EXNESS December volumes up 6% to $173.6 billion, releases audited volumes report for 2014

LeapRate Regulated List FX brokerage EXNESS reported their December metrics today. Fresh off the company’s redesigned website, volumes clobbered last December’s $113 billion to improve to $173.6 billion for December 2014, a 53% increase YoY, and bested November’s $164 billion by 6%.

The firm released their latest volume figures as part of it’s wider audited metrics. The audited data revealed an interesting breakdown in that 99.31% of clients traded 60.51% of the volume for the month, while 0.62% of the clients (234 clients) traded a total volume of $45 billion amounting to 26.48% of the volume. (You can view the charts and full numbers in the PDF link at the bottom).

Check out the December volume chart, and another graph from the report below showing the breakdown of pairs traded:

EXNESS volumes closed strong above the $170B mark

EXNESS volumes closed 2014 strong back above the $170B mark



You can see that EUR/USD volume really took off in December, while we saw USD/JPY switch places with GBP/USD, as yen volatility took a backseat to the falling British pound in December.


To view the official December volume report and audited metrics from EXNESS, click here (PDF).

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