Forex Brokers Update — June 13th, 2015

No new brokers this time, but some of the companies have been updated during the week:
FXOpen now offers oil and natural gas CFD trading in some of its account types.
AvaTrade added Hungarian version of its website and launched support service in this language.
WesternFX added offices in Canada and Bangladesh. Is now regulated by FSA (St. Vincent & the Grenadines). Replaced Premium account types with Classic account type. Standard account type now has a maximum size of $9,999, slightly higher average spreads, and fewer currency pairs. now accepts Perfect Money. No longer offers segregated accounts. Added demo account restriction — a demo account will be disabled after 15 days of inactivity. Crypto account type added to trade cryptocurrencies (e.g. Bitcoin). Revamped existing account types, decreasing the minimum position size and increasing the spreads (only slightly).
Forex-Trend is no longer licensed in New Zealand.
LQD Markets has been finally disabled after being forced out of business by the Swiss franc turmoil earlier.

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