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.

12.06.2014

The New Zealand dollar grew sharply

The decision of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to raise interest rates was positively received by investors, the regulator gave promising signals.
11.06.2014

An additional trump up the ECB’s sleeve. Fundamental analysis for 11.06.2014

The Eurodollar’s unhurried decline continues, and because no important macroeconomic news have been published, the market continues to win back the easing policy of the ECB.
10.06.2014

Euro - without the right to rise. Fundamental analysis for 10.06.2014

The Eurodollar resumed its decline – most likely, the beginning of the struggle with low inflation from the ECB and the sufficiently strong report on the U.S. labour market finally inspired the bears go into "new exploits".
10.06.2014

The Australian dollar strives to strengthen

The AUD/USD pair is traded upward, having received support in the form of morning statistics and positive investor sentiment.
10.06.2014

The euro/dollar is falling again

On Tuesday the main currency pair is once again under pressure, and for now the euro has no reason for recovery.
09.06.2014

The Japanese Yen sees no prospects

On Monday the USD/JPY pair traded in a slightly declining range, although reactions to a strong report on Japan's GDP could be more pronounced.
09.06.2014

The euro/dollar is trying to strengthen

This Monday morning the main currency pair is trying to grow in a quiet market, using a tranquil background as a prop.
06.06.2014

The paradox of Draghi. Fundamental analysis for 06.06.2014

The ECB decided to take the unprecedented step and lowered the deposit rate to a negative level of -0.10%.