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Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware and FXStreet Announce New Global Partnership

New partnership will bring real-time news in multiple languages to global MetaTrader 4 clients

Boston – January 6, 2014 – Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware, a leading innovator in FX trading technology and provider of top-tier liquidity for institutional and retail brokerage firms, today announced it has teamed up with FXStreet to distribute FXStreet’s Forex News. The news feed will provide real-time coverage of the latest forex news to Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware’s MetaTrader 4 clients.

FXStreet’s team of journalists and forex experts created a forex news function to fill a gap in the marketplace for news related to currencies, indicators, central banks, stocks, gold and oil. Coverage includes significant movements of the most traded pairs, including majors, small dollars and major crosses. Forex News also features charting as an add-on to the news stories.  The news feed generates more than 100 stories every business day and is available in several languages, including English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, German, Indonesian, Spanish and Turkish.

“At Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware, we’re constantly reviewing partner solutions that will strengthen our portfolio and provide an immediate impact to our clients,” said Natallia Hunik, Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware. “We are confident that FXStreet’s multi-lingual news suite will resonate very strongly with our clients and add value to their respective businesses.”

The real-time news stream will be delivered to FX brokerages’ websites via an RSS channel or distributed via a built-in MetaTrader 4 module directly to MetaTrader 4 trading terminals.

"Our goal is to be the primary source of information for forex traders by providing accurate and immediate technical and fundamental information on how currencies are moving,” said Carolina May, CEO at FXStreet. “Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware is a recognized leader in the industry, and we know this partnership is a strategic step in the right direction for both companies.”

About Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware, Inc.

Boston Technologies Powered by Forexware is a world-leading innovator and provider of trading technology and software for institutional and retail brokerage firms trading in foreign exchange and other over-the-counter trading instruments. In 2014, Boston Technologies merged with Forexware, a software development company specializing in B2B trading applications and FX enterprise solutions to create a combined global leader in institutional trading technology. The firm’s comprehensive portfolio includes the Start Your Own Brokerage package for start-up trading entities, tier-one liquidity connector for institutional clients, risk management for money managers, and precious metals trading. The company is headquartered in Boston with offices in New York, London, Tokyo and Shanghai. For more information, please visit:

About FXStreet

FXStreet was founded in January 2000. As its distinctive trademark, the website has always been proud of its unyielding commitment to provide objective and unbiased information and to enable its users to make better and more confident decisions. On the website, the real-time quotes, news, newsletters and interactive chats with experts from all over the world are among the most well-received contents. FXStreet has managed to gain the collaboration of the entire Forex industry, from professional individuals and small companies right up to Forex Brokers and Investment Banks.

Tuesday, 13 Jan, 2015 / 1:31

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