Asia keener to adopt mobile FX trading – BidFX

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On the move: BidFX Mobile Trader is a supplementary product to the BidFX desktop EMS

Foreign exchange traders in Asia are keener to adopt mobile trading, while traders worldwide are beginning to tap into round-the-clock trading, says fintech firm BidFX.

The execution-management system (EMS) provider launched its mobile application, BidFX Mobile Trader, in November 2019, and is set to release an updated version this month. BidFX Mobile Trader serves as a supplementary product to the BidFX desktop EMS.

“The app offers a level of mobility that is not possible with a desktop EMS

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