Leading spreadbetting site Spreadex.com is celebrating its tenth anniversary and is celebrating by releasing a new-look site that includes distinctive sports and financial homepages with a raft of new features and improvements.


The St Albans-based firm revealed that sports clients now have access to upgraded in-running betting features including live score updates, a dedicated horseracing menu and a quick links facility that takes users to their chosen markets via one click.


Meanwhile, financial customers can now chart their trading and have faster access to the markets and live pricing streams to ensure that they are always up to date with the latest market fluctuations.


Spreadex.com has also slashed spread widths, margin rates and minimum stake sizes on some of the most popular financial markets while the firm is also running a promotion offering up to £400 in complimentary bets to new accounts.


"We have been talking with our customers for some time on ways we can help enhance their spreadbetting experience and we're delighted with the present we're giving them to tie in with our tenth birthday," said Andy MacKenzie, spokesperson for Spreadex.com.


"The strong message from sports customers was that they love the in-play buzz offered by spreadbetting so we've improved our in-running service on the site and made it much easier for users to get straight to the action.


"On the financial side, we're retaining our renowned account management and phone service but have vastly enhanced the platform for online investors who like live pricing and charting to aid their trading.


"We believe the new look brings Spreadex.com bang up to date but doesn't compromise any of the elements that have proved popular with our clients over the past decade.


"Spreadex.com's relaunch follows the firm being voted Best Online Sports Betting firm and Best Online Spreadbetting firm at the 2009 MoneyAM Finance Awards and being named as runner-up behind Ladbrokes as Online Betting Company Of The Year at the 2009 BetView Awards."


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