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Alphabetical List of Forex Brokers






AB Forex Company

AccentForex (Butenix Capital Ltd)

Ace Koeki Co., Ltd.
ACFX (AtlasCapital FX; formerly Atlas eForex)
ACM (Advanced Currency Markets SA)
ACM Gold
actior – German
ActivTrades PLC
ADM Derivatives, Inc.
Admiral Markets
Adrenalin Forex – Russian
Advanced Financial Markets (AFM)
Advanced Futures (Global Futures Exchange & Trading Co., Inc.)
Advanced Markets LLC
Advantage Traders Group
AFT-FX (AFT Co., Ltd.)
AFX Capital (AFX Capital Markets Limited)
AgenBolsa – Spanish
Ajax Financial Inc.
Akmos Trade
AL Trade (al trade)
Alfa-Bank (Alfa-FX) – Russian
Alipes Forex Trading Services
Alpari FS
Alpari (NZ) Limited
Alpari (UK) Limited
Alpari (US), LLC
Alpha Capital Markets Ltd
AM Financials
AMIFOX Ltd. Brokerhouse
Apex FX Trading
ARA Markets Ltd
Arab Financial Brokers (AFB)
Arab Forex Online
ARK World Market Corp – Russian
Askobid (O.C.M. Online Capital Markets)
AssistForex – Turkish
ATC Brokers (Avail Trading Corp.)
ATG Marketplex (Aaron Trading LLC)
Atlantic FX
Ava FX (Ava Capital Markets Ltd.)
Avivafx (TRANSIVA Investment Company)
AVS Carter (AVS Carter Asset Management Ltd.)
AxiTrader (AxiCorp Financial Services)
Azurite Markets Ltd
Bacera International
Barclays Stockbrokers Limited (BARX)
Baron Forex (BFX)
Beam FX (Beam Financial Group LLC)
Bearman Forex (BFX) (Plan Success Limited)
Berkeley (Bahamas) Limited
bforex Ltd.
Black Stone Trading & Investment
BlackHorse FX (BHFX)
BPForex – Hungarian
Broco Inc. (BroCompany)
Brokbusinessbank (JSC Brokbiznesbank) – Russian
BrokerCreditService Cyprus Limited (BCS) – Russian
BulldogFX Corp.
C.I.M. Banque
Cambiste – French
Cannon Trading Co.
Cantor FX (Cantor Fitzgerald Europe; formerly BGC FX)
Capital Group LIFE (Forex Market Gates) – Russian
Capital Standard Corporation – Russian
Caya Capital Markets NZ Limited (Caya)
Cfx Intermediazioni SpA – Italian
Charter FX (CFX)
CitiFX Pro (Citibank N.A.)
City Credit Capital (UK) Ltd (CCC)
City Index Asia Pte Ltd Co
CMC Markets
CME Group
CMS Forex (Capital Market Services)
Cobra Trading, Inc.
Colosseum Financial Markets – Czech
Corsa Capital Investments, Corp.
Cortal Consors – German
Currency Trading USA
DAB Bank (Die Direkt Anlage Bank) – German
Day Trade Austria
DCM Forex
Dealing City Inc.
Dealing24 (formerly PRO-FOREX)
Delta Stock AD
DfxTrade (DFX Financial Ltd.)
Dif Broker
Divisa Capital LP (DCFX)
DLC ForexTrade – Russian
Dorman FX (Dorman Trading, LLC)
dt|FX (Daniels Trading)
Dukascopy Swiss Forex Bank
Easy Forex
ECI Invest (EKI Invest) – Russian
ECN Market
ECN Trade Capital Market Ltd
EFX Financial (EFXTrades)
ElanFX – German
Enfinium International
England Foreign Exchange Inc. (EFX)
Equilor Investment Ltd. (Equilor Trader)
EuroForex – Italian
Everybody FX (EMCOM Securities Co.) – Japanese
Exto Capital
FalcoFX (Info Plus Trading Systems Ltd) –
FastBrokers (Fast Trading Services LLC) –
FXSalt Ltd
Fibo Group, Ltd. (FIBO Group)
Finam Limited
Fineco – Italian –
Finexo Global Investments LTD (Finexo) –
FinForce (FX-Invest Group Inc.) –
FinFx Trading Oy –
finlot –
Finmarket –
FinOdds –
Finotec Trading UK Ltd –
flatex AG – German –
Foremost Forex, LLC –
Forex Capital, Inc. –
Forex Club Financial Company, Inc. (FxClub) –
Forex Day Trading –
Forex EuroClub – Russian –
Forex Financial Services (Forex FS)
Forex For You
Forex Global Market (FXGM) –
Forex Ltd –
Forex Trading First –
Forex Trading Scout –
Forex Turkey – Turkish –
FOREX Ukraine –
Forex WebTrader – (GAIN Capital Holdings, Inc.) –
forex47 – Italian –
FxPulp –
Forex-Arabia –
Forex-Broker (Univell Ltd; formerly TrendFX) –
ForexChile – Spanish –
ForexCT (Forex Capital Trading)
ForexElite Ltd. –
Forexite Ltd. – Russian
ForexLine (ForeksLayn) – Russian
ForexMeta (Lotus Brokerage Services) –
Forex-Metal –
ForexPark – Turkish –
ForexTime NZ Limited (FXTM) –
Forex-Trend (Skopalino Trading Limited) –
ForInvest Group
FreshForex – Russian –
Friedberg Direct –
FrontStocks Ltd –
FX | Clearing (FX Clearing) –
Fx Dialogue (UK) Limited –
Fx Direkt Bank AG – German –
FX Financial Group LLC
FX Grant –
FX Solutions Australia
FX Solutions, LLC (FX Sol) –
FxBroker –
FXcast (Surplus Finance S.A.) –
FXCBS (FOREX Central Brokerage Services, Fienex Group) –
FXCC (FX Central Clearing Ltd) –
FXCH (Foreign Exchange Clearing House) –
FXCM (Forex Capital Markets, LLC) –
FxCompany Ltd –
FXD24 (FX direct S.A.) –
FXDD (FX Direct Dealer) –
FXFlat –
FXM Broker Group S.A. (FXM Financial Group) –
FxPro –
FXPIG (Premier Interchange Gateway LP) –
FxPrice LLC (FXInter LTD) – French
GainScope –
Gaitame – Japanese –
Gallant Capital Markets (GCMFX)
Gbtrade International Limited –
GCI Trading (GCI Financial)
Gedamo Investment (Gedamo Corporation) –
Genforex SA –
GET Financial (Global Electronic Trading Pty Ltd.)
GFC (Global Financial Contracts) – Spanish –
GFT (Global Futures & Forex, Ltd.) –
Global Clearing Group Ltd (2 Pips Forex) –
Global Forex LLC –
Global Futures Exchange & Trading Company, Inc. –
Global Trading, Ltd. (Global Trade Stations)
GloCap Markets –
GO4X (TMS Brokers Brokerage House) – Polish –
Goldberg Forex Group –
Golder Markets Ltd –
Got Money FX
GTL Forex (formerly Global Tradewaves LTD)
Halifax Online (HalifaxOnline)
Hanseatic Brokerhouse Securities Ltd. (HanseTrader) – German –
Hantec Markets
Hantec Markets –
Hedefonline – Turkish –
High Street Networking
HMS Markets Luxembourg (HMS LUX S.A.) –
HotForex (HF Markets Ltd.) –
Hudson Global Capital Ltd –
Hupro FX (Hupro International Inc.) –
HY Markets –
IamFX Inc. –
IBC Group (Investments and Brokerage Capital Ltd) – Russian –
Iberia Forex – Spanish –
ICM Brokers
Ideal World Forex (IWF) –
IFC Markets
IFX Markets (City Index Limited) –
IG Markets –
IGLR Investment Co. – Turkish –
IjenFX – Indonesian –
IKO Forex Limited (IKOFX) –
IKON Brokers –
Ikon Global Markets (Ikon GM) –
In-Arabia Solutions Limited –
IncoNeon –
InovaTrade –
InstaForex (InstaForex Group)
IntegralBank (AKB ‘Integral Bank’) – Russian –
IntegrityFX –
Intel FX (FNZ Capital Limited) –
Interactive Brokers LLC (IBKR) –
Interbank FX LLC –
Intercore Financial (Inter Financial GmbH) –
InterForex Inc.
Internaxx Bank S.A. –
Investment House International (IHI)
InvestorsEurope –
InvestTechFX –
IP-Forex Inc.
IronFX (IronFX Financial Services Limited) –
IS Trading – German –
ISI Group (International Service Invest Group) –
iTrade Capital Markets LLC (ICM)
Kabu – Japanese –
Keytrade Pro
Kharkov Dealing Center (IFC Forex) – Russian –
KIEV Dealing Center (Kiev Forex) – Russian –
KVB Kunlun
Larson & Holz IT Ltd.
Lembex Financial Group (Group Lmbx) – Hebrew –
Lightspeed Trading, LLC –
Lionstone Investment Services Ltd –
Loyal Forex Financial Ltd
Loyal Group Limited (LGL) –
Lucror FX (Lucror Capital Markets LP)
MadaFX (Mada Financial) –
Manduca Trading LLC –
Mandus Invest SA (Mandus-Forex) –
Marketiva –
MB Trading (MBTFS) –
MercaForex (Silver Holdings International Ltd.) –
Mezan Trade Ltd –
MF Global FXA Securities Ltd. (FXA Securities) –
MF Global Markets (MF Global UK Limited) –
MFFX (MF Financial Ltd.; formerly Master/Money Forex) –
MIG Bank (MIG Fx) –
Millennium Penata Futures (PT Millennium Penata Futures) –
Mirus FX –
Monex International Investments –
Monex Investindo Futures (PT Monex Investindo Futures) –
MRC Markets (formerly MoneyRain)
Murphy & Williams Financial Group Ltd –
MVP Financial, LLC
NatWest Stockbrokers –
Nefteprombank (ZAO Nefteprombank) – Russian –
New Era Financial Group –
NobleTrading (Lightspeed Trading LLC) –
Nord FX (Nord Group Investments Inc) –
NordMarkets (Nord Global AB) –
North-West Financial Broker
Norvik Bank – Latvian –
NTB-FX – Russian –
NTWO Capital Market (N2CM)
OANDA Corporation (FXTrade) –
OKT FX (Okuto FX) – Japanese –
One Financial Markets (CB Financial Services Ltd) –
Open E Cry, LLC (OEC) –
Osiris FX Ltd
Patria Forex – Czech –
Pepperstone Financial Party Ltd (CDM Pacific)
Persepolis Capital Management (PCM Brokers) –
Phi Capital Management LLC –
Phillip Futures Pte Ltd –
Pipfixed –
PIPTRADE (Henyep Capital Markets (UK) Limited) –
Plus500 –
Premier Investments (FXPremier) –
Prime Finance B.V. Group Inc. (PrimeDesk) – Russian –
Pro Finance Group Inc. (PFGFX)
ProfiForex Corp. –
ProFinanceService, Inc. –
Providencial FX (Banco Providencial, S.A.) –
PSS FOREX (Private Scandinavian Sparkasse and Credit Corp, SA)
QTrade GmbH – German –
Quant Securities Pty Ltd
Questrade Inc. (Questrade)
RBC Forex Corp. – Russian –
Real Stream Trading (Finocorp Ltd)
Real Trade (SIA IBS) –
Real Trade Group
Real-Forex (Finocorp Ltd.)
Renesource Capital –
Rest FX Consulting Ltd (restFX) – Turkish –
RetailFX –
RFXT (Royal Forex Trading S.A.L.) –
Rietumu Trading – Russian –
Rinkost Financial Company – Russian
RJO Futures (R.J. O’Brien) –
Robbins Trading Company –
Rosenthal Collins Group, LLC (RCG) –
RoyalCM (Royal Capital Markets)
Royal-Forex –
RTFX Ltd (formerly Realtime Forex SA) –
Russian Dealing Center (RDC) – Russian –
Saxo Bank –
Securities Inc. 121 (121FX) – Japanese –
Sembank (Commercial Bank Sembank) – Russian –
ServisInform (Service Info.) – Russian –
SetForex – Turkish –
Skyline Brokers –
Smart Live Markets Ltd (Smart Live Financial Services Ltd) –
Smart Trade FX –
Solidity Brokers –
SparenFX (Sparen Data Services) –
SpeedTrader (Stock USA Execution Services, Inc.) –
Spot Trader (57 Danvers Lane, LLC) –
STRATO Markets –
Sucden Financial Limited –
Sun Hung Kai Financial (SHKF) –
Sunbird Trading Ltd –
SVSFX (SVS Securities PLC) –
Swiss Clearing & Trade Management (SCTM)
Swiss e Trade AG –
Swiss International Financial Brokerage (K.S.C) –
swissDirekt AG –
SystemForex (SystemGates) – Russian
T & K Futures (T & K Forex Inc.) –
Tadawul FX –
Teletrade –
Tetrabourse Group – Russian –
TFIFX (TFI Markets Limited) –
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS, marketindex; formerly ABN AMRO)
thinkorswim –
TMS Brokers (Dom Maklerski TMS Brokers S.A.) –
Top Star Development Co., Limited (TSD) –
Trade Club (TC) –
Trade Land FX –
Tradenext Global Markets Ltd
Traders-Trust (TTCM) –
TradeStation Forex, Inc. (TradeStation Securities, Inc.) –
Trading Point –
Trading212 – AG – German –
Transworld Futures –
Trendoks Limited –
Tycoon International Trading Ltd – Russian
UFXBank –
UFXCM Group Inc. –
UIC (United International Company) –
UnicomTrade Ltd –
Uni-FX (Unifex Financial Group LLP) –
Union Forex
Union Pacific Limited (UPL) –
United Markets Information Syndicate (UMIS) – Russian –
United World Capital (UWC) –
UnitedForex (UFX Trading)
Vantage FX
Varengold Bank FX –
vCap FX LLC –
Vector Securities –
Vinson Financials LLC –
vPE Bank – German –
VTB 24 (JSC) (Bank VTB 24) – Russian
Westbury Capital Inc.
WH SelfInvest Ltd –
Windsor Brokers, Ltd. –
World Forex Corp. – Russian
WSD Financial (NZ) Ltd –
X-Trade Brokers DM S.A. (XTB)
YouTradeFX (International Youtrade Investments MA Ltd)
Zecco Forex, Inc. (Zecco Holdings, Inc.)


Barclays announces new trade finance platform for corporate clients



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Barclays Corporate Banking has today announced that it is working with CGI to implement the CGI Trade360 platform. This new platform will provide an industry leading end-to-end global trade finance solution for Barclays clients in the UK and around the world.

With the CGI Trade360 platform, Barclays will provide clients with greater connectivity and visibility into their supply chains, allowing them to optimise working capital efficiency, funding and risk mitigation. By utilising cloud based functionality for corporate banking clients, Barclays will also be able to offer a leading client user experience through easy access and real-time integration to essential information, combined with the latest trade solutions as the industry-wide shift to digitisation continues to accelerate.

This move underpins Barclays commitment to supporting the trade and working capital needs of their clients and reinforces a commitment to innovation that has been central to the bank for more than 300 years.

James Binns, Global Head of Trade & Working Capital at Barclays, said: “We are delighted to announce our move to the CGI Trade360 platform and to have started the implementation process. We have a longstanding partnership with CGI, and the CGI Trade360 platform will mean we can continue delivering the best possible trade solutions and service to our clients for many years to come.”

Neil Sadler, Senior Vice President, UK Financial Services, at CGI, said: “Having worked closely with Barclays for the last 30 years, we knew we were in an excellent position to enhance their systems. Not only do we have a history with them and understand how they work, but part of the CGI Trade360 solution includes a proof of concept phase, which is essentially seven weeks of meetings and workshops with employees across the globe to guarantee the product’s efficiency and answer all queries. We’re delighted that Barclays chose to continue working with us and look forward to supporting them over the coming years.”

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What’s the current deal with commodities trading?



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By Sylvain Thieullent, CEO of Horizon Software

The London Metal Exchange (LME) trading ring has been the noisy home of metals traders buying and selling for over a hundred years. It’s the world’s oldest and largest metals market and is home to the last open outcry trading floor. Recently however, the age-old trading ring, though has been closed during the pandemic and, just a few weeks ago, the LME announced that it will remain so for another six months and that it is taking steps to improve its electronic trading. This news fits in with a growing narrative in commodities about a shift to electronic trading that has been bubbling away under the surface.

Something certainly is stirring in commodities. The crisis has affected different raw materials differently: a weakening dollar and rising inflation risks bode well for some commodities with precious metals being very attractive, as seen by gold reaching all-time highs. Oil on the other hand has had a tough year and experienced record lows from the Saudi-Russia pricing war. It has been a turbulent year, and now prices look set to soar. While a recent analyst report from Goldman Sachs predicts a bullish market in commodities for the year ahead, with the firm forecasting that it’s commodities index will surge 28%, led by energy (43%) and precious metals (18%).

Increasingly, therefore, it seems that 2020 is turning out to be a watershed moment for commodities, and it’s likely that the years ahead will bring about significant transformation. And whilst this evolution might have been forced in part by coronavirus, these changes have been building up for some time. Commodities are one of the last assets to embrace electronic trading; FX was the first to take the plunge in the 90s, and since then equities and bonds have integrated technology into their infrastructure, which has steadily become more advanced.

The slow uptake in commodities can be explained by several truths: the volumes are smaller and there is less liquidity, and the instruments are generally less exotic, essentially meaning it has not been essential for them to develop such technology – at least not until now. This means that, for the most part, the technology in commodities trading is a bit outdated. But that is changing. Commodities trading is on the cusp of taking steps towards the levels of sophistication in trading as we see in other asset classes, with automated and algo trading becoming ever prominent.

Yet, as commodities trading institutions are upgrading their systems, they will be beginning to discover the extent of the job at hand. It’s no easy task to upgrade how an entire trading community operates so there’s lots to be done across these massive organisations. It requires a massive technology overhaul, and exchanges and trading firms alike must be cautious in the way they proceed, carefully establishing a holistic, step-by-step implementation strategy, preferably with an agile, V-model approach.

The workflow needs to be upgraded at every stage to ensure a smooth end-to-end trading experience. So, in replacement of the infamous ring, these players will be looking to transform key elements of their trading infrastructure, including re-engineering of matching engines and improving communications with clearing houses.

However, these changes extend beyond technology. For commodities players to make a success of the transformation in their community, exchanges need to have highly skilled technology and change the very culture of trading. All of which is currently being done against a backdrop of lockdown, which makes things much more difficult and can slow down implementation.

What is clear is that coronavirus has definitely acted as a catalyst for a reformation in commodities. It is a foreshadowing of what lies ahead for commodities trading infrastructure because, a few years down the line, commodities trading could well be very different to how it is now, and the trading ring consigned to history.

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Afreximbank’s African Commodity Index declines moderately in Q3-2020



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African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has released the Afreximbank African Commodity Index (AACI) for Q3-2020. The AACI is a trade-weighted index designed to track the price performance of 13 different commodities of interest to Africa and the Bank on a quarterly basis. In its Q3-2020 reading, the composite index fell marginally by 1% quarter-on-quarter (q/q), mainly on account of a pull-back in the energy sub-index. In comparison, the agricultural commodities sub-index rose to become the top performer in the quarter, outstripping gains in base and precious metals.

The recurrence of adverse commodity terms of trade shocks has been the bane of African economies, and in tracking the movements in commodity prices the AACI highlights areas requiring pre-emptive measures by the Bank, its key stakeholders and policymakers in its member countries, as well as global institutions interested in the African market, to effectively mitigate risks associated with commodity price volatility.

An overview of the AACI for Q3-2020 indicates that on a quarterly basis

  • The energy sub-index fell by 8% due largely to a sharp drop in oil prices as Chinese demand waned and Saudi Arabia cut its pricing;
  • The agricultural commodities sub-index rose 13% due in part to suboptimal weather conditions in major producing countries. But within that index
    • Sugar prices gained on expectations of firm import demand from China and fears that Thailand’s crop could shrink in 2021 following a drought;
    • Cocoa futures enjoyed a pre-election premium in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire, despite the looming risk of bumper harvests in the 2020/21 season and the decline in the price of cocoa butter;
    • Cotton rose to its highest level since February 2020 due to the threat of storm Sally on the US cotton harvest, coupled with poor field conditions in the US;
    • Coffee rose 10% as La Nina weather conditions in Vietnam, the world’s largest producer of Robusta coffee, raised the possibility of a shortage in exports.
  • Base metals sub-index rose 9% due to several factors including ongoing supply concerns for copper in Chile and Peru and strong demand in China, especially as the State Grid boosted spending to improve the power network;
  • Precious metals sub-index, the best performer year-to-date, rose 7% in the quarter as the demand for haven bullion continued in the face of persistent economic challenges triggered by COVID-19 and heightening geopolitical tensions. In addition, Gold enjoyed record inflows into gold-backed exchange traded funds (ETFs) which offset major weaknesses in jewellery demand.

Regarding the outlook for commodity prices, the AACI highlights the generally conservative market sentiment with consensus forecasts predicting prices to stay within a tight range in the near term with the exception of Crude oil, Coffee, Crude Palm Oil, Cobalt and Sugar.

Dr Hippolyte Fofack, Chief Economist at Afreximbank, said:

“Commodity prices in Q3-2020 have largely been impacted by COVID-19. The pandemic has exposed global demand shifts that have seen the oil industry incur backlogs and agricultural commodity prices dwindle in the first half of the year. The outlook for 2021 is positive however conservative the markets still are. We hope to see an increase in global demand within Q1 and Q2 – 2021 buoyed by the relaxation of most COVID-19 disruptions and restrictions.’’

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