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Old 04-06-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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Hello. At this moment I've got an account in Mirus Futures and trade using Zen-Fire as trading engine. As far as a know, Zen-fire will stops support LIFFE and Matif soon.
Does Ninja supports other trade engines and brokers? Where can see list?

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Hello. At this moment I've got an account in Mirus Futures and trade using Zen-Fire as trading engine. As far as a know, Zen-fire will stops support LIFFE and Matif soon.
Does Ninja supports other trade engines and brokers? Where can see list?

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