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. GDMFX
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 TradingForex.com.
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.
Forex.com removed German and Japanese languages from website translations.
CMS Forex closed its office in Russia.
Alpari added Indonesian and Hindi versions of its website.
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