In March 2015, EXNESS' trading volume was 194.9 billion USD, which represents a 15% increase over February. The number of new trading accounts registered also rose to 31,088.
The trading volume in March of this year is 17.1% greater than the trading volume for the same period last year. What's more, it's also 13.6% greater than the average trading volume in 2014 and only falls short of the record set in October (198.8 billion USD).
EXNESS Analyst Sergey Kochergin notes that March was saturated with events on the global financial market, which is undoubtedly fertile ground for forex trading.
"In March, two of the largest central banks - the US Federal Reserve and the People's Bank of China (PBC) signaled to market participants the need for soft monetary policy in their nations. Additionally, on March 1 PBC reduced the key rate by 25 bp to 5.35%, and on March 18 the US Federal Reserve lowered the forecast for a federal funds rate increase to 0.625% for the end of 2015," says the analyst.
It should be noted that, as is our custom, EXNESS' trading volume for the first quarter of 2015 will also be certified by independent auditors and made publicly available.Publication source