Forex Brokers Update — July 4th, 2015 now features two more companies:
London FX — a regulated Forex broker from UK with a range of low-spread MT4 account types, starting with a hefty minimum of $1,000. The maximum leverage is only 1:100, but there are many instruments to choose from.
London FX
iClickNTrade — an Australian company regulated by ASIC. They offer one account type only — ECN with $500 minimum and 1:500 maximum leverage. The spreads are very low (at least on major currency pairs), and one can also trade oil, gold, and silver with iClickNTrade.
This week also brought updates to the listed Forex brokers:

  • RoboForex stopped offering a number of currency pairs due to low liquidity: USD/CZK, USD/DKK, USD/HKD, USD/HUF, USD/ILS, USD/NOK, USD/PLN, USD/SEK, USD/SGD, EUR/CZK, EUR/DKK, EUR/HUF, EUR/NOK, EUR/PLN, and EUR/SEK.
  • Admiral Markets closed offices in Ukraine, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Greece, and Belarus. Opened an office in the United Kingdom. The company is now regulated by FCA (UK) and CySEC. Accepts payments via Neteller and SOFORT. It is now possible to deposit in Great Britain pounds and in Swiss francs. The broker started providing PAMM service and managed accounts. The range of account types has been changed completely.
  • Forex Club is no longer regulated by CFTC/NFA and FFMS. Russian division became regulated by CRFIN.
  • OctaFX is now regulated by the British FCA.
  • ActivTrades allows hedging in its MT4 accounts.
  • TFIFX rebranded to TFI Markets.
  • Key To Markets added two new account types: MT4 Pro and KTM Trader Futures.

  • 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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