Retail Forex broker EXNESS earlier today reported its key operating metrics for May 2015, with the company managing to set another trading activity record – only a month after the previous such record was registered.
The company saw monthly Forex volumes of $217.6 billion, which is 3.2% higher than the level of $210.9 billion seen in April 2015. That is when the previous record in terms of FX volumes was set.
For lovers of annual comparisons, we can say that the monthly Forex volumes seen in May 2015 were 32.8% higher than in May 2014, when the result was at $163.9 billion.
Client accounts were also on the rise last month. EXNESS saw their number reach 33,706 in May 2015, up 9.7% from the level of 30,731 registered in April 2015.
George Tsaparillas, Director of Global Strategy and Business Development at EXNESS, commented:
“Our continued strong performance for the year has been driven by the trust and recognition from our customers, making us their provider of choice. The increasing numbers of people who are choosing our platform is due to tight spreads, great execution of the orders and our same-day withdrawals which allow for excellent trading conditions for our clients.”
EXNESS’ operating metrics including reported trading volumes are audited on a regular basis by independent global accounting firm Deloitte.
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