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Forex Brokers Update — March 20th, 2016

March 20, 2016 by

This week saw addition of one new broker to our website:

FCI Markets — a new FCA-regulated Forex company with MetaTrader 4, Currenex, and NetStation trading platforms. They offer accounts starting from $1 and with very low spreads.

FCI Markets

Updates of the existing brokers are listed below:

  • RoboForex now accepts deposits via PayPal.
  • Sensus Capital is now GBE brokers. They have increased the number of traded lots required to get free VPS. MT5 demo accounts are no longer available. Live account types have been completely changed.
  • FXGlobe no longer has office in Israel.
  • NSFX now requires sending documents by post to confirm account opening. Removed German customer support but added Russian.
  • Trader’s Way now supports PAMM. No longer offers segregated accounts. Removed micro-Forex account type. No longer pays or charges interest on open positions in MT4 ECN accounts. The minimum size for cTrader accounts is down from $100 to $50. Commission there is down from $3.5 to $3 per lot. Hedging is now allowed. Maximum Forex leverage is up from 1:100 to 1:500. Gold and silver trading is now allowed while energy, agriculture, and stocks CFDs have been removed. In MT4.FIX and MT4.VAR accounts, index instruments are now available; agriculture and stocks symbols have been removed.

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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