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Japanese trading volumes on the regulated binary options market which is overseen by the Financial Futures Association of Japan (FFAJ) continue consolidating. While the regulator has provided a lot of protection to the end clients of Japanese brokers, its rigid regulations have also affected the popularity of binary options in the country.
While in the beginning of the binary options industry in Japan a number of brokerages have been benefitting from massive volumes, the regulatory environment has stifled growth. In March the trading volumes across regulated brokerages dropped 22 per cent, while the number of active accounts dropped to the lowest ... (read more)