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What's All The Fuss About Forex Economic Calendar?

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An economic calendar refers to the scheduled dates of significant news releases or events that may affect the movement of currency exchange rates and the financial market as a whole.

These events often have a significant impact on financial markets and currency volatility.

An economic calendar allows traders to know what is going to happen when.

The forex market is most affected by monetary and fiscal policy announcements.

Traders use the economic calendar to plan trades and to be aware of any event risks that may affect any of their open trade positions.

What is the Economic Calendar?

One of the most important tools of a forex trader is an economic calendar for any currencies they intend to take positions in.

A global economic calendar will typically list all of the relevant events coming up on each trading day for each currency, their priorities in terms of their potential market impact, their release times, the market consensus, and what the previous result was.

Once the data is released, that should also show up quickly on the calendar.

Economic calendars usually focus on the scheduled releases of economic reports for a given country.

Examples of events that are listed on an economic calendar include GDP data, employment reports, central bank announcements, consumer sentiment surveys, and hundreds of other types of events.

The majority of the events listed fall into one of two categories:

  • Reports on past financial or economic events.
  • Projections of future financial or economic events.

Traders rely on the economic calendar to give them information and to provide trading opportunities.

Traders often time moving into or out of positions to correspond either with an announcement of some event or with the heavy trading volume that often precedes a scheduled announcement.

Following the economic calendar can be especially beneficial for a trader who wants to trade the news.

If news traders can guess correctly on the outcome of the news release, they can open the position immediately before the scheduled news and then close it within hours of the news.

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On 2/17/2022 at 8:49 AM, uncle gober said:

The selection of the existing broker must be able to be considered carefully, this is done so that traders can be more leverage in getting maximum trading security and comfort like what I got from Tickmill.

We will need to learn about making the correct use of the Economic Calendar in doing our trades into the markets.

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