According to the latest tranche of data from the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC ), retail FX funds held at registered brokerages operating in the United States have decreased by -0.96% MoM in February 2015 from the month of January.

The monthly loss in the US is largely marginal, on the heels of an earlier reported decrease of FX funds held at brokerages, which came in at 6% during the month of December.

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Despite a number of recent developments surrounding FXCM (NYSE:FXCM), the US broker remains firmly entrenched as the leader, despite a loss of -3.2% in retail funds in February, which led all brokers operating in the US.

Conversely, GAIN Capital (NYSE:GCAP) and IBFX Inc. managed to secure monthly gains in retail funds, growing 5.48% and 0.96% respectively, far and above the performance of other brokers operating in the US.

According to the latest tranche of data from the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC ), retail FX funds held at registered brokerages operating in the United States have decreased by -0.96% MoM in February 2015 from the month of January.

The monthly loss in the US is largely marginal, on the heels of an earlier reported decrease of FX funds held at brokerages, which came in at 6% during the month of December.

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Despite a number of recent developments surrounding FXCM (NYSE:FXCM), the US broker remains firmly entrenched as the leader, despite a loss of -3.2% in retail funds in February, which led all brokers operating in the US.

Conversely, GAIN Capital (NYSE:GCAP) and IBFX Inc. managed to secure monthly gains in retail funds, growing 5.48% and 0.96% respectively, far and above the performance of other brokers operating in the US.