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FxPro Announces Q4 and Year-end Execution Statistics for 2016

FxPro is pleased to announce key execution statistics for the months of October, November and December, as well as year-end execution statistics for 2016, reaffirming its dedication to transparency and fair trading practices.

The results from Q4 show that over 25% of orders were executed with positive slippage, despite increased volatility due to major market events throughout the quarter. Additionally, over 50% of orders were filled at quote, a significant increase over Q3. Slippage percentages for the quarter were as follows:

Positive = 25.24%
At Quote = 51.32%
Negative = 23.44%

Re-quote percentages for Q4 were as follows:

Re-quotes = 4.30%
Positive = 2.32%
Negative = 1.98%

The year-end execution statistics once again highlight FxPro’s commitment to slippage symmetry and the importance we place on ensuring the quality of trade execution we offer to our clients. Slippage percentages for 2016 reached the following levels:

Positive = 37.43%
At Quote = 39.11%
Negative = 23.46%

Re-quote percentages for 2016 were as follows:

Re-quotes = 5.19%
Positive = 2.44%
Negative = 2.75%

2016 proved to be a challenging year for the financial markets. However, FxPro remained committed to providing its clients with the best possible trading environment, even in the most volatile conditions, while simultaneously upgrading our trading technology to maintain our high quality of order execution.

FxPro CEO, Charalambos Psimolophitis, commented:

“Our year-end statistics for 2016 testify to the quality and reliability of our order execution technology. Our aim has always been to provide our clients with flawless service and it is pleasing to see that we were able to maintain promising figures and consistency in slippage symmetry, despite the significant increase in market volatility experienced throughout the year.”

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Wednesday, 05 Jul, 2017 / 11:17

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