FXCM Volume Decline on YoY

FXCM Volume Decline on YoY
FXCM Volume Decline on YoY
FXCM Volume Decline on YoY Financial and Business News

FXCM

The figures are out for FXCM's trading volume, and it's showing a steadily decline. Victor Golovtchenko from Retail FX notes in Finance Magnates:

The firm’s clients netted $210 billion in volumes, a figure which was 12 percent lower when compared to February 2018 and 7 percent lower when compared to March 2017. The figures include the retail and institutional client metrics.

 Looking at the numbers 

March's trading accounts on FXCM are also down over 13,000 when compared to March 2017's numbers. With average volume decreases historically in the second quarter of the year, we can expect to see another drop in trading accounts. 

Read the source article at Financial and Business News

 


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