EXNESS forex volumes top $150 billion in January

EXNESS also set a one-day volume record of $10.8 billion on January 23rd

Volume numbers at New Zealand registered and CySEC regulated upcoming brokerage EXNESS have surprised to the upside with a record rise to $150 billion – way over December’s figures. Thats a whopping spike by more than a third and it seems to be realted to the company’s everexpanding presence in the Middle and Far East markets. The company reported an average of $120 billion in volumes for 2013 hence January appears to be quite e good start to the New Year.

The company announced that it marked several daily trading volumes records with the highest mark coming at $10,8 billion on the 23rd of January. According to company’s metrics the number of new acounts in the first month of 2014 totaled 18712 – apparently another record since the company has started reporting these numbers a couple of years ago.

Last time the companyhas reported numbers close to current marks was all the way back in May 2013 ($148,4 billion), when rapid Japanese Yen depreciation was causing increased trading activity amongst retail traders.

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