InfoRe: Why does Pepperstone have (.a) at the end of tradable currency pairs?

The pairs with the .a are restricted leverage pairs that fall under the ASIC intervention limits.

Those pairs are limited to 30:1 for major currencies ie. EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD etc. and 20:1 for minor pairs such as GBPJPY, EURNZD, CADJPY and so forth.

Anything with a .a at the end are available to you to trade but are restricted leveraged pairs.
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