Revolut customers can now choose to buy and sell from over 450 US companies

Posted: 20 September 2019 9:38 am
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Revolut launches new trading feature, with a further 150 stocks for standard and premium customers added.

Revolut has launched new features to its share trading platform in the UK, allowing its users to buy shares from more than 450 US stocks.

Part of this new batch includes big-name companies like Twilio, Worldpay and Groupon. The new scheme also offers standard and premium users the ability to download monthly statements directly from the Revolut app, as well as a number of free monthly trades to take advantage of.

You can find out more about how Revolut works by reading Finder’s review here.

Standard customers can make three trades per month at no cost, while premium customers can take advantage of a generous eight.

The changes come after Revolut made stock trading available to all Metal customers in August, which enabled users to buy and sell from 300 US stocks on the Revolut app.

The rollout of more stocks first begins in the UK, as well the likes of Austria, Croatia and Denmark, with additional markets to be added in the coming weeks.

Andre Mohamed, head of wealth and trading at Revolut, said: “We’re delighted to provide even more people with access to the stock market and make financial services more inclusive, innovative and affordable.”

“We’ll continue to build on the trading product, rolling out access to different markets and products in the near future.”

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