Forex Economic Indicators

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Informative articles about the key economic indicators that move the currency prices: Gross domestic product (GDP), Interest Rates, Inflation Rates, Unemployment rates, Government Debt to GDP, Balance of Trade, Current Account to GDP and Credit Rating.

Why is the Interest Rate Important in the Forex Market?

The factor that has the greatest influence on the Forex foreign exchange market is the changes in interest rates made by any of the...

Tips for Trading During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Anytime a global crisis happens, investors tend to panic and start selling. Although it might seem like a bad idea to invest when things...

Does a Recession Have an Impact on Forex?

Times change, politics change, economics change, and how do deal with those changes means everything. This phenomenon is not related directly to forex trading...

What Moves the Forex Markets?

Analyzing the Forex Market

Let’s Understand The ‘Current Account’ Economic Indicator

Current Account vs. Capital Account

What you should know about Government Debt to GDP

What is the Government Debt to GDP?

Forex Fundamental Indicator – What you need to know about the...

There are several components that make up fundamental analysis, but one of the most influential indicators is The Gross Domestic Product and the GDP growth rate. GDP is a well-known metric of economics and is one of the most important components when doing your fundamental analysis due diligence of a currency pair.

Fundamental Analysis – A Brief Introduction

Most traders just focus and use technical analysis (TA) to make trade decisions, but they forget that trading is connected with value. The perceived value of an asset is what makes the market move up and down. And the perception of that value by the market is directly related to the fundamental information available.