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Retail Forex broker EXNESS has earlier today published key operating metrics for March 2015, with the month turning out to be the second strongest in the history of the company in terms of Forex volumes, lagging only behind the record highs seen in October 2014.
The company, which has its trading metrics audited by independent auditors MAP Audit and Deloitte, said its overall Forex volumes amounted to $194.9 billion in March 2015. The result is 15% higher than the $169.3 billion recorded in February 2015 and also exceeds the robust result of $184.8 billion registered in January 2015.
Those who prefer annual comparisons, as they are clean of most seasonal factors (or external variables), would perhaps like to know that the March 2015 figure was 17.13% higher than the $166.4 billion mark registered in March 2014.
In fact, the March 2015 result was one of the strongest in the history of EXNESS, lagging only behind the record of $198.8 billion set in October 2014, when the entire retail FX industry benefited from a wave of increased volatility.
Adding to the positive news for the broker, the number of new client accounts also staged a rise in March 2015. They amounted to 32,441, which is 19.7% higher than in February 2015.
You can view detailed EXNESS’s operating metrics here.