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What is Fundamental Analysis
Fundamental analysis aims to validate the effect of various fundamental and macroeconomic developments to on currency trading. Fundamentals include macroeconomic factors such is inflation, interest rates, unemployment, GDP etc.
These are some important Fundamental Indicators..
What is GDP (Gross Domestic Product)
GDP measures the change of the national income in an economy. GDP incorporates the values of all products and services that were produced during a particular period (usually 3-month or 1-year).
What is GNP (Gross National Product)
GNP includes GDP plus income gained from investment and overseas work.
What is Inflation
Inflation is measuring changes in the level of prices. Inflation is often called as the hidden tax in a economy as it reduces the purchasing power of consumers. High inflation is bad news for the economy, the stock market and the domestic currency rate. Inflation is measured in a monthly basis.
What is Personal Spending Indicator
Personal spending indicator measures the changes of individual spending in an economy. When personal spending is increased high growth and high inflation are the outcome and vice versa.
What is Unemployment (%)
Unemployment is a macro-economic indicator which measures the level of the unemployed population in percentage to the total population who is able to work.
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