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Market fluctuations are an artificial phenomenon.
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Biedrs kopš Mar 10, 2020  3 ieraksti Marcus71076 Mar 17 at 08:51
I want to open a new topic in which everyone can Express their personal assumptions about fluctuations in the exchange market, and in the rest of the world.


Biedrs kopš Mar 10, 2020  4 ieraksti Viktor3638267 Mar 17 at 08:58
I agree with you, dear, there are moments in my memory when the market seemed to die, and then there was its revival with a new force and new opportunities for all its participants.smiley


Biedrs kopš Mar 10, 2020  4 ieraksti Viktor3638267 Mar 17 at 09:00
I will add that your theory about the artificial origin of jumps seems to me to be true.


Biedrs kopš Mar 09, 2020  2 ieraksti Nicolya7565 Mar 17 at 09:06
Good afternoon, everyone is concerned about what is happening in the world. If you follow the news about the fashion industry, it becomes clear why there were these fluctuations of the market .I don't think it's possible for someone to do this artificially.


Biedrs kopš Mar 06, 2020  4 ieraksti Ralf4654747 Mar 17 at 10:00
And unless something can happen by itself? Of course, someone is involved in everything that happens in the market and in the world.


Biedrs kopš Mar 06, 2020  8 ieraksti Karl (karl7465) Mar 17 at 10:54
These market fluctuations are part of the market. The fact is that the market periodically makes its failures or ups. I call it market breath.


Biedrs kopš Mar 06, 2020  6 ieraksti Genrih45465 Mar 17 at 11:23
Experts have warned that as a result of the collapse of the deal and the price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia, the volume of production may exceed market demand on a scale never seen before.
The situation in the markets is complicated by the developing coronavirus epidemic in different countries , which puts national economies at risk.


Biedrs kopš Mar 05, 2020  3 ieraksti Moritz735367 Mar 17 at 12:38
As far as I understand, this was partially due to falling oil prices. This served as an impetus to the collapse of the market.


Biedrs kopš Oct 24, 2017  4 ieraksti FatStack Mar 17 at 13:10
You can gauge market volume by looking at traded volume under community outlook tab. I've been collecting data for 2 years about that. When i started traded volume was around 150 K lots. In 21. feb. this year it reached it max with 2 mil lots and then it started to drop. Traders were closing positions. Right now its been 3 weeks since that maximum and the volume is 680 K.
Take a look at EUR/USD and USD/JPY on 21.feb when volume started to drop.

Put in the reps!

Biedrs kopš Feb 11, 2020  14 ieraksti Johannes (Johannes33865) Mar 20 at 09:21
World markets in recent days have shown an extremely high incidence of coronaviruses and severe restrictions on the prevalence of infection.

The amplitude of fluctuations in stock markets is at record highs. The American 'fear index' (VIX) on Monday managed to update the highs in history. That is, this was not observed even in 2008. In just a couple of months, global stock markets lost a quarter of capitalization (according to MSCI ACWI).

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EURUSD 1.19683 GBPUSD 1.33271
USDJPY 104.367 USDCAD 1.29741







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