Macroeconomic indicators

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Macroeconomic indicators

Hello, dear traders!

We know that the exchange rate is formed from the supply and demand, and the supply and demand affects a number of fundamental data.

Novice traders attending the economic calendar, do not understand the set of indicators and how they affect the market. They commit the transaction, sometimes based solely on technical analysis, which leads to disastrous results. Fundamental and technical analysis have to work shoulder to shoulder on the trader, confirm each other, rather than to refute.

Your heed provide a list of indicators of the state of the economy: economic indicators, indicators of employment, inflation rates, balance of payments components.

Since at this time the US economy is the strongest in the main indicators considered by the example of the US, but in principle they are common to all countries.

49 US macroeconomic indicators.
18 UK macroeconomic indicators.
10 Japan's macroeconomic indicators.
Since the German economy is considered to be the engine of Europe, here we were given figures of this country.
13 macroeconomic indicators in Germany.

Description of the macroeconomic indicators is as follows:
1) The very description of the indicator.
2) Which days of the month and at what time is published.
3) What is the effect on the market.

Additional information

As an example, I published a figure from the list:

=> Nonfarm payrolls <=
The number of new jobs created in non-agricultural sectors of the economy in the past month.
Payroll - is payroll for issuing salary workers. This is a very strong indicator showing the change in the level of employment in the country. The growth of this indicator characterizes employment growth and leads to an increase in the dollar. It is called "indicator that moves markets." There is a rule of thumb that an increase in its value by 200 000 per month is equivalent to an increase in GDP by 3.0%. Published usually the first Friday of each month at 08:30 EST (New York Time Zone: UTC-5, summer UTC-4).


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