The Forex market is dominated by India and Indonesia, with Australia and New Zealand leading the pack.
In a new study by market research firm ABOK, it was found that in 2017, only six of the world´s 10 biggest forex pairs have their shares traded on the ASX, compared to 20 of the top 20.
ABOK has compiled the data, with analysts citing it as an indicator that the forex market remains highly competitive.
The study also found that there was a slight decline in the percentage of ASX-listed forex stocks traded on ASX.
The number of forex major pairings dropped from 18 in 2017 to 15 in 2018.
Forex markets are becoming more expensive, but the decline is still very small.
This is because the ASD-listed Forex Markets are trading on a different basis from the ASB-listed ones.
This means that the price of a Forex major is going down, as well.
The Forextraday index has dropped from 1,000 to 500 since 2017, as a result of which, there is a clear decline in its share price.
The last major pair to see its share value rise was ING (0.75%), and in 2018 it saw its share rise from 0.70 to 1.03.
In 2018, the last major to see a drop in its price was the S&P 500 (0% drop).