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Competitive Forex Pricing

To ensure our prices reflect the larger forex market, we compare FOREX.com’s pricing on our most popular currency pairs to that of an independent third party FX rate feed.

Hover over any available data interval to compare the midpoint or use the drop downs to select a different interval or to view another currency pair.


FOREX.com vs. GTIS

  Midpoint Comparison


FOREX.com
GTIS

Interactive Data Corporation GTIS, aggregates the best bid/offer quote from over 150 global contributors in the U.S., Europe, and Asia Pacific, including many of the world's leading banks.

Prices represent the midpoint between the best bid & best offer from GTIS and FOREX.com’s standard pricing.


Data is shown on a 15-minute delay. Prices shown do not represent actual dealable prices; please view our pricing page for more information on our spreads. FOREX.com's normal trading hours are from 5:00pm ET Sunday through 5:00pm ET on Friday. Pricing outside of those hours, as well as at the open at the trading week (5:00pm ET Sunday), may vary based on available market liquidity.

Spreads will vary based on market conditions, including volatility, available liquidity, and other factors. Typical spreads may not be available for Managed Accounts and accounts referred by an Introducing Broker.

FOREX.com cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of third party data.

FOREX.com has long standing trading relationships with over a dozen top tier global banks, as well as access to multiple other liquidity venues. Combined these 20+ relationships help to ensure our ability to offer deep liquidity and low spreads in all market conditions.

We use a proprietary pricing engine to electronically aggregate real-time prices from our liquidity sources and identify the best available bid and offer. This highly automated process enables us to update our prices, on average three times per second per currency pair, helping to ensure that our prices always accurately reflect current levels in the global forex market.