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Economic Calendar

The economic calendar is the record of the time and date of an economic–event such as monetary policies decisions and national or regional economic indicators release that generates a market variation.

The assets prices are constantly fluctuating or moving up and down. The market is a reflection of the political, social, and economic environment. Traders can review this calendar to analyze the time and date when any change happened and identify the surrounding factors that lead to it. It is possible to recognize a pattern and be able to anticipate the possible market movement when any of these economic events happen.

The national government, financial international organization, and private financial companies or corporations are the responsible for releasing the economic indicators that affect global and local markets.

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