FXStreet has designed different white-label and customizable products for Forex-related companies. Here below is a list of our available products, but don’t hesitate to contact us if you have particular requests or need any tailored Forex content.
FXStreet's Economic Calendar can become a part of your site. You can choose between our Basic Calendar and our Pro Calendar.
The Basic Calendar is intended for small organizations and individuals who want fully updated and high-quality economic data on their websites.
FXStreet's News Feeds can be integrated to your site or trading platforms. You can apply for a trial to our free RSS feed or alternatively, purchase our premium News API in order to fully integrate our professional news to any website or application.
The RSS news feed (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to integrate it easily to any news reader or RSS-ready app.
With the Pro News API you can get the full potential of our news with advanced features such as tag filtering, full integration to any app and a large amount of news in different languages.
In our news feed, you can find a wide coverage, from forex, commodities, equities, bonds, fundamentals, central banks, geopolitics, economic indicators - including flash calendar headlines -, emerging markets, bank research, currency forecasts, inter-market, option expiries and more. The number of published news per day averages 220-250. On top of that, our algorithm news allow this volume to increase by another 20-30/day and our API returns JSON/XML/RSS data via HTTP/HTTPS requests to be able to connect it to whatever website, application or trading platform you may need.
Interest Rates Widget
FXStreet's Interest Rates Widget can be integrated to your site, application or platform and is updated and maintained by our dedicated team experts to reflect the current interest rates of the main countries around the world, set by their respective Central Banks. Rates typically reflect the health of individual economies, as in a perfect scenario, Central Banks tend to rise rates when the economy is growing and therefore instigate inflation.
Rate cuts on the other hand, are a way to stimulate a struggling economy. The table includes actual rates, latest policy changes and the date of upcoming meetings/decisions, for the major ones.
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