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I did see that thread in my search before I posted, however that seems to be more about traders to follow. I'm interested specifically in news feeds (e.g. ap, reuters, bloomberg) or news feeds for traders
Of course, if you follow all those people, you will probably be going long and short at the same time
Anyway, for pure news, I just follow the usual suspects: Reuters, CNBC, Bloomberg, WSJ, Financial Times, MarketWatch all tweet financial news and especially breaking news. For FX news, I go with DailyFX, FXStreet, and ForexLive.
I like to have a mix of the news and my favorite traders in one feed (all in one place). Twitter has free app called TweetDeck. Just download and configure it on your desktop in one corner next to your charts and you will be covered. It shows tweets instantaneously as they are made.
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