Barcelona, September 19th 2018 – FXStreet announces that it has hired Joseph Trevisani as Senior Analyst. Joseph Trevisani joins the currency information website FXStreet to provide commentary and analysis for the global financial markets. Continue reading Joseph Trevisani joins FXStreet as Senior Analyst to bolster its US coverage
Today we are delighted to interview one of our international team members who make possible to cover the markets 24/7: Mário Blaščák, FXStreet’s News Chief Editor. On this interview, we get to know a bit more of Mario’s life as a journalist but also his true passion for music. As Blaščák would say… “welcome to the dark side of heavy metal!”.
On February 25th, five of our team members joined the Magic Line, a 40km fundraising walk that took place in Barcelona.
It was organized by the Children’s Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, one of the most important medical hospitals dedicated to childhood and adolescence.
Today we are excited to interview one of our team members from the IT department: Luis, one of FXStreet’s software developers since 2015. On this interview, he explains to us why he moved from Cuba to Barcelona and what he would love to do for a living if he wasn’t one of our IT guys.
Luis at work
How does a day in the life of an IT member at FXStreet look?
Interesting, every day we learn new things and although it can be a bit monotonous keep looking at the computer the whole day, we try to tell some jokes so we don’t end up talking to the screen.
We are headquartered in Barcelona but FXStreet wouldn’t be the same without its international co-workers. And that’s why today we want to present you Alberto Muñoz, FXStreet’s Spanish Forum Manager. On this interview, he explains to us how is for him working from home in Madrid and how hard is the life of a forum moderator. What is more, and it might surprise you, discover what was one of his first jobs before landing in the financial world.
Alberto at work
First of all, how does a day in the life of the Spanish Forum Manager at FXStreet look?
Well it’s like a… roller coaster! 😀 Seriously speaking, there are days when there’s low activity and days when a lot of users decide to ask questions about Forex or some of them decide to start a quarrel for any insignificant reason and you have to intervene and ban a user. At the end, that means that you’re 24/7 watching the forum to avoid any conflict and help users.
Today we want to present you one of our most veteran members: Vicky, who is in charge of the Spanish web area and Webinars. On this interview, she explains to us how it has been her journey on FXStreet and how traveling and cinema play an important role in her free time.
Vicky at work
First of all, how does a day in the life of the Spanish and Premium Manager at FXStreet look?
When I arrive at the office, the first thing that I do is to update the Spanish site with news, reports and I decide the featured content… After this, I check my email and I answer to our contributors, experts and users. I manage my time between the Spanish site (all morning, usually) and Premium in the afternoon. Continue reading Meet Vicky, FXStreet’s Spanish and Webinars Manager
This month, it’s time to “take off” from the office in Barcelona to land in Marbella (Malaga) to learn a little bit more about Pablo, who is part of the 30 co-workers that FXStreet has around the world. He is one of the News editors in the Content department who likes a really wide variety of different genres of music and spending time with his little daughter. By reading this interview, you’ll discover his secret opinion on his colleagues (and boss) but also if he really enjoys his job at FXStreet. Furthermore, he will recommend us some movies, tv-shows, and books, as well as some of his favorite musicians. Don’t miss out to know more about Pablo!
First of all, can you tell us a bit more about your job as a Content Editor at FXStreet from your point of view? Hello! I work mainly as an Editor in the English News department, basically covering the FX space as well as other economic developments around the globe. I also collaborate with the project ‘Currency in Play’ and I usually write a daily report on the performance of the EUR/USD pair, what’s on in the calendar, our future prediction, all of it at the Spanish section of FXStreet. Continue reading Meet Pablo, Content Editor at FXStreet
Yesterday the city of Barcelona faced a tragic evening: a van was driven into pedestrians in La Rambla, the very centre of our city, next to FXStreet’s headquarters.
Our team is all safe and sound. But we are not gonna lie, we are shaken by this tragedy. We were direct witnesses of the pain and suffering, which we will not forget.
Today ladies and gentlemen, we are interviewing the interviewer: Alba the Community Manager of FXStreet. We are going to be able to take a deeper look into her dreams, passions and the improvement that she has made working with Excel. What is more, we’ll discover something about her that might surprise us and also, we’ll look into more detail on her multi tasking job at the office.
Alba at work
First of all, how does a day in the life of the Community Manager at FXStreet look?
I wake up at 5:20 AM, quite British I know, because I live in Blanes, a sea town that is one hour and a half by train. I like to have breakfast, and especially drinking a big cup of coffee, and that’s why I prefer to wake up early to have time enough to take the train. When I arrive at the office I check my emails and I start working on my marketing duties, such as reports and leads, because I’m Marketing Assistant as well.
We are headquartered in Barcelona, but our site wouldn’t be the same without its 30 international co-workers that cover financial markets all around the world. And that’s why today we want to introduce you Desy, FXStreet’s Content Assistant. She explains to us how is for her working from Indonesia, her hobbies and shows us the most incredible beaches to visit in her country. Be aware because you might want to pack your things and move to Jakarta.
Desy at work
You are a Content Assistant but working remotely. Where are you located and how is a typical working day for you?
I’m located in Indonesia, South East Asia. Indonesia is an archipelago, we have 5 major islands, and soooo many medium/small ones. I live in Jawa (Java), one of the major islands. You must know Java (programming language and computing platform).