Economic Calendar

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  • Canada

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    USA

    China

    Hong Kong

    Russia

    India

    Indonesia

    Singapore

    Japan

    Korea

    Denmark

    Iceland

    Hungary

    Austria

    Greece

    Germany

    Italy

    Norway

    Czech Republic

    Slovakia

    Belgium

    France

    poland

    Ireland

    Sweden

    Switzerland

    Romania

    Finland

    Britain

    Portugal

    Spain

    S.Africa

    Columbia

    Brazil

    New Zealand

    Chile

    EMU

    Australia

    Argentina

  • Holidays

    Economic Indicator

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FAQ

In addition to relying on technical analysis, fundamental analysis has an important impact on the exchange rate trend, and Mitrade's economic calendar will effectively help clients discover opportunities from the fundamentals.

For example, if you wish to trade USD/JPY, then you would want to watch for events and data of the US and Japan before placing a trade, and should only look at the data for the next two weeks to analyse your position opening strategy. You can use our economic calendar to select the relevant data and analyse it yourself.

Theoretically, price fluctuations should fully reflect all the valid information on the market. Unfortunately, for investors, that is not always the case. It is impossible for the market to simply and directly reflect all the information, because not all investors will place orders in the same manner. Sometimes we need to measure the market sentiment. Through various trading data and ratios of long and short positions provided by brokers and third-party market analysis organisation, we can effectively know whether the current market sentiment is bullish or bearish, which is very useful for analyzing trading trends.

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