Essential Reading: Forex Magnates’ QIR1 2014

This exclusive research and analysis publication is the most encompassing and in-depth report about the global FX industry available on

QIR1_2014_correct_logo_photoForex Magnates is proud to present its Q1 Quarterly Industry Report (QIR), showcasing the most interesting details and analyzing the most important developments that the FX industry has seen during the first quarter of 2014.

The beginning of the year so far has been a challenging period for financial markets. Geopolitical clashes in multiple strategic regions, talks about new regulations to curb high frequency speculators and the beginning of the end of the cheap money era on the horizon, all have affected traders’ mood and confidence.

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To aid the various actors in the FX business to get a firm grasp on the changing world, Forex Magnates’ QIR1 2014 provides an in-depth examination of a wide range of issues, which can be critical to the industry. From the start of mandatory centralized FX clearing in Europe with EMIR, to the effects of political crises on trading volumes in Ukraine and Turkey, we got you covered.

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QIR1_2014samplephoto2In addition, we have taken a look at the costs of becoming a publicly traded company with the trend of FX firms launching IPOs. The report examines the current challenges for FX brokers operating in the U.S.; tries to understand why the strong economies of Germany, France and Canada fail to produce a more vibrant forex market; brings interviews with top industry executives discussing what is the factor moving their business forward, and more.

As always, subscribers will be first to recieve the latest edition, and our readers are more than welcome to send us their feedback or pitch us ideas for future research articles at

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