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Brief: Gain upgrades FX trading platform

08 August 2001  |  1302 views  |  0 Brief: Gain upgrades FX trading platform

Gain Capital has released an improved version of its Internet-based dealing software, promising enhanced order capabilities, a redesigned user interface and better performance to support increased trade volume and fast load times.

"The latest release incorporates many user requests and internal development initiatives from our trading desk and management team," explains Mark Galant, Gain’s CEO and founder.

Founded in October 1999, Gain began live trading in May 2000 and offers institutional and individual investors Web-based access to 24-hour, commission-free Forex trading at Interbank spreads.

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