FxWirePro News Feed

11 August, 2017

FxWirePro News Feed

Dear clients!                                  

We are glad to announce that the FxWirePro news feed — a leading information and analytics provider on FOREX and cryptocurrency markets - has become available for all FIBO Group clients. The news feed is integrated in the MetaTrader 4 trading platform for all clients with live accounts that are opened in FIBO Group, Ltd.

Best regards, FIBO Group, Ltd.


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