Trade 50+ major and minor currency pairs with highly competitive spreads and lightning fast execution on either MT4 or MT5. Trade your way in the world’s most liquid market in the world.

Advantages of Trading Forex

Trade Your Way

All trading styles welcome. Whether you are a scalper, hedger,  or a high frequency EA trader – you will always have a place at Focus Markets.

Many Opportunities

Many factors can cause volatility in the forex market. There are always trading opportunities, from monetary policy and economic performance to trade disputes and geopolitical stability.

50+ Pairs

We have have all the most popular major, minor and exotic currency pairs covered.

The Market Never Sleeps

Trade 24 hours a day, 5 days a week!

It’s Massive

Trade the most liquid and dynamic financial market in the world. It is also the most traded market in the world with over USD$5 trillion traded daily.

Expert Support

Enjoy 24/6 expert support no matter what your experience level is.  We are always here to help!

Live Forex Prices

Focus Markets gives its clients the chance to trade 50+ forex pairs with tight spreads and lightning fast execution. Check out our pricing for our major pairs here:

Market Hours

Symbol Market Hours (GMT +2)Market Hours (GMT + 3)
All FX Symbols 00:04 – 23:58
(Friday 23:55 Close)
00:04 – 23:58
(Friday 23:55 Close)

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Major Pairs Available

Symbol Raw Account Lowest Spread*Standard Account Lowest Spread
0.0 pips1.0 pips
EUR/USD0.0 pips1.0 pips
GBP/USD0.0 pips1.0 pips
NZD/USD0.0 pips1.0 pips
USD/CAD0.0 pips1.0 pips
USD/CHF 0.0 pips1.0 pips
USD/JPY 0.0 pips1.0 pips

Minor Pairs Available

SymbolRaw Account Lowest Spread*Standard Account Lowest Spread
AUD/CAD0.1 pips1.1 pips
AUD/CHF 0.1 pips1.1 pips
AUD/JPY 0.1 pips1.1 pips
AUD/NZD0.2 pips1.2 pips
CAD/CHF 0.3 pips1.3 pips
CAD/JPY 0.2 pips1.2 pips
CHF/JPY 0.3 pips1.3 pips
EUR/AUD0.2 pips1.2 pips
EUR/CAD 0.0 pips1.0 pips
EUR/CHF0.2 pips1.2 pips
EUR/GBP 0.0 pips1.0 pips
EUR/JPY 0.3 pips1.3 pips
EUR/NZD 0.2 pips 1.2 pips
GBP/AUD 0.3 pips 1.3 pips
GBP/CAD0.4 pips1.4 pips
GBP/CHF 0.3 pips1.3 pips
GBP/JPY 0.1 pips1.1 pips
GBP/NZD0.2 pips1.2 pips
NZD/CHF0.1 pips1.1 pips
NZD/JPY 0.1 pips 1.1 pips

Exotic Pairs Available

SymbolRaw Account Lowest Spread*Standard Account Lowest Spread*
AUD/SGD0.2 pips 1.2 pips
EUR/NOK 0.1 pips1.1 pips
EUR/TRY 6.8 pips7.8 pips
EUR/HUF0.1 pips1.1 pips
SGD/JPY0.2 pips 1.2 pips
USD/DKK 0.1 pips 1.1 pips
USD/HKD0.1 pips1.1 pips
USD/HUF 0.1 pips 1.1 pips
USD/NOK 0.1 pips 1.1 pips
USD/PLN 0.1 pips 1.1 pips
USD/SEK0.1 pips 1.1 pips
USD/SGD 1.0 pips 2.0 pips
USD/TRY 0.1 pips 1.1 pips
USD/ZAR0.1 pips 1.1 pips

Popular Forex Pairs


Equally influenced by two of the largest economies in the world, EUR/USD has become the most traded currency. It is popular for consistently having the lowest spread on the Forex market and often being less volatile than other pairs.


GBP/USD is one of the oldest currency pairs to have been traded around the globe. Its volatility has increased significantly since the economic crisis in Europe and the Brexit referendum, leading up to the historically low GBP prices in 2018.


Once you are at ease with trading major currency pairs, you may want to turn to the minor and exotic pairs. Minor pairs are made up of combinations of the major currencies and include pairs such as: EUR/GBP, EUR/CHF, GBP/JPY, NZD/USD and AUD/NZD. Exotic currencies are non-major currencies that are generally less liquid and traded at low volume. Exotic pairs include: EUR/TRY, USD/PLN and USD/ZAR.


Тhe Australian Dollar is often viewed as a commodity currency since the country’s export mostly consists of raw materials. As a big exporter to China, the AUD also reflects the Chinese economy. The AUD has high interest rates and liquidity.


Similarly to USD/JPY, the “Swissie” pair is also considered as a safe-haven currency. Due to its stability, it can be used as a reserve currency. Traders often use the popular USD/CHF pair to trade safely around geopolitical events and potential economic instability.


USD/CAD is a pair associated with commodities. This is due to the extensive trade between the U.S. and Canada. The pair allows for speculation on energy prices, since a lot of natural resources, particularly oil, are exchanged between the countries.