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Fundamental analysis is one of the most complicated and at the same time critical methods of the Forex analysis. A special emphasis in this method is put on reports made by key persons of global economic arena. One of such persons is Mario Drahgi – the European Central Bank President.

Forex Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis in Forex allows to analyze various messages rendered by global events. The major goal of the fundamental Forex analysis is to determine which events can influence international exchange rates. News about stock trading and large market‐makers, international exchange rates of central banks, economic policy of governments, changes in national political life as well as various rumors and expectations matter for this type of Forex analysis.

Fundamental analysis is one of the most complicated and at the same time crucial types of the live Forex analysis. Success of the Forex fundamental analysis lays in determination of a clear mutual relation between two national currencies. For that purpose, one needs to understand how relations between those two states develop, know history of currency exchange rates, be able to forecast a total result and find a relation between events seeming to be completely untied at the first sight.

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Event to watch out for today: 17:00 GMT+3. USD - Existing Home Sales EURUSD: EUR/USD fluctuated just below 1.0900 on Monday as the new trading week started on a rather weak note. There will be little meaningful data in the first half of the trading week, so traders will have to be on the lookout fo

Event to watch out for today: 17:00 GMT+3. USD - Existing Home Sales GBPUSD: GBP/USD moved sideways on Monday, fluctuating just above 1.2900 as markets took a breather after last week's surge in USD trading. Price is moving towards the intraday technical level near 1.2925 as markets prepare for a f

Event to watch out for today: 17:00 GMT+3. USD - Existing Home Sales USDJPY: The Japanese Yen (JPY) continues to rise for the second consecutive session on Tuesday, which could be due to increased risk aversion. Traders are evaluating next week's Bank of Japan (BoJ) interest rate decision, where an

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