Forex Brokers Update — November 24th, 2013

One more broker was added this week:
Alfa-Forex is a Forex trading company founded by one of the biggest corporate banks in Russia — Alfa-Bank. They offer MT4, MT5 and Zulutrade accounts. The MetaTrader accounts start from $1, while Zulutrade one is from $10,000. They offer reasonable variable spreads (1 pip average on EUR/USD) and up to 1:100 leverage on currency instruments.
Some broker updates are also available this week:

  • Alpari ceases support of Zulutrade platform.
  • LQD Markets, LiteForex and IBFX launch Chinese website versions.
  • RTFX no longer offers German and Spanish versions of its website.
  • Ikon Group now has offices in Russian and Malaysia. It is no longer regulated in Russia and the United States. Instead, added ASIC (Australia) regulation. Credit cards can be used as a deposit method. Removes Canadian dollar and Swiss franc from the list of account countries, but adds Hong Kong dollar, Chinese yuan and Russian ruble. Phone trading is now supported. New trading platform is available — Ikon Prodigy. Traders’ support is now possible in Malaysian, Hindi, and Polish languages. Account types have been revamped completely.

  • If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the latest Forex brokers updates, please feel free to reply using the form below.

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