FxPro took the initiative to publish quarterly statistics relating to its standards of service

29 October, 2015

Earlier this year, online broker FxPro took the initiative to publish quarterly statistics relating to its standards of service. The decision was made in an effort to increase transparency in the FX market and encourage more industry participants to be as forthcoming about their operations. Today, FxPro is pleased to announce its slippage and execution percentages for the months of July, August and September, 2015.

FxPro’s Q3 slippage statistics are as follows:

  • Positive = 43.4%
  • At Quote = 39.6%
  • Negative = 17.0%

Re-quote percentages for the same period:

  • Re-quotes = 4.5%
  • Positive = 2.8%
  • Negative = 1.7%

FxPro CEO, Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented:

“Our execution statistics are very encouraging. Even though there was increased market volatility during the third quarter of 2015, we have managed to register these promising figures that reveal slippage symmetry and testify to our advanced execution and order-matching technologies. It remains our aim to continue providing our clients with flawless service and order execution, even in the most volatile of market conditions.”


Source link  
Triple Swap Payments to Change from Wednesdays to Fridays

We would like to inform you that, starting on Monday, February 6, 2017, the day for triple swap payments will change from Wednesdays to Fridays. We believe this change will be fairer for our clients, as any calculations made to account for Saturdays and Sundays will now take place closer to the weekend...

FxPro Trading Conditions during the 2016 Italian Constitutional Referendum

In the days preceding the 2016 Italian Constitutional Referendum, which will take place on Sunday, December 4, 2016, as well as in the days following the event, market volatility is expected to increase significantly as a result of the impact that the vote may have on the country’s future in the Eurozone...

FxPro reducås margins for certain MXN, CHF forex pairs

UK forex broker FxPro raises the leverage for some currency pairs with the Mexican peso (MXN) and the Swiss franc (CHF) to 1:500. This is the maximum leverage ratio offered by the broker and of course, FxPro’s dynamic leverage model applies to it...


Trading Conditions during 2016 US Presidential Election

In the days preceding the US Presidential Elections, which are scheduled to take place on November 8, 2016, as well as in the immediate aftermath of the event, it is expected that market volatility will increase, liquidity will reduce and spreads will widen, which are likely to affect several trading instruments...

FxPro Now On Telegram

We are pleased to announce the launch of FxPro’s new Telegram channel! Telegram is a messaging app, focused on speed and security, available across many platforms including desktop, mobile, and web versions...

FxPro Announces Q3 2016 Execution Statistics

Online broker FxPro is pleased to announce key execution statistics registered during the months of July, August, and September 2016, honouring its commitment to disclose these metrics on a quarterly basis...


FxPro announces partial stop-out policy on cTrader forex platform

Forex brokerage FxPro will alter as of 17 October, 2016 its stop-out policy for the cTrader trading platform and will start closing trader positions that fall under the minimum margin requirement only partially, instead of completely...

FxPro UK has tripled both its revenues and trading volumes

According to FxPro annual accounts filed yesterday with the UK Companies House, the broker has tripled both its revenues and trading volumes in 2015. The total revenue of FxProfor the previous year was nearly £2 million, shows the accounts report, while in 2014 the company registered a net loss of £63 537...

FxPro Reveals Execution Data for Q2 2016

Online broker FxPro today announces key execution statistics registered during the months of April, May and June 2016. During a particularly volatile second quarter, slippage percentages reached the following levels...

  


Share: