|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
LONDON, August 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The Alpari group of companies have announced trading volumes in excess of $177 billion for 1-31 July 2014.
In the UK, revenue was driven by Alpari UK's cashback promotion. This provided traders the opportunity to earn up to $250 cashback when they traded with a Market account.
Hannah Hill, Global Head of Marketing commented: "Traditionally summer can be a quiet time for trading, with a perceived lack of market volatility. We wanted to change this perception with an integrated marketing campaign that highlighted opportunities in the marketplace. We are very pleased with the campaign's performance and traders can expect to see similar initiatives from us in the future."
The promotion follows the successful launch of Alpari UK's new education centre. Here traders will find dedicated forex courses covering the basics of trading through to advanced technical analysis. Traders can choose how they want to develop with each course delivered through instructional videos, how-to guides and expert-led webinars.
Alpari (UK) Limited is an independent entity within the association of Alpari companies ("Alpari"). Alpari serves global clients from offices in over 20 countries. Our locations include London, New York, Tokyo, Shanghai (Representative Office), Dubai, Moscow, Mumbai and Frankfurt.
Alpari has a number of high-profile sponsorships, including the Alpari World Match Racing Tour (title sponsor) and West Ham United FC (principal sponsor).
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