Forex Brokers Update — June 30th, 2013

Two weeks have passed without new companies, but there are some updates to report:
MIG Bank adds MetaTrader 5 for both demo and real trading.
Larson & Holz IT raises the maximum leverage for Start (1:500) and Standard (1:200) accounts, adds NDD account type.
IronFX no longer offers binary options trading. The company is now regulated by British FCA and has an office in Cyprus.
XEMarkets acquires domain and moves its website there.
FBS renames company from FBS Holdings Inc. to FBS Markets Inc. Adds DIXIPAY, QIWI, UnionPay, Western Union, MoneyGram, Contact and Anelik payment options. Announces plans to introduce PAMM accounts. MT4 demo accounts become limited — they are deleted after 60 days of inactivity. The broker launches website in Indonesian, Malay, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Thai, Tamil, Lithuanian, Bangla, Korean and Arabic. Adds customer support in Indonesian, Malay, Thai and removes Spanish language support service. The trading server’s timezone is now GMT+3. Various perks are now offered for VIP traders. Micro accounts now have floating spread and increased number of currency pairs. Standard accounts now feature increased minimum spread. Both account types now have 2-pip restriction on minimum stop/limit orders distance.

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