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Forex Brokers Update — December 19th, 2015

December 19, 2015 (Last updated on December 20, 2015) by

One more Forex broker can now boast of being listed on

OneTrade — a British company with FCA regulation. It claims to offer straight-through processing accounts with direct market access via MetaTrader 4 starting with $500. The maximum leverage is 1:100.


Some listed companies have been updated during the week:

  • OctaFX now offers Micro accounts instead of Mini. Reduced its spreads but also reduced the number of currency pairs available for trading. Added cTrader accounts. Launched Bengali and Hindi website versions.
  • Sensus Capital no longer accepts UnionPay payments. Removed bonuses, added demo account limitations, added conditions for getting a VPS. The broker no longer requires sending any documents via post to finalize account opening. Completely revamped its account types.
  • PhillipCapital is now listed as a global company with UK and Australian subdivisions. Added relevant information regarding their Australian broker’s account types.
  • Capital Index acquired an FCA (UK) regulation.
  • Finam became the first Forex broker to be licensed by the Central Bank of Russia according to the new rules for the country’s FX companies.
  • Alpari launched nano accounts with $1 minimum for MT4 platform.
  • Liga Forex is no longer listed as the broker ceased operating.

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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