FxBrokerFeed weekly brokers report

Published on: 02/8/19 2:25 PM

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The first week of February is over and once again FxBrokerFeed is here to bring you the latest forex broker news and updates from the trading world. Here are some of the main points that we focused on.


The Danish broker, SaxoBank, reported on the 4th of February a daily trading average in the FX markets of 6.9 $ billion which is the lowest that the broker has reported since the beginning of 2016. This shows a steady decline for the daily average FX volumes for the past six months, with the exception of August and September 2018.

TD Ameritrade

Over the past week, one of the main focal points in the industry were the “inappropriate” TD Ameritrade Emails published by “Splinter News”, which contained racist comments. The founder of the renowned broker, Joe Ricketts, issued an apology shortly after. It’s still early to predict, but this might spur a flux of negative mentions/comments for TD Ameritrade in the following weeks. To keep an eye on the brokers performance over the upcoming days, check out our full reports on https://fxbrokerfeed.com/reports/td-ameritrade/


On the positive side of things, Plus500 shares reached their highest levels over the near past and a lot of stock traders are jumping in on the opportunity to make a quick profit. We’ll be following the brokers performance closely and where all of this might lead to in the upcoming weeks.

Our weekly top trading platforms pics are FXPro, Exness and FXTM. According to FxBrokerFeeds social monitoring tools, these are the brokers with the best positive/negative mentions ratio for the week. For more detailed reports on all the major forex brokers visit https://fxbrokerfeed.com/report/

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