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USA Retail Forex Broker (the few which are left) assets just reported for April held steady with a total of $524,757,888 in customer funds.
This is a slight 0.19% MoM increase from March’s $523,750,637.
With FXCM out of the market, selling its accounts to Gain Capital, the Gain Capital retail brand Forex.com remains the clear leader in the US market.
OANDA is the clear number two broker and was the only company to pick up assets in April.
It is not yet known when Interactive Brokers will stop reporting retail FX, as they exited the US market last year but still continue to report to the CFTC. TD Ameritrade, the giant US online stock broker, holds just a little bit of retail client funds in Forex trading and has the most to gain should they decide to increase their offering in FX trading accounts.