We have integrated FXBriefs.com as News Provider on FXstreet.com. FXBriefs.com is the latest collaboration of Jamie Coleman and Gerry Davies, the driving forces which built ForexLive.com.
We are very excited to announce the names of the winners of the FXstreet.com’s Forex Best Awards 2013. Congratulations to everyone!
Watch the videos with the winner’s reactions
Italian citizens are are returning to the polls this weekend. We published a special report on the topic.
A small reminder of what happened:
In November 2011, Silvio Berlusconi is forced to resign from the Presidency of the Council. A few days later, Monti and his technocratic government are appointed by Italian president Giorgio Napolitano. Roughly one year later, in December 2012, MPs in the People of Freedom boycott the confidence vote of Monti’s government and abstain during the 2012 budget vote in the Chamber of Deputites. This leads to the dissolution of the Italian parliament. In accordance to the Italian constitution, elections must be held within a 70-day period, which is this weekend.
Did you know FXstreet.com has a mobile version of its website?
We have added a “Mobile” section on our “About” site where we give you the links to navigate part of our content from your smart or mobile phone.
The mobile version of FXstreet.com gives you access to three fundamental tools that keep you updated with the market movements:
- Latest Forex News: 24/5 news about the main movements in the Foreign exchange market, up to 90 pieces of news per day.
- Real-time Economic Calendar: Follow economic events such as Non-Farm Payrolls and employment figures, Central Banks Decisions, Interest Rates, CPI, GDP and many more) that affect the currencies you trade in the Forex Market. Watch a video tutorial of our calendar
- Currency Pairs: This tool permits you to follow and analyze the main crosses’ fluctuations with charts and technical studies.
You’ll find the Mobile Section in the left menu of this site!
Start enjoying FXstreet.com anytime from anywhere… Get mobile!
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We’re pretty proud to share with you that FXstreet.com has been for several weeks in a row the #1 on Forex on Seeking Alpha.
We have improved our Brokers Listing service to make it as relevant as possible to the users. We want everyone to see the information that is useful to them.
To achieve this, for each location from where you connect to our website, we are only showing the Forex brokers that are able to operate there, both in our Homepage and in the Comparative Brokers Table. Little by little, we’ll be adapting the broker’s offices information to the one closest to the users.
An article which summarizes each trading session, mainly from a fundamental point of view, but also highlighting important technical aspects.
Published daily at 06:30 GMT (Asian Session Recap), 15:00 GMT ( European Session Recap) and 21:00 GMT (US Session Recap).
Where? In our LATEST FOREX NEWS FEED
As we explained in our first post in this blog, this “About us” site is a new house under construction, and we will continue building flats and floors!
Today we have included a page about all the social media channels where FXstreet.com in English is available: Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, LinkedIn, RSS, Flickr, Google+ or the Forex Network… we are everywhere all the time!
Ah, the trend in trading… a trendy topic!
The Trend is your friend… Breakout Trading Strategies… What to do when a trend ends?… Trade with or against the trend…
If, as a trader, you have never heard these expressions, you are whether a new born trader or you haven’t been reading much about trading!
So yes… a lot to talk about when referring to Trend Trading. So much that we decided to take one day off to discuss this topic in several webinars with experienced traders to see how they trade the trend… and you can maybe pick some good advice or strategies!
Good news for all our multilingual readers! Our Forex rates and charts are now available in 17 languages!
Besides the English website, FXstreet exists in 16 other languages. Up to date, all the Rates and Charts were in English in all those websites… but this has changed! Every website now has the vast majority of its rates and charts (80% of them) in their own languague. Much more useful and logical! You can now use these tools in your mother tongue or your favorite language!