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Retail Forex broker EXNESS has stayed true to its transparency commitment and has just published its key operating metrics for February 2016. And although trading volumes fell in monthly terms, they staged a decent rise in annual terms.
EXNESS registered monthly trading volumes of $192.4 billion, down 2.5% from the reading of $197.3 billion for January 2016. On the brighter side, the result for February 2016 was 13.6% higher than the result for February 2015.
Account numbers staged a drop of 6.8% and amounted to 30,435 at the end of February 2016. This compares with a reading of 32,601 accounts at the end of January 2016.
The company recently published a Deloitte report, regarding its Q4 2015 metrics. The report by the auditor confirmed that EXNESS’s trading volumes in the final quarter of last year amounted to $559.4 billion. The broker paid out $9.5 million in agents’ commissions in the period.
You can find out more about EXNESS’s performance by clicking here.