposit matching bonus, doubling their first deposit amount and further enhancing their trading experience.

Visit cerusmarkets.com to learn more about Cerus Markets and its offerings.

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Marketing director at Cerus Markets

Veronica Imasheva

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