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No foreign exchange trader can ignore the importance of news to foreign exchange markets volatility. Geopolitical developments, peace or conflict situations, financial and economic data releases such as macroeconomic figures, and natural disasters all can have a significant impact on forex markets. The highly dynamic, foreign exchange markets need to keep tracking news developments.

Pay close attention to the timing and importance of this news impact, or you will find that this news is already " yesterday news."

22 November, 2019

6785, down 0.0017 or -0.25%. The main trend is down according to the daily swing chart. A trade through .6770 will signal a resumption of the downtrend. The Forex pair is in no position to change the main trend to up. However, given the prolonged move down in terms of price and time, it may be ripe for a closing price reversal bottom.
The Financial Times
The couple’s struggle is just one case in what analysts describe as a deepening mis-selling scandal, where small businesses trying to hedge forex exposures find that those arrangements leave them nursing big losses. Many are urging the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, to take a stronger stance, noting a sharp rise in companies ...
Seeking Alpha
The Hong Kong dollar has not depreciated. The protests have become more violent and the police tougher. The economy is suffering because of the protests. As a precautionary measure, investors could buy Swiss francs or US dollars with their Hong Kong dollars and wait until the situation in Hong Kong stabilizes. The situation in Hong Kong has ...
Reuters on
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danske Bank’s (DANSKE.CO) global head of foreign exchange business Niklas Karlsson said on Thursday he had been laid off as part of a broader exercise to cut costs at the bank.
"The bills approved by the U.S. Congress regarding Hong Kong further antagonize the relationship, revealing the confrontation between the U.S. and China transcends the Trump Administration," said Marc Chandler, chief market strategist at Bannockburn Global Forex. The pound struggled to break through the $1.30-mark yet again on Thursday ...
Here is what you need to know on Friday, November 22: US-Sino Relations: The US navy has carried out operations in the South China Sea, angering the world's second-largest economy. Relations remain tense even though President Donald Trump refrained from signing Congress' Hong-Kong bill into law. Earlier, the Chinese media reported that the US ...
India Times
Pune: A person robbed the delivery boy of a foreign exchange firm in Camp of US$ 7,500 (approximately Rs5.38 lakh) in Kalyaninagar on Wednesday evening after placing an order for forex over the phone. The caller had asked the firm to send its cash delivery boy to an apartment in Kalyaninagar in Yerawada around 6.30pm. When the delivery boy ...
With over $5 billion traded daily, the forex market is by far the largest and most liquid market in the world. With these high trading volumes comes the need to maintain fairness and ethical practices. So who polices this 24-hour market? Read on to find out how the Australian forex market is regulated. Who regulates forex in Australia?
Bangkok Post
Five Chinese forex brokers have been arrested at their rented office in Phuket. After the police were informed that a group of Chinese was doing suspicious business, they raided the house and found the five Chinese were trading in the Chinese yuan and US dollar, acting as brokers. They told investigators they entered the country with a travel ...
A witness in a case dealing with similar forex manipulation allegations being heard in a New York court provided graphic details about the manipulation of trading in emerging-market currencies — and the rand in particular.

How to interpret data

We should only focus on high impact news that has the potential to generate big Forex moves, and it is key for you to know which data is important like:

  • Interest rate decision
  • Retail sales
  • Inflation (consumer price or producer price)
  • Unemployment
  • Industrial production
  • Business sentiment surveys
  • Consumer confidence surveys
  • Trade balance
  • Manufacturing sector surveys

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