Forex Brokers Update — January 12th, 2014

One new broker has been listed on since the last update:
FIPFX GLOBAL — a world-wide division of US-basedFIPFX company, which is an IB to ILQ institutional broker. FIPFX GLOBAL is regulated by Australian ASIC and offers more favorable trading conditions, but does not accept traders from the USA:
Other broker news this week:

  • RoboForex adds Neteller as a payment option.
  • AxiTrader now accepts US traders, lowered minimum from $250 to $200 and added Skrill as a payment option. The broker now offers accounts denominated in AUD, GBP, CHF and SGD; offers support in Japanese, Russian and Romanian languages. Typical spread became slightly higher for standard accounts. The number of currency pairs for trading increased from 25 to 36.
  • Invast Financial Services opens an office in Japan. Increases the maximum leverage for standard account type from 1:100 to 1:400. Introduces ECN account type. PAMM, MAM, Islamic accounts and trading bonuses/contests are now available to customers of this broker.
  • marketindex was delisted as RBS has stopped its operation back in November.

  • 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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