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Forex Expo attracts huge response


Visitors throng the mega event in Dubai on Thursday.

Sajjad Ahmad, Deputy Business Editor

The world’s largest Forex trading event Forex Expo Dubai opened on Wednesday in Dubai World Trade Centre with the participation of over 120 global and regional companies and attracted more than 10000 visitors.

The two-day event from October,19 to 20, introduced 80+ speakers and industry experts who delivered valuable knowledge related to the forex industry.

Today, investors typically attend trade shows to evaluate and invest in companies. All under one roof has inevitably become the most trending option for all forex traders. The primary goal of this event is to make the process easier for both investors and Forex industry entrepreneurs.

Farah Mourad, Senior Market Analyst of XTB MENA, “We are so glad to be here at the forex expo, meeting old and new faces, the conversation we are hearing and the right questions being asked by investors shows how deep the interest in trading and inversement have matured in the region. We as XTB have over 15 years of experience, We are one is one of the largest stock exchange- listed FX & CFD brokers in the world, offering more than 1900 instruments from Forex, Cryptocurrencies, indices, commodities, and stocks CFDs.”

She added,” With XTB in the MENA region we are looking to provide local investors a trustworthy, experienced global financial institution with a solid and successful track record from numerous regulated markets. XTB is a perfect match for local investors - being a trusted company regulated by Dubai Financial Services Authority ‚DFSA’ and offering high level of investment possibilities.”

She concluded, “we constantly improve our trading application in accordance with the latest trends and solutions. Our ambition is to make XTB app one of the most reliable and functional trading apps on the market. In almost two decades of activity in the financial markets, we have earned the trust of over 525,000 customers around the world.”

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