Forex Brokers Update — October 17th, 2015

One new broker has been added during the two weeks that passed since the last update:
FxGrow — an ECN Forex broker regulated by CySEC. It provides services via MT4 and NetStation platforms. The broker offers ECN (from $100) and ECN Plus (from $1,000) account types. The latter has lower spreads but goes with commission.
Many listed brokers have been updated:

  • NSFX now offers MAM, personal managers, segregated accounts, and interest rate on funds. Introduced Spanish website version and stopped providing support in Italian. Added new account types in stead of the old ones: MT4 Fixed, MT4 ECN, Jforex (with the same-titled platform).
  • FXOpen added CFD trading to all its FXOpen UK account types except STP.
  • FxPro lowered minimum spread on majors, increasing the typical spread on them.
  • Saxo Bank added new currency pairs with offshore Chinese yuan: CAD/CNH, CHF/CNH, GBP/CNH, NZD/CNH.
  • WatanFX is back to brokerage business, now as an IB for Forex Time.
  • Forex Time is now available also in Russian.
  • Core Liquidity Markets shut down its Chinese website.
  • XGLOBAL Markets launched Russian, Arabic, and Spanish websites.
  • COMMEXFX no longer offers Russian and Spanish versions of its website.
  • Weltrade closed its Belorussian, Ukrainian, and Indonesian language versions.
  • NatureForex removed its Chinese website.
  • FreshForex, ThinkForex, and NetoTrade added Arabic translation of their websites.

    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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