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FxPro hikes margin requirements ahead of Japanese elections

Oct 18 2017 08:25:06, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 FxPro, a well-established European forex and CFD broker, announced it is temporarily hiking the margin requirements on some instruments ahead of the Japanese general elections on October 22. The outcome of the vote may affect the financial markets and the available liquidity. For this reason, starting from Friday, October 20, 2017, at 18:00 (GMT+3) FxPro is raising the margin requirements for all JPY forex pairs and the spot metals to 1% (leverage 1:100) and to 2% (1:50) for indices (spot and futures). The changes will affect both new and existing positions. Read more

Alpari terminates offering of CryptA Capital cryptocurrency portfolio

Oct 18 2017 07:28:58, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 Alpari, one of the larger international forex and binary options brokers, mostly active in Russia, announced it terminates the offering of the CryptA Capital cryptocurrency investment portfolio. The reasons are the rising uncertainty of the digital currencies market and the contradicting positions of global regulators on the matter. Those factors, according to the broker, are increasing the risks for the potential investors in the portfolio.   Starting from October 17, all CryptA Capital portfolios will be set to Close Only and clients can only ask for fund withdrawals. On October 27, Alpari will automatically close all still open positions. Read more

UK’s FCA warns RTC Finance is a clone

Oct 17 2017 14:19:30, Jonathan Smith in Market

UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a warning that the forex and CFD brokerage RTC Finance is a clone of the EEA-authorized binary options and CFD brokerage Spot Capital Markets.   According to the UK regulator, RTC Finance, a.k.a Icon markets, a.k.a First World Consultants Limited is trying to confound its potential clients by giving out other false details or mix these with some correct details of the registered firm.   RTC Finance provides two addresses: one of the owner of the brand Icon Markets, in Belize and one of what it dubs “primary service provider of the Services” - First World Consultants, allegedly based in Cyprus. Read more

FxOpen expands platform offering with MetaTrader 5

Oct 17 2017 09:09:15, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 FXOpen, an ASIC and FCA-regulated forex and CFD broker announced it is adding the increasingly popular trading platform MetaTrader 5 to its offering. It provides access to ECN trading and interbank liquidity. Currently FXOpen supports only ECN trading accounts on MT5 and they have the same trading conditions as those on MT4: minimum deposit of $100, minimum transaction size of 0.01 lots, commission starting from $1.5 per standard lot, leverage of up to 1:500 and floating spreads from 0 pips. The ECN accounts offer access to over 70 currency pairs, gold, silver, oil, gas and CFDs and allow scalping and hedging. Read more

Austria's FMA warns of Cryp Trade cryptocurrency trading bot

Oct 16 2017 09:08:15, Jonathan Smith in Market

 Austria’s financial markets and services regulator FMA has warned that the cryptocurrency trading robot Cryp Trade is not licensed to carry out banking operations in the country. In essence this means the company cannot operate in Austria.   Our check revealed that Cryp Trade is registered and based in Spain. The company offers “win-win trading strategies” in cryptocurrencies that have been allegedly developed by its very experienced brokers. There are three investment packages: Standard, Mega and VIP, starting from $1000 and total return of $2153. Cryp Trade, however, says it only accepts deposits in cryptocurrencies. Read more

Grand Capital launches Serenity Financial - blockchain-based arbitration forex platform

Oct 16 2017 07:40:20, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 Forex, CFD and binary options broker Grand Capital  announced it has launched Serenity Financial – a blockchain-based secure forex marketplace for traders and brokers.   The platform has been developed in partnership with software solutions provider UpTrader and acts as an arbitration intermediary that controls both traders and brokers. Serenity Financial has a depository system based on blockchain and cryptocurrencies, which records and guarantees fairness of all trades, non-trade operations and withdrawal transactions. Additionally, clients’ funds are stored in segregated accounts. Read more

CySEC sets leverage, volume limits on cyrptocurrencies CFDs, cancels EU passporting rules on those instruments

Oct 13 2017 13:52:42, Jonathan Smith in Market

The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), which probably has the largest number of forex and CFD brokers under its regulation in Europe, has set limitations on the trading conditions of CFDs on cryptocurrencies, offered by its charges.   Probably the most significant part of the document dated October 13, concerns the banning of exercising of EU passporting rules when offering CFDs on cryptocurrencies. “CIFs are not permitted to exercise passporting rights afforded by the Law when offering such services in European Union or third countries”, CySEC said. Read more

Saxo Bank adds Ethereum tracker ETNs

Oct 12 2017 15:27:58, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

Saxo Bank, a major Danish financial services provider and forex broker, announced it is adding Ethereum Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs) to its asset list.   The new instruments are in addition to the Bitcoin tracker ETNs earlier and are all listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm. The four ETNs are available for trading without leverage on the broker's proprietary platforms SaxoTraderGO and SaxoTrader. The ETNs are issued by financial services company XBT Provider AB, specializing in Bitcoin and Ethereum financial products. Read more

CySEC withdraws suspension of OptionRally's license

Oct 12 2017 12:13:20, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) has announced its October 2 board decision to withdraw the suspension of the license of the binary option broker OptionRally.   The license was suspended in July 2017 over possible non-compliance with authorization and operation conditions, violations of the regulations of protection of client funds and own funds and the EU regulation on capital adequacy ratio. The broker had been given one week to remedy the situation.   While the suspension was in effect, OptionRally did not have the right to accept new clients and accept and transmit client orders. Read more

Brazil's CVM warns of forex brokers OctaFX, Forexent

Oct 12 2017 10:33:27, Jonathan Smith in Market

The Brazilian Securities Commission (Comissão de Valores Mobiliários – CVM), has warned against two unregulated forex brokers OctaFX and Forexent.   According to the publication, neither of them is authorized to provide services on trading in securities in Brazil.   OctaFX is an offshore forex broker based in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It used to be regulated by UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), but not anymore. It is not regulated by SVG's Financial Services Authority, either. Our check revealed that the site octafx.co.uk, which was of the FCA-regulated entity, now redirects to octafx.com of the SVG company. Read more

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