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08/09/2008Fxdd Launches Mtxtreme For Experienced Forex Traders

NEW YORK, September 8, 2008 - FXDD, a New York-based foreign exchange broker, today announced the launch of MTXtreme, a trading platform that connects top of the book pricing with the industry-leading MetaTrader platform. It provides high-volume forex traders with the best bid/offer pricing available and often spreads of one pip or less on the majors.

"MTXtreme introduces a product that the Metatrader community has requested for some time now," said Tom O’Reilly, Senior Vice President of sales at FXDD. "The platform combines the powerful integration of top-tier pricing with the functionality and familiarity of MetaTrader, and gives these customers a new tool to make better trading decisions."

The MTXtreme platform is commission-based and allows clients to utilize their MetaTrader Expert Advisor algorithmic trading scripts. The system runs on a dedicated MT4 Cluster and uses the same technology that has proven so successful with FXDD’s retail platform. Clients can sign-up for a free demo account or open a live account with a minimum deposit of $10,000. The account leverage is 200:1.

25/07/2008Fxdd Donates $25,000 To The China Earthquake Relief Effort

NEW YORK, NY, June 25, 2008 – FXDD, a global leader in online foreign currency exchange, today announced it made a $25,000 donation to the Consulate of People’s Republic of China in New York for relief programs related to the earthquake disaster in China on May 12, 2008. Vice Consul, Ms. Chai Yuhai, accepted the donation on behalf of the Consulate.

“Our donation to the Chinese Consulate will help assist people affected by the earthquake in China last month. This is a token of FXDD’s great concern and sympathy for the people of China during this difficult time,” said Tom O’Reilly, FXDD’s SVP of Sales.

The 2008 Sichuan earthquake killed nearly 70,000 people and left about 4.8 million people homeless. It is the deadliest and strongest earthquake to hit China since the 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

FXDD Donates $25,000

02/06/2008Fxdd Announces Mit Cycling Wins Nationals!
FXDD Announces MIT Cycling Wins Nationals! FXDD MIT Racing Team

NEW YORK, June 2, 2008 The MIT Cycling Team presented by FXDD won the 2008 Division II national road racing championships after a weekend of exceptional performances by its men’s and women’s teams in Fort Collins, CO. At the USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships, held May 9-11, MIT Cycling seized an early lead in the opening team time trial and built their advantage all weekend long to take a surprise victory.

The women’s team scored first with a superb win in Friday’s team time trial. Martha Buckley, Yuri Matsumoto, Zuzka Trnovcova and Sonya Cates powered through a flat and windy course, covering 25 kilometers in 29 minutes and 51 seconds to take the win by 8 seconds over their closest rivals. Later that day, the men’s team of Jason Sears, Eric Edlund, Seth Behrends and Issao Fujiwara beat a host of strong competitors to finish 4th in the men’s TTT in 25 minutes and 10 seconds.

MIT’s women added to their laurels over Saturday’s 51-mile road race course, which featured a combination of flat terrain exposed to the wind and difficult power climbs. Buckley finished a strong 3rd, Matsumoto came in 10th and Cates took 19th. In the men’s race, Edlund took 13th in the field sprint while Fujiwara came in 57th.

With these strong finishes, the Engineers were still ahead coming into Sunday’s flat, fast, and technical criterium race, and once again MIT’s women turned in great performances. Matsumoto unleashed her devastating sprint, which had earned her the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Division II women’s championship only two weeks before, to finish 6th. Buckley came in two spots behind in 8th and Cates finished only a few seconds behind the day’s race leaders, in 27th. In the 75-minute men’s race, Sears sprinted to an outstanding 4th, beating his own 7th place from last year’s nationals criterium. A veteran of many collegiate cycling championships on road and track, Sears made sure he was part of the day’s key breakaway group that finished ahead of the main field. Edlund, Fujiwara and Behrends all finished in the main pack, taking 43rd, 49th and 54th, respectively.

When all the points were tallied, MIT had ended its stunning weekend with 395 points, beating Dartmouth’s 364 points to take first place among Division II schools across the country. Individually Buckley finished 4th, Matsumoto 8th, and Cates 25th in the women’s omnium, while Edlund came in 22nd among the men’s racers.

The MIT Cycling Team is presented by FXDD, a leading online retail foreign exchange firm. FXDD is a subsidiary of Compagnie Financière Tradition, the third largest interdealer broker worldwide, servicing 7,000 institutional clients since 1959.

18/04/20082008 Road Racing Season Mid-season Update

NEW YORK, April 18, 2008 - With another 3 weeks of racing ahead, MIT is currently in 3rd place overall in the Division II standings. As the races move closer to Boston and racers are coming into the peak of their fitness, MIT is looking to defend its title as ECCC Division II Champion.

MIT Racing sponsered by FXDDThe Season Opener in Rutgers saw a strong showing from MIT, with over 20 racers traveling to New Jersey to compete in the weekend’s 3 races. Many of the weekend’s racers were racing for MIT for their first time; some racing a bicycle for the first time. The team’s first victory came during the season’s first race; veteran rider Issao Fujiwara powered through the season prologue, a short 3 mile individual time trial, to place 1st in the men’s C category. Tony Sagneri, a first time racer in the men’s D field, placed 5th in the individual time trial and sprinted into 3rd in the criterium after leading the field for nearly the entire race. Yuri Matsumoto opened the season strongly for MIT’s women’s teams, claiming vic¬tory in the sprints in both the criterium and circuit race in the women’s B field.

So far in the 2008 road season, the MIT Cycling team has accumulated 13 victories, team members have made the podium (top 3) on 23 occasions, and in total, the team has racked up 89 spots in the top 10.

More than 10 team members started racing this year, and 3 of them won a race in their first weekend ever racing a bicycle.

MIT Racing sponsered by FXDDThe season’s second race weekend took MIT Cycling to Philadelphia to compete not only against other ECCC teams, but also against schools in the Atlantic Colle¬giate Cycling Conference (ACCC). Despite the cold and rainy weather, Guo-Liang Chew stayed in the pack during Saturday’s men’s C criterium and sprinted into an impressive 6th place finish. In the women’s A race, Martha Buckley and Matsumoto, who had just upgraded from women’s B category, chased an early break away to finish in 5th and 6th place, well ahead of the main field. Along with the individual events, the Philly race weekend marked the return of MIT’s strongest event, the team time trial. The women’s A team placed 2nd overall, and the men’s teams all finished strong, taking 1st in the C category, 3rd in both A and D categories and 7th in the B category.

The Columbia criterium and Princeton circuit race brought the team to New York and New Jersey for the third week of racing. Good weather and the races’ central location brought lots of racers from all over the Northeast, making this a fast paced weekend. Sagneri and Tim Humpton took 4th and 6th in the men’s C category criterium, while Matsumoto took 4th in the women’s A circuit race and Jason Sears took 6th in the men’s A circuit race. Hannah Brice, a new member of the team, entered her first race, racing both days in the women’s introductory category. She took an early lead and stayed away from the pack for a solo victory in the Columbia criterium and broke away with one lap to go for another solo victory at the Princeton circuit race.

Another cold weekend was in store for the team as it brought a full complement of racers to Penn State. Tight corners led Humpton to practice his off-road bike han¬dling skills shortly before the finish of his men’s C road race. Despite his small detour off the course, he kept control of his bike and chased back to finish 6th overall. MIT’s women riders decided to leave the pack behind. Matsumoto got into an early three person break in the women’s A field and stayed with it for a 3rd place over¬all finish, and Trnovcova broke away with three other women in the B field and sprinted for a 3rd place finish. The following day featured a criterium and the season’s second individual time trial. MIT took five top 10 fin¬ishes in the criterium, and Seth Behrends claimed 4th in the men’s B time trial.

MIT Racing sponsered by FXDDArmy weekend, the only weekend featuring 4 races, showed that the team is truly starting to come into form. MIT claimed 1st in both the women’s A and men’s A team time trials. The TTT was followed up by a hilly road race which saw new MIT rider Lindsey Holland take 2nd place in the women’s introductory category. The second day of racing started with Army’s traditional 4.5-mile uphill individual time trial on the Westpoint campus. MIT’s women swept the time trial. Trnovcova, a natural climber, devastated the women’s B field, taking 1st place by nearly a full minute. Buckley and Matsu¬moto rounded out the women’s teams’ domination of the event claiming 1st and 2nd at the top of the hill by more than 30 seconds. Matsumoto and Buckley took 4th and 6th in the women’s A criterium, and Trnovcova claimed 5th in women’s B, while Holland claimed her first victory in the women’s introductory category.

The next race in the ECCC circuit is MIT’s home race, the Boston Beanpot Cycling Classic. The team is brin¬ing over 30 racers to the event as it gathers momentum for UVM and the ECCC Championship at Dartmouth.

The MIT Cycling Team is presented by FXDD, a leading online retail foreign exchange firm. FXDD is a subsidiary of Compagnie Financiere Tradition, the third largest interdealer broker worldwide, servicing 7,000 in¬stitutional clients since 1959.

08/01/2008Amendments To Fxdd Customer Agreement, Risk Disclosure Statement And Trading Rules And Regulations.
NEW YORK, (January 8, 2008) - FXDD has added transactions in gold and silver to its transaction offerings and has amended its Customer Agreement to include these transactions. Section 3 has been amended to read: “Wherever the term(s) “Currencies,” “Foreign Exchange,” “Foreign Currencies,” or “Foreign Currency” are used in this Customer Agreement, Risk Disclosure Statement and/or Trading Rules and Regulations or any annexes or exhibits the terms include transactions in the change in price of OTC non-deliverable precious metals on a Spot Settlement Basis as they are commonly dealt in the International Interbank Market.”