Foreign exchange broker

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Foreign exchange broker

Intermediaries in the foreign exchange market that do not put their own money at risk.

Foreign Exchange Broker

A broker who operates predominantly or exclusively in currency markets. That is, a foreign exchange broker fills orders to buy and sell currencies in exchange for a commission.
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The functions of the US foreign exchange market are carried out by a number of institutions: Commercial banks, central banks, foreign exchange dealers, retail foreign exchange brokers, commercial institutions, investment management firms, hedge fund institutions, multinational corporations or MNCs and retail foreign exchange traders.
Launched in 2008, EXNESS is today one of the world's largest retail Foreign Exchange brokers and has a culture of continuous improvement and development.
FasaPay offers fast, safe and reliable transaction services for online stores, foreign exchange brokers, donation systems, and other FasaPay affiliated online businesses.
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Daniel Wright, associate director at foreign exchange brokers currencies.
34 on 24 March, for the first time in ten and a half months, penalised by the possibility of the International Monetary Fund stepping in to curb the Greek crisis, seen as an admission of powerlessness by foreign exchange brokers.
The approval materialised after the Swiss government revised its decree on banks that affect foreign exchange brokers in April 2009.
The service is designed to help foreign exchange brokers, banks, trading platforms and FX portals serve their Arabic-speaking investment and trading clients.
Howard Selwyn, vice president of foreign exchange brokers Eurobrokers worked on the 84th floor of the World Trade Centre's south tower.
Two foreign exchange brokers in Japan announced Monday they have agreed to set up a joint company in September to handle their brokerage business and foreign currency lending in an effort to increase profitability.
one of the world's largest foreign exchange brokers, faced a dilemma when their traditional routers required an expensive Y2K compliance upgrade.
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