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Forex Brokers Update — November 22nd, 2014

November 22, 2014 (Last updated on December 1, 2014) by

One addition to the list of brokers this week:

Forexite — a genuinely offshore company with a very low minimum account size ($1) and a custom trading platform (TradeRoom). They offer only currencies for trading and have leverage fixed at 1:100.


Quite a few important updates this week:

  • AForex no longer requires documents to be sent via paper mail to open an account. Lowered spreads in its Classic accounts.
  • Forex Time no longer has offices in Poland and Czech Republic. MT4 demo accounts now last 60 days (instead of 30). Added OKPAY, UnionPay, and Payza deposit methods.
  • ActivTrades no longer provides personal managers. Added stocks trading via MT5.
  • LQD Markets disabled Chinese, Hungarian, and Italian website languages. Closed its office in Hungary.
  • Interactive Brokers added Italian website.
  • GFT Forex removed its offices from Japan, the United Arab Emirates, and the USA.
  • IG Markets dropped the Russian version of its website.
  • Questrade FX removed French-language website.
  • Forex Club added website version in Azerbaijani.
  • Real Trade no longer has its website in Indonesian or German languages. Opened an office in Latvia.
  • Dukascopy added three more language choices for its website: Polish, Portuguese, and Italian.
  • Finotec disabled its French, Greek, Polish, and Vietnamese website versions.
  • XTB added Italian website. Opened offices in Austria, Belgium, Greece, Hungary, Netherlands, and Sweden.
  • IBFX has been acquired by TradeStation.

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