DXtrade platform adds FXStreet economic calendar for brokers

The newly added Economic Calendar allows traders to keep up-to-date on all economic data releases from within the platform.

Global software provider for the capital markets industry Devexperts has integrated the DXtrade SaaS trading platform with the Economic Calendar by FXStreet, a leading information and resources provider for forex traders.

DXtrade is an off-the-shelf trading platform for established and amateur FX/CFD brokers worldwide. In DXtrade, the Economic Calendar is provided by FXStreet to allow traders to track events of their choice. The Calendar provides indicators that help traders anticipate which economic data releases will impact market volatility most, while also displaying additional useful information for each data release.

The FXStreet Economic Calendar powers traders who rely on fundamental analysis alone, as well as those who combine it with technical analysis in their decisions when entering the market. Due to the advanced capabilities of the DXtrade platform, the Calendar can be viewed individually or it can added to the same screen as other trading platform components such as a traders charts, watchlists or positions.

“The aim of FXStreet is to keep traders informed, so they can make the best decision when placing trades in the markets. We firmly believe that with this new partnership with DXtrade, we will be able to expand our reach and help even more traders with a trustworthy partner who shares our values about the FX market”, – commented Setxi Fernández, CEO at FXStreet.

“As part of our ongoing commitment to deliver a best-in-class platform for brokers and their clients, we have added the FXStreet Economic Calendar to the DXtrade platform. FXStreet has long been recognised as the market standard for FX news providers and we are glad to have them on our platform” commented Conor O’Driscoll, VP of OTC Platform at Devexperts.

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