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Capital.com marks Spanish launch with Valencia partnership

Spanish LaLiga football club Valencia has signed a new partnership with online trading platform Capital.com.

The deal will run through to the end of the current 2018-19 season and coincides with the launch of Capital.com’s trading platform in Spain. The collaboration also marks the first time that Valencia has partnered with the retail trading industry.

Capital.com combines trading, artificial intelligence and personalised advice to operate in more than 2,000 markets, including stocks, currencies and cryptocurrencies.

The platform provides personalised information for customers to optimise their investments, as well as free courses on how to operate on the stock market, financial information and videos, through its commercial platform and the ‘Investmate’ application.

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