Forex Brokers Update — September 15th, 2019

No new brokers have become listed during the last week, but we have some updates to report on:
ForexMart removed its range of no-deposit bonuses in favor of lowering their spreads. Spreads on Classic, Pro, and Cent accounts have now been properly marked as variable.
ICM Capital now accepts deposits also in Singapore dollars. Its
stop-out level has been corrected to 50% (due to the European regulations).
HotForex replaced its Currenex account type with HFCOPY, increasing its spreads there significantly.
IC Markets renamed its True ECN account type to Raw Spread.
HYCM renamed Standard accounts to Classic and HY Pro to RAW.
JCMFX added four new account currencies: Swiss franc, Japanese yen, Australian dollar, and Great Britain pound.
JAFX reduced the number of supported currency pairs from 78 to 47.
IronFX increased its spreads significantly for Micro and Premium accounts.
Ingot Brokers no longer offers accounts denominated in Japanese yen or Swiss franc; added Australian dollar accounts.
Alpari stopped working with FasaPay. Their demo accounts are now limited with 10 days of inactivity. Added Russian ruble as an available account currency.
GDMFX has been delisted as the broker had apparently turned scam on its customers.
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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