Forex Fundamental analysis

Fundamental analysis is a method of evaluating what is happening on the market right now and might happen in the future on the basis of external events and factors. For the currency market, such factors are news, economic and financial statistics, meetings of global Central banks, and speeches delivered by their representatives. Fundamental approach allows to analyze both short- and long-term perspectives.

16.07.2014

Euro falls due to Yellen’s speech and external background

Yesterday the head of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen upset the markets - the weak business confidence statistics from the ZEW in Germany and the euro area failed to do this, but the comments from Yellen "drowned" the Eurocurrency.
15.07.2014

The pound is staying strong

Today’s strengthening of the GBP/USD pair perhaps overlaps the pessimism of the last four sessions.
15.07.2014

In anticipation of higher rates. Fundamental analysis for 15.07.2014

Monday did not bring anything good for the euro zone – the economic expectations index calculated by ZEW, updated the yearly lows.
15.07.2014

The Yen weakens for the third consecutive session

The currency of the country of the rising sun continues to retreat and weakens for the third trading day in a row.
14.07.2014

Weak statistics do not bother the euro

The EUR/USD managed to gain a foothold before noon on Monday, without waiting for the publication of statistics on industrial production in the euro area in May.
14.07.2014

Troubling signals from the European industry. Fundamental analysis for 14.07.2014

Following the negative statistics on industrial production in individual euro-zone countries, the pan-European statistics collapsed - May data sank by 1.1%, while last month’s figure was revised in the negative direction from 0.8% to 0.7%.
10.07.2014

The Eurozone is "in a bold red". Fundamental analysis for 10.07.2014

In recent weeks, a kind of trend has formed - European statistics come out with much worse than expected values.
10.07.2014

The EUR/USD finds reasons for action

The euro/dollar once again finds reasons to gradually climb higher with an empty macroeconomic calendar and a peaceful external background. Trading volumes in the instrument are still below the average level, but the fact remains that this week the euro/dollar has strengthened.