Tag: Exness volume

October 07, 2016 BY LeapRate Staff

Exness September FX volumes rise 11% MoM to $218 billion

Continuing a parade of healthy FX trading volumes we are seeing in September across leading retail and institutional Forex platforms, Retail Forex broker Exness has reported an 11% increase in September results, to $218 billion. The $218 billion figure makes September Exness' second best month of 2016, after record monthly volumes of $253 billion recorded in July…

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July 02, 2014 BY Mike Fox

EXNESS June FX volumes up 13% to record $185 billion

All-time high! Volume numbers at LeapRate Regulated List FX broker EXNESS come in at $184.7 billion for June. This is a 13% increase from May volumes which rolled in at $163.9 billion. June 2013 volumes stood at $114.4 billion, a roughly 61.5% increase YoY. See chart below:

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May 06, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

EXNESS keeps growing, reports April volumes of $168 billion

In a month where, so far, we've seen both retail brokers (e.g. GMO Click in Japan and Saxo Bank in Denmark) and institutional players (e.g. ICE) show slowing FX trading volume metrics, up-and-coming broker EXNESS just keeps on humming. The CySEC-regulated forex broker reported April FX trading volumes of $168.2 billion, marginally (1%) higher than March…

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March 05, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

EXNESS February volumes marginally lower by 7%

The upcoming New Zealand registered brokerage maintains its solid drive Volume numbers at New Zealand registered and CySEC regulated upcoming brokerage have dipped slightly lower in February by 7% to $140.8 million. When compared to recently reporting companies, this seems to be a rather negligible drop, especially when put in context to the month of…

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February 05, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

EXNESS forex volumes top $150 billion in January

EXNESS also set a one-day volume record of $10.8 billion on January 23rd Volume numbers at New Zealand registered and CySEC regulated upcoming brokerage EXNESS have surprised to the upside with a record rise to $150 billion - way over December's figures. Thats a whopping spike by more than a third and it seems to…

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