Forex Brokers Update — November 16th, 2014

The latest addition to our list of brokers is the following company:
GDMFX — a broker registered in New Zealand. It offers MT4 trading platform and caters for spot and binary option traders. The minimum to start trading is $100, while the leverage is maxed at 1:500.
Updates to the existing Forex companies during the week:

  • RoboForex translated its website into Ukrainian and Portuguese.
  • AvaTrade now offers its website also in German, Swedish, Korean, and Polish languages.
  • Mayzus introduced Polish, French, and Portuguese versions of its website.
  • LiteForex added German, Portuguese, Polish, Thai, and Italian websites. Now has offices in India, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Ukraine, and Thailand.
  • FXOpen disabled its website in the following languages: Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, and Portuguese.
  • InstaForex added websites in Bulgarian, Turkish, Dutch, and Vietnamese.
  • Forex4you removed Japanese version of its website and added Hindi and Italian versions.
  • AForex added Ukrainian version of its website.
  • Removed commission for trading at Traders Trust and
  • ActivTrades no longer requires sending documents via snail mail to trade on a live account. Adds Neteller and Skrill payment options.
  • FxGlory now offers also a Russian website.
  • removed German and Japanese languages from website translations.
  • CMS Forex closed its office in Russia.
  • Alpari added Indonesian and Hindi versions of its website.

  • 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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