One new broker has been added to the list of companies on EarnForex this week: Direct FX — a regulated Australian company three trading platforms: MT4, CQG and Tradable. Their floating spreads are pretty average. Leverage is limited at 1:400. Standard account can be opened with $200. Direct FX
Other brokers have been updated during the week:
EXNESS is no longer regulated in New Zealand.
Alpari introduced several new currency pairs: USD/CNH, USD/ILS, EUR/ILS, GBP/TRY, EUR/ZAR and EUR/RUB.
FxGlory opened an office in Bulgaria; closed one in Dubai and is no longer regulated there. Now accepts debit/credit cards, Perfect money, Neteller, OKPAY, Payza and wire transfer. No longer offers trading contests and interest rate on accounts. Provides support in Armenian; no longer provides it in Arabic, German, Indonesian, Italian and Malay. Free VPS is now available for accounts with at least $500 (instead of $1,000). ECN account added.
Traders Trust now supports some new payment systems: Fasapay, CashU, SOFORT, Bitcoin and EgoPay. No longer offers Swiss franc accounts. Phone trading and bonuses are no longer available. Demo accounts are now limited by 2 weeks. Website is now also available in Malay, German, French, Greek, Turkish and Hungarian. Started offering Muslim-friendly accounts and affiliate program. Removed ECN/STP account type and added a new one — Standard.
RoboForex changed its ECN-Fix NDD account type from fixed spread to variable. Added commission of $2 per standard lot traded.
Tradenext offers demo accounts for FlexStation and Tradable platforms. Leverage in Micro accounts is now capped at 1:300. Added new account types: Standard and Premium. No longer supports Skrill payment system.
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