Subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate GMO, Z.Com Trade, is introducing a new payment method. From now on, their clients will be able to use Sk
Australian brokerage officially announced that it will stop charging fees for clients’ payments processing.
CMC Markets shares have been placed at 240 pence per share, which is closer to the bottom of the range.
Saxo Bank’s clients in January traded the most since the month of the Swiss franc debacle.
The franc is likely to remain under pressure as long as the Swiss economy has deflation and low economic growth, however it can rally on saf
EZTD has announced the launch of a Japanese regulated brokerage entity as the firm gains regulation from the FFAJ to operate in Japan.
GMO Click's tanking volumes are a thing of the past, with January 2016 representing strong consecutive monthly gains for the broker.
The IPO prospectus of CMC Markets shows that the company’s clients traded considerably more last year.
After leaving GAIN Capital last year, Muhammad Rasoul resurfaces at Alpha, a FCA regulated broker focused on B2B solutions.
FXCM has detailed in a study some key execution stats which are likely to positively affect a trader’s bottom line.
The number of DARTs at IB were reported at 830k, representing a jump of 32.1% MoM from just 628k in December 2015.
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Big clients are offered $0.25 on the dollar as an initial payment, while clients holding up to $150,000 are to to be paid in full.
Despite growing demand by traders for stable liquidity rather than better spreads or lower commissions, some brokers still take unnecessary
The main goal of the new office and MENA official agent will be to deal with FXOpen’s clients and third party entities.
Saxo Bank has updated its offering with a set of new unorthodox foreign exchange products and platform upgrades.
In its first consolidated financial statement for the fiscal year since its FXCM acquisition, Rakuten yielded an operating revenue of $335.2
London Capital Group will publish its full year results for 2015 in the 30th of March 2016.
FXCM extends a second line of defense against a potential takeover after adopting a "poison pill" last year.