Tag: regulated US Forex brokers

October 15, 2014 BY Gerald Segal

US Retail Forex client assets drop $12M in August

After a surprising 7% (or $41 million) rise in July, client assets held by regulated US retail forex brokers continued their slow but steady decline in August, shedding 2%, or $12.3 million. Total client assets held now sit at $619.7 million, as at August 31, 2014. The industry remains fairly concentrated, with the 'big three'…

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April 11, 2013 BY Gerald Segal

U.S. Retail FX client assets continue to slip in February

Biggest drop was at Interactive Brokers, which dropped 22%. U.S. Retail Forex client asset data for the month of February is now out, and there weren't really any big surprises: Overall, U.S. Retail Forex assets dropped 2% from January to $641.6 million, and are down 15% from last year as the U.S. retail FX sector…

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February 07, 2013 BY Gerald Segal

AxiTrader launches in the U.S.

Going against the trend, Australia's AxiTrader enters the U.S. Retail FX market. At a time when we are seeing a number of foreign FX brokerages abandon the heavily-regulated U.S. market (e.g. Forex Club), and even U.S.-based firms close shop domestically to focus on foreign markets (e.g. GFT), along comes AxiTrader going the other way. Australia's…

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