FxPro publishes Q4 2015 trade execution stats: 37.5% get positive slippage

Retail Forex broker FxPro, staying true to its transparency advocate reputation, earlier today posted its trade execution statistics for the final quarter of 2015.

Clients of the company continue to enjoy positive slippage, with the proportion of trades executed with such price improvement being 37.5% in the fourth quarter of 2015.

You can view the detailed execution data for the months of October, November and December 2015:

Slippage statistics:

  • Positive = 37.5%
  • At Quote = 37.7%
  • Negative = 24.8%

Re-quote statistics:

  • Re-quotes = 5.95%
  • Positive = 2.99%
  • Negative = 2.96%

The company notes that 2015 was a particularly busy year, during which it introduced new trading products, updated its existing services and increased the number of financial instruments we offer.

It was also a record-breaking year for FxPro which saw an increase in the average daily volume traded by its clients, as well as a notable rise in the average number of trades executed per day.

FxPro CEO, Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented:

“Looking at our execution statistics for Q4 alongside the respective metrics for the three previous quarters of 2015, we see consistency and continuous slippage symmetry, with the latest percentages reaffirming the reliable and flawless quality of trade execution that FxPro offers.”

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