Forex Fundamental analysis

Fundamental analysis is a way of looking at the market by analyzing economic and political forces, social, and other external events, and factors that may affect currency prices right now and might happen in the future. Financial and economic statistics, information about the economic course of the government, meetings and the interest rates of Central banks, possible political events in the country, as well as all kinds of expectations and rumours are the most important things in fundamental analysis.

All these events shape supply and demand that determine prices, or in our case, the currency exchange rate. Fundamental analysis can show you how and why some events like an increase in the unemployment rate affect the economy and monetary policy of the country, which ultimately affect the level of demand for its currency.

The main idea behind fundamental analysis is that if a country’s economic outlook is favourable, its currency should strengthen.

The fundamental approach allows analyzing both short- and long-term perspectives.


The Aussie got under pressure. Overview for 04.10.2022

After having a positive Monday, AUDUSD is back to falling.

The Yen is weakening at intervals. Overview for 04.10.2022

USDJPY is trying to keep its positive momentum, but the bulls are very cautious.

EURUSD has reached stability. Overview for 03.10.2022

EURUSD is stable entering the fourth quarter.

EURUSD recovered. Overview for 30.09.2022

EURUSD effectively rebounded from the local bottom, but its future movement is rather questionable.

The Euro rebounded from the low. Overview for 29.09.2022

EURUSD “touched” its 20-year low and got back.

The Pound is having tough times. Overview for 29.09.2022

GBPUSD keeps trying to reach stability, but domestic news hurts its chances.

EURUSD: another bottom is here. Overview for 28.09.2022

EURUSD is updating its 20-year low with graceful ease.

The Pound is correcting. Overview for 27.09.2022

GBPUSD moved away from its multi-year lows, but the future upward movement of the asset remains to be seen.