More NewsMore Than 350 Customers Now Signed For Trading On FXall

More Than 350 Customers Now Signed For Trading On FXall

More than 350 customers are now signed for trading on Fxall, according to the online trading portal. In the month of September, 44 customers joined FXall – making it a record month for client take-up. Today’s announcement follows the publication of Forbes Magazine’s ‘Best of the Web’ edition for fall 2002. In a survey of 20 different industries, Forbes selects FXall as one of the most promising B2B companies among trading platforms.

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