Forex markets deal with foreign currencies. In foreign currencies, we mean currencies that are not your national currency. If you are an American, your USD is your currency. Any other currency than the US dollar is foreign currency.
Because countries are trading with one another, they pay money to each other or generally in an accepted currency. This currency trading continues day and night, throughout the day …
The value of the currency depends on many factors: economic stability, political stability, economic policy, market access, export and import, and many others.
Currencys vary from one currency to another. When you suddenly fluctuate between the exchange rates when you sit and try to find out what happened to him.
Currency or forex trading is a very intense and intellectually draining experience. Additional traders need to constantly upgrade their markets in the market or read a variety of reports from qualified economists or analysts who usually correctly predict how a country is targeted and what position they are. Currency or Forex trading currencies either on a daily basis or by accepting short or long positions based on data received from traders in that country.
This requires some explanation. Let's say that country "x" now has a dollar shortage because it imports large quantities of capital equipment or goods and services. This capital equipment will have a gestation period of six months. So, once this capital equipment is put into operation and starts exporting, obviously the country will get more money than it is now. you can place another country on a position that will give the other country dollar for a "one" price on a particular day of a given month. This is a short position. Increase the long position length. In the meantime, if the country that changed this position in politics or economics, this currency is the value of the benchmark, which is usually the USD. However, if a significant inflow arrives in a country, then the currency of that country has a lower value for the dollar. The ratio of "x" country to dollar was $ 35.50; the proportion of foreign investment and parking in dollars in this country, today the rate would be against $ 33.00. This is called appreciation of the country's currency. if the investment goes out, the dollar will obviously be stronger because the country's currency has to buy for one dollar.
In today's free market environment where most countries liberalize their economies, the forex market sets the value of individual currencies against other currencies, meaning that each country now allows its money to find its own value rather than the previously reserved government would be a constant value. Therefore, the foreign exchange market is much bigger today and deals with trillion-trillion dollars, to put it mildly.
Usually, currencies dominating the foreign exchange market are US dollar (USD), British pound (GBP), Japanese yen (JPY), Swiss franc (SFR), European Union (EURO), Australian dollar (AUSD) and Canadian Dollar (CAN). The words in parentheses show symbols used in the forex market. Currencies that are not in the currencies basket are usually forced to spend their money in one of the above and have been put at a disadvantage because they buy twice or two and sell them twice.
In the past few days, when the communication options were not as good as now, there was a time shift between the exchange rates as half of the world is sleeping every day, while others are working at that time. In today's world, excellent communications (as opposed to the past) and the use of the Internet and the availability of specialized software, currencies or forex tables work 24 hours a day throughout the year, making it easier and better to market, convert, buy and sell, at all times. In a sense, this is good, as competition is always online, buyer or seller can get good business.
Convergence with stock exchanges is an area of reporting. Stock markets are driven by the results of quoted companies. For FX markets, reports from different sources on the way they are managed, long-term forecasts, delays in implementing projects, government deficits, inflation rates, etc. This can be repeated in this article because it is repeated. He is aware of stock exchanges, but not the forex market, so it is a repetition.