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What is fundamental analysis?

Fundamental analysis in the forex market analysis which involves the study of the economic situation of countries to trade currencies more effectively is a kind of.

How big economic and political events that influence the currency market is. The figures and important statements made in the speeches of politicians and economists major impact on currency market movements, as it is known among traders economic announcements. In particular, the economy and US policies are ads primary monitor.


What is economic calendar?

Economic calendar where various statistics and economics economists, according to the prediction made by the values of the previous month. It includes the following information:

Date — Time — Currency — Data Released — Actual — Forecast — Previous

For example:

If the forecast is better than the previous figure, the stronger US dollar compared to other currencies generally being.

But because there is news, traders have examined the actual data.

For oil prices, rising costs in countries that have a lot of oil imports, for example, depend on the result of the weakening of the US currency, Japan.

Whose speeches to keep an eye on?

Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of USA, Secretary of the Treasury, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and so on. Speeches of those prominent people are watched closely by traders.

What are the most powerful figures that move Forex market?

Interest rate

Traditionally, if a country raises its interest rates, its currency will strengthen because investors will shift their assets to that country to gain higher returns.

Employment situation

Decreases in the payroll employment are considered as signs of a weak economic activity that could eventually lead to lower interest rates, which has negative impact on the currency.

Trade balance, budget and treasury budget

A country that has a significant Trade Balance deficit will generally have a weak currency as there will be continuous commercial selling of its currency.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

GDP is reported quarterly and is followed very closely as it is a primary indicator of the strength of economic activity.

A high GDP figure is usually followed by expectations of higher interest rates, which is mostly positive for the currency.

Less powerful economic indicators are:

Retail sales

It is the first real indicator of the strength of consumer expenditure.

 Durable goods

Rising Durable Goods Orders are normally associated with stronger economic activity and can therefore lead to higher short-term interest rates, which is usually supportive for a currency.




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02 Jun 2014 5:37 pm Posted by tamilforex