cTrader Now Delivers the Latest News in your Native Language!

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Spotware Systems is once again leading the fintech way, adding a large package of languages, available in the cTrader “News” tab.

In its desire to reach international audiences, cTrader has partnered with FXStreet – a leading independent newsfeed and economic calendar provider that brings you the latest market news in your preferred language, delivering a multilingual and robust finance “News” feed for cTrader users.

Given the importance of minimizing time and stress with an effortless and smooth UI, cTrader has extended its language availability on the platform’s “News” section, incorporating nine (9) new languages. With FXStreet’s ultra-complete newsfeed and economic calendar, there is no longer a need to spend time identifying, translating and understanding news.

“News” is now readable in English (English), Spanish (ES), Russian (RU), Arabic (AR), Indonesian (ID), Turkish (TR), German (DE), Chinese (zh-CN), Vietnamese (VI), and Thai (TH). This is available on all devices – cTrader Desktop, Web, and Mobile Apps.

The “News” feed can be translated by choosing your preferred language from one of the ten (10) languages mentioned above. This new feature has been developed to allow for a more confident and straightforward UX, as well as for assistance in optimizing the decision-making process and risk management for all end-users.

A vast array of financial information allows users to keep up to date with the latest trends, price movements, industries, and companies. From monetary policy alterations to economic data points and price movement breakdowns, cTrader offers global event coverage encompassing Forex CFDs, equities, bonds, ETFs, Energies, Commodities, Futures, and more.

Spotware’s Head of Product, Alexander Strelnikov, adds, “There are a lot of English terms that users do not easily comprehend, particularly when it comes to finance-related terminology. The update was created to facilitate the operations of non-English speakers in the markets. As new languages are added, users will be able to absorb information from economic news faster, easier, and more efficiently, allowing them to make better trading decisions.”

Please feel free to discuss the new additions and ask any follow-up questions via the cTrader Community Board, cTrader Official Telegram channel, or Facebook Group.

About Spotware – cTrader

cTrader, a premium trading platform offered by leading brokers and trusted by millions of traders worldwide, is the flagship product of Spotware, an award-winning financial technology provider specializing in complete business solutions and complex custom development projects. cTrader is a one-of-a-kind platform that doesn’t engage in trader fraud and prides itself on 100% transparency while providing brokers with a complete solution that raises their brand value by putting them in a category of brokers that can be trusted while simultaneously catering to the needs of all their traders. From complete beginners to professionals, the cTrader Suite offers numerous trading modes – cTrader Trade, cTrader Copy, cTrader Automate, and features available on the Web, Desktop, and Mobile devices. Spotware has been raising the standards of the online trading industry since 2010, providing constant innovation ever since. Founded on the values of transparency and the TradersFirst™ approach, the company develops products responsive to the changing demands of the business and regulatory landscape while serving the long-term interests of all market participants.

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