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Forex Brokers Update — July 17th, 2016

Two new Forex brokers have been added to the list during the week:

FX Giants — a UK-regulated company with an interesting range of account types — from micro to zero spread, to zero commission STP. Only MetaTrader 4 is available as a trading platform. The maximum leverage is 1:500.

FX Giants

Milton Markets — a Forex broker registered in New Zealand with accounts starting from $250. The leverage on Forex and CFDs is maxed out at 1:800. Trading is done via MT4.

Milton Markets

Changes to the listed brokers included:

  • RoboForex closed down its binary options branch RoboOption to focus on spot Forex trading.
  • Forex Time now offers segregated accounts and no longer offers free education. They also no longer require sending any documents via postal mail to finalize account verification. Removed account types ECN Amanah and Fixed Spread. Added Shares Account specifically for CFD trading in stocks.
  • Goldstein Brokers have been delisted due to website inactivity.
  • 5Stars Forex and BlackStoneFx delisted as apparent scams.

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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