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Forex Brokers Update — April 25th, 2015

April 25, 2015 by

One new company has been listed this week:

Zar FX — an unregulated MT4 Forex broker, which claims to be based in the United Kingdom. They provide ECN trading from $500 with 1:100 leverage. This broker accepts multiple payment options and offers some unique features.

Zar FX

Several other brokers had their descriptions updated during the period:

  • AMarkets now offers 1:500 maximum leverage across all of its account types.
  • Vinson Financials no longer has offices in the UAE, USA, and China. Does not accept deposits in euro, and no longer offers bonuses. Launched a website version in Urdu. Now offers support also in Urdu, Hindi, Greek, German, and Finnish. Lowered spreads in Diamond account type and allowed scalping there. Advanced VIP accounts now start from $5,000, feature lower spreads and allow scalping. The number of currency pairs increased in both account types.
  • iFOREX no longer limits demo accounts. Added support for Qiwi, WebMoney, Western Union, Skrill, and Neteller payments.
  • FBS increased the number of currency pairs for trading from 28 to 90.
  • Pepperstone added Thai website version.
  • IC Markets launched Russian website.
  • FX Next is now regulated by FCA. No longer has offices in New Zealand and Thailand. Added Skrill deposit/withdrawal option. No longer accepts deposits in Singapore dollar and British pound. Added accounts ECN NEXT and ECN DMA instead of ECN Mini, ECN, Single-ECN, and Multi-ECN.
  • ELEX Electronic Markets and SABrokers have been delisted due to their websites’ inactivity.

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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