FXStreet Adds Thai & Vietnamese Languages to Newsfeed Catalogue

Vietnamese and Thai are the latest additions to FXStreet's catalogue, which currently includes 16 other languages.

FXStreet has announced an expansion of their B2B offering into the South Asian market with the addition of Thai and Vietnamese language news to their catalogue of newsfeeds.

The news feeds are available for integration via API and through html web integration. The catalogue currently includes 16 other languages, such as English, Spanish, Indonesian, German, Turkish, Russian, Arabic and Traditional and Simplified Chinese languages in its newsfeed service.

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The launch reportedly follows a large number of requests for news in these languages from the company’s clients and partners as retail Forex activity has continued to grow in Southeast Asia. FXStreet says that it sees “great potential growth” in the region in the coming years.

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”It Was a Long Time Coming, So We Are Really Excited about This Launch.”

Still the company says that the launch took longer than expected: Sergi López, FXStreet’s chief marketing officer, commented that “it was a long time coming so we are really excited about this launch.”

Lopez explained that “it took quite a bit for us to be able to launch, because we had to create and train the teams in these countries in order to be able to offer the quality standards in our services we are known for over the last 20 years.”

Sergi López, FXStreet’s chief marketing officer,

The company, founded in 2000, says that the new newsfeeds offer “a technical radiography of the most traded currency pairs and the market’s latest movements,” along with expert analysis and banking forecasts that can be used to inform trading decisions.

Per the announcement, the products “also include news on stocks and commodities, as well as some of the most important economic indicators in the market, such as Central Banks interest rate decisions or the Non-Farm Payrolls.”

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