Retail FX broker Exness, being true to its transparency commitment, has published key performance metrics for April 2016, with trading volumes down steeply in both monthly and annual terms.
The company reported monthly trading volumes of $165.6 billion for April 2016, down 16.3% from the result of $197.9 billion registered in March 2016. The annual comparison was negative too, with April 2016 volumes down 21.5% from the reading of $210.9 billion for April 2015.
Account numbers also failed to deliver a positive piece of news, down 22.4% month on month at 25,967.
Exness experienced a series of DDoS attacks last month, affecting the broker’s website and trading servers.
For details on Exness’ performance, click here.