Transactions in Forex trading, means exchanging or trading one currency with another currency. Unlike most instruments, forex trading is traded in certain pairs, for example Euro / US dollar (EUR / USD) or US Dollar / Japanese Yen (USD / JPY). Someone who buys the Euro currency, automatically also has sold the US Dollar simultaneously.

Forex trading participants have different trading intentions. Most of them are not buying currency for exchange purposes, but to benefit from it.

Currency pairs that can be traded in INTER PAN are as follows.
1. USD/JPY (US Dollar exchange rate against Japanese Yen)
2. USD/CHF (US Dollar exchange rate against Confeoderatio Helvetica Franc / Switzerland Franc)
3. EUR/USD (European Euro exchange rate against US Dollar)
4. GBP (Great Britain Poundsterling exchange rate against US Dollar)
5. AUD/USD (Australian Dollar exchange rate against US Dollar)






Badan Pengawas Perdagangan Komoditi No. 427/BAPPEBTI/SI/VII/2004
Bursa Berjangka Jakarta (BBJ) No. SPAB-056/BBJ/12/03
Indonesian Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (ICDX) No. 042/SPKB/ICDX/Dir/IX/2010
Kliring Berjangka Indonesia No. 27/AK-KBI/IX/2004
Indonesia Clearing House (ICH) No. 055/SPKK/ICH-IPPF/VII/2017


Forex trading, Binary Options and CFDs carries a high level of risk and may lead to loss of some or all of your investment (deposit). High degree of leverage obtained in Forex and CFD trading to work against you as well as to work for you. You should not invest money that you can not afford to lose. If you have any doubt, you should seek advice from a licensed financial advisor and independent suite. You should also ensure that you have enough time to manage your investments actively. InterPan does not provide investment advice and the information provided here is intended for marketing purposes only and should not be relied upon as investment advice. Any indication of past performance of a financial instrument is not a reliable indicator of the performance of current and / or future financial instruments. Please read carefully the terms and conditions and Risk Disclosure before making any transaction.