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Keeping up to date with breaking news while you're on the move is simple with the ICM Capital's Market News Updates.

Active ICM Capital Live Account clients will receive news updates straight to their mobile phone, every morning Monday to Friday on the following products: EUR, GBP, CHF, JPY, Oil and Gold. To stop receiving these SMS news updates clients can simply send an email to requesting not to receive further SMS updates or reply with the word Stop to 00447860017096.

Please note the SMS Market News Alert Service is supplied for clients' convenience. Due to the reliance on external network providers, we cannot guarantee the timeliness, relevance or accuracy of data provided. The content of an SMS Market News Alert does not represent a recommendation made on behalf of ICM Capital and use of the news presented is provided for information purposes only. ICM Capital's SMS Market News Alert Service is an exclusive additional service we offer free of charge for Live Account clients who have deposited and are actively trading on a live account.

ICM Capital uses a secure service to send SMS alerts and will never send account details or any other personal information via the SMS channel. ICM Capital will send SMS alerts to the mobile phone number which is present on client records. If clients have changed mobile phone numbers recently, or if they have not updated their contact details with ICM Capital for some time, they are recommended to get in touch with the ICM Capital Client Services team to update their contact details.

ICM Capital does not charge for the SMS Market News Alert Service however clients should be aware that mobile phone providers may charge a fee for receiving SMS alerts, particularly if they are travelling overseas.

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Trading CFD's or Spot FX carries a high risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your deposits. CFDs and Spot FX are leveraged products. Trading CFD's or Spot FX carries a high risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your deposits. You should not engage in this form of investing unless you understand the nature of the Transaction you are entering into and the true extent of your exposure to the risk of loss. Your profit and loss will vary according to the extent of the fluctuations in the price of the underlying markets on which the trade is based.