New rules regarding Forex orders

Adamus

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Looks like US-only bureaucracy - although I'd be interested to know who the National Futures Association are and what they do, and why do they have jurisdiction over forex orders, and whose orders are they talking about anyway?
 

arabianights

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But what is everyonerich supposed to do now!?!?!?
 

tar

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So are you still allowed to hedge in brokers like Alpari and FXPro? And in SB companies like Captial Spreads and Futures Bettings?
Yes if they offer this facility , for example CapitalSpreads doesnt allow headging , any opposite order will offset any previous order .