I'm delighted to announce here today the launching of the Portuguese version of FXstreet.com
The language offering of FXstreet.com now includes English, Spanish, Chinese Simplified, Japanese, Arabic, Russian, French, Italian, Indonesian, German and Portuguese.
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As I already announced here, we launched a few days ago the Beginners Corner, a place built for all the newbies in the Forex Market and on FXstreet.com. With this page, we hope beginners traders won't get lost in this world.
Besides the pre-recorded ABC videos and a list of recommended to-dos, the BC includes…Continue
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Barça won 0-2 vs. Madrid in the first leg of European Champions League Semi-final yesterday night in Madrid.
As always, Madrid's coach cried cried and cried blaming the referee and everyone of their defeat but himself.
There still is a second leg to play and Madrid has an extraordinary team that can beat any team in the world, but…Continue
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To celebrate the second anniversary of Forex Magnates, Michael Greenberg is releasing what it probably become the key report for knowing who is who in the Retail Forex Industry.
I've had the opportunity to read it already and I recommend it to everyone interested in knowing this industry in detail.
A read publication for any participant of the Retail Forex industry.
Well done Michael!
Added by Francesc Riverola on April 27, 2011 at 8:11am — No Comments
Just a few days after Deutsche Bank announcing that they are withdrawing from Retail Forex and Citi makes a move to consolidate to fill in the vacancy and become the major "sole" interbank broker in the retail industry, with the permission of Barclays that has not make any significant move since its launching yet.
The announcement of Citi expanding into new markets is then a logical step, taken first to make sure that everyone gets that they are here to be an important actor and…Continue
After a few months of languishing as a consequence of a mix of tighter regulation, economic difficulties and market consolidation, it seems that the US market is once again gaining steam as we can see from comparing our traffic stats from April 1st to 25th vs. same period last year.
The US market grew an outstanding 26 percent from 249k visits to 314k, while Australia showed the most spectacular growth to post an unprecedent 50 percent growth from…Continue
Added by Francesc Riverola on April 26, 2011 at 11:38am — No Comments
If it had not been for the huge earthquake in Japan, followed by a devastating tsunami and culminated by the nuclear disaster of Fuckushima, I would be now a happy man after breaking for the first time ever the 10 million page views mark... but the truth is that I'm not.
Apologies also for the delay in publishing the numbers for March, but I was not really interested in them as I knew Japan's tragedy had had a big impact in…Continue
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If you have visited Forexstreet.net home you have already probably noticed this announcement:
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Sergio Ramos... He is known for his lack of.... well you can imagine it with his last one.. just read:
After beating Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final, Real Madrid players partied on the streets of the Spanish capital on an open-top bus and players took it in turns to show-off the trophy. But the excitement got the better of defender Sergio Ramos. As he balanced the giant piece of silverware on his head, he lost his grip and accidentally dropped the cup beneath the…Continue
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busy day today...
Got started with this: Deutsche Bank Sells Forex Retail Division dbFX to Gain Capital
And now TradeStation acquisition by Monex Group.. What's next?
Is this our homework for the Easter break?
TradeStation to be acquired by…
Added by Francesc Riverola on April 21, 2011 at 5:04pm — No Comments
A couple of months ago I was told by an industry member that some dbFX people in the US were looking for a job as they were about to be acquired. My believe back then was that dbFX would probably sell US operations and withdraw from the US as others have done in the last few months due new regulation requirements, but to surprise to me dbFX has sold the whole thing to Gain Capital.
The move raises questions about what many of us believed - among them myself -…Continue
Added by Francesc Riverola on April 21, 2011 at 4:28pm — No Comments
As you know I'm a BIG FC Barcelona fan but I must recognize that Madrid played very well yesterday in King's Cup final and they deserved to win as much as Barça.
Congratulations to the winner... but next week in Champions things will be different :)
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