London, United Kingdom, June 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- With the aim of aiding traders remain up-to-date with the latest developments in forex trading, Forex-RateIt.com has added the Forex News section to its already exhaustive site. This new addition will help traders by offering them comprehensive information about the current market scenario, thus aiding them in making sound decisions.
Forex news is crucial to both novices and old hands in the field. The forex market is highly volatile and prone to sudden changes. A trader’s ignorance about the current state of affairs might entail heavy losses. To avoid ungainly circumstances and to help traders take informed decisions, Forex-RateIt.com offers the latest news about global highs and lows.
Forex News is listed with Google as a news provider, thus adding to its credibility. With the aid of Google, this website disseminates news to millions of users who subscribe to Google news feeds. This is because any news that is updated on the Forex Rate It! website gets reflected on the Google forex news section.
Since Forex-RateIt.com is a global trading platform, dealing in currency differences, it is vital to offer information in different languages. To this end, Forex News is available in 24 different languages, making Forex Rate It! a truly global site, catering to the needs of a worldwide audience. Also, for the convenience of traders dependent on this website, Forex-RateIt.com also offers news on commodities such as oil, gold, metals and CFDs.
About ForexRateIt.com: Forex Rate It! is an endeavor to create a platform for new and experienced traders to make informed decisions in the highly volatile, yet lucrative, forex market. It offers comprehensive reviews of online forex brokers to help new traders and those seeking to replace old brokers choose the online trading platform that best suits them. It also seeks to spread forex knowledge and be a meeting point for traders to share their opinions and experiences. ForexRateIt.com targets western European and the Scandinavian countries, apart from Canada, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Australia, Turkey, Russia and Greece.