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Japan’s Invast Securities reported on Friday an its operating revenue amounted to JPY 272 million in December 2016, posting a decline of 17.8% from a month earlier and 3.2% over the year.
Excluding November, which was a rather strong month for the broker, the broker’s monthly operating revenue in H2 was below JPY 300 million threshold (with the exception of July when it was slightly over that amount).
The broker’s total deposited margin stood at JPY 70.8 billion in December, hitting the highest monthly value for the year. The figure is 2.3% higher than the reported for November. Compared to the same month in 2015, however, the figure represents a slight decline of 0.6%.
Following are more detailed about the broker’s monthly metrics for 2016 (in JPY millions):
Invast Securities, based in Tokyo, consists of a group of companies regulated by the Japanese Financial Services Agency (JSFA) and the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). The company offers trading in forex and contracts for difference (CFDs).