Two new brokers have been added since the last update: FXFINPRO Capital — a regulated ECN broker from Cyprus with MetaTrader 4 platform, $500 minimum account size and nice assortment of trading instruments. In addition to MT4 platform, this company also offers Trader Workstation, ProTrader, and JForex. FXFINPRO Capital SaudiQuote — a company registered in New Zealand with focus on Islamic traders. It offers two account types: Standard with $10,000 minimum and MT4 and ECN with $100,000 minimum and proprietary SaudiQuote GTX trading platform. SaudiQuote
Changes to the previously added companies included:
AGEA now accepts deposits via credit/debit cards, DIXIPAY, and QIWI. No longer offers trading over the phone line. Customer support is no longer available in Hindi, German, Romanian or Russian. Zero Spread account is no longer available. Fixed Spread accounts have been launched instead. Increased leverage for Streamster accounts. Increased number of currency pairs for MT4 accounts.
Mayzus now has office in Russia, accepts deposits in Czech koruna, and also via MoneyPolo system. Offers managed accounts, personal managers, and free education to traders. Spreads have been cut down significantly across all account types, while the number of currency pairs has increased.
LQD Markets ceased operations (at least temporarily) due to the losses incurred during SNB shock.
FxPro now has MT5 demo.
ThinkForex is now regulated by British FCA.
IG Markets rebranded to IG.
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