Exness Posts 7.6% Rise in September Trading Volume - TopAsiaFX

025, Oct 2021

Worldwide forex and CFDs dealer, Exness, has revealed its key trading measurements for September, showing a trading volume bounce for one more month. As indicated by the specialist's figures, the complete trading volume for last month came in at $947 billion, which is 7.6 percent higher than the earlier month.

This is the second-most elevated month-to-month trading volume announced by the agent after it topped in July. 

Year-over-year, the trading volume on the brokerage platform bounced by in excess of 58%. With the proceeded with assembly, Exness is ready to name itself as one of a little select gathering of retail expedites taking care of month-to-month trading exercises worth more than $1 trillion. 

Settled in Cyprus, Exness offers trading administrations across the globe with a few regulatory licenses. However Europe remains its essential market, it is intensely zeroing in on a portion of the arising Asian business sectors. Furthermore, the specialist got a South African FSCA permit recently. 

The Number of Active Clients Is Rising 

The most recent figures of the dealer uncovered that it finished last month with 231,952 dynamic brokers, a lot higher than the earlier month's figures of 224,544. 

With the higher trading volume, customer withdrawals on the specialist expanded. It announced $470.3 million in customer withdrawals in the last quarter between July and September. In the two past sequential quarters, this figure was at $430.4 million and $404.7 million, individually. 

Moreover, Exness is centered around fortifying its image and administration with the expansion in retail trading interest. Recently, it turned into an individual from the Financial Commission that will give store security of up to €20,000 to each Exness customer. 

In the interim, the merchant reinforced its authority group by the new onboarding of Ahmed Badr as MEA outreach group lead, Wael Makarem as the senior market tactician for the MENA area, and Marko Jagustin as the Head of liquidity arrangements.

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