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Retail Forex broker Alpari has earlier today posted its operating metrics for September 2015, with Forex volumes edging up from August 2015 levels but failing to match the achievements seen in September 2014.
The company registered trading turnover of $92.4 billion in September 2015, up 5.6% from the result registered in August 2015, when the turnover amounted to $87.5 billion. The company said the main source of the month-on-month turnover growth was solid trading in EUR/USD and GBP/USD pairs.
In annual terms, the trading volumes declined. The result registered in September 2015 was 11.2% lower than in September 2014 when the turnover amounted to $104 billion.
The broker wishes to draw the public attention to its move to cut the minimum deposit required to create a public PAMM Portfolio. The minimum deposit is now $1,000.
To view the official announcement from Alpari, click here.