Forex Brokers Update — October 11th, 2014

One new company this week:
TurboForex — a New Zealand company with offices around the world, it offers MetaTrader 4 and WebTrader platforms to its customers. The range of account types offered by TurboForex is rather wide. They cater both to the mini Forex traders and to serious traders with significant investments. Their minimum account size is $50 and yields a leverage of 1:500 on Forex instruments.
Some updates:

  • EXNESS became regulated also in St. Vincent and Grenadines.
  • FIBO and OctaFX now offer cTrader platform in demo accounts.
  • 3TG Brokers no longer offers 3TG Station platform for demo and live trading. Removed 360° and 360° Fix account types.
  • DF Markets removed support for MetaTrader 4 platform in live and demo accounts.
  • IC Markets stopped supporting webIRESS and ProDeal trading platforms.
  • FreshForex is now also regulated by Russian KROUFR.
  • JFX has been acquired by Traders Trust.
  • was added to the scam list with the rest of the websites from the same franchise that have been disabled earlier this week.

  • 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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