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What influences forex interest rate decisions?

TTSMarkets (tts_markets)
Jul 29 2020 at 08:33
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A number of factors influence interest-rate decisions. It can generally depend on one central bank to another. Central banks usually have mandates. The mission can be to preserve price stability or to guarantee low unemployment.

For example, the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank has a dual mandate to maintain inflation and jobs. Recently, New Zealand’s Reserve Bank also began a dual mandate.

Therefore, depending on the central bank, variables may change.

Generally, a central bank begins determining the inflation rate it wants to target as well as the unemployment rate. Then it can continue affecting interest rates.

With low rates, the central bank encourages economic borrowing. This increases job creation and demand. As demand rises, you can see this demonstrated by increasing GDP, lower unemployment.

When GDP and unemployment rate are on target, that gradually raises inflation. Higher inflation arises as investors buy more commodities. Higher demand leads to higher prices.

To combat inflation, the central bank must raise interest rates. In addition, lower demand for commodities pushing down inflation. By doing so (higher interest rates and lower interest rates), the central bank can maintain or attain inflation and unemployment rates

Dorofeev
Jul 30 2020 at 16:04
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I like the way you explain it. You've really managed to unravel the answer to the question. In fact, there's so much information around us right now that it can be hard to find the right and the accurate one. That's why I love this forum so much. It's a place where people can explain in their own words the hardest things in a way that you can understand them)

Tremblay
Jul 03 2021 at 16:42
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Dorofeev posted:
I like the way you explain it. You've really managed to unravel the answer to the question. In fact, there's so much information around us right now that it can be hard to find the right and the accurate one. That's why I love this forum so much. It's a place where people can explain in their own words the hardest things in a way that you can understand them)

Yes, you are right.

LyudmilLukanov
Jul 08 2021 at 13:08
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Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

SofieAndreasen
Aug 07 2021 at 16:41
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US Federal Reserve is one of them which influences forex interest rate decisions.

Duranh
Nov 16 2021 at 08:18
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Interest rates determine global money movement into and out of a country; thus, currencies rely on them. Interest rate adjustments by any of the eight global central banks impact the foreign currency market. These shifts are an indirect reaction to other economic indicators monitored during the month, and they can affect the market quickly and dramatically.
Major pronouncements often influence interest rate movements by central bank officials. However, in reaction to economic indicators, they are frequently overlooked.
Whenever a board of directors from one of the eight central banks speaks publicly, it usually gives insight into the bank’s inflation outlook.

shortant
Nov 23 2021 at 04:35
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Different countries have different interest rates, which in turn affect the exchange rate between currencies over time. This is because interest rates affect the demand for currencies, which in turn affects their value. Easier access to loans means more people are likely to borrow money to spend, which should cause the value of a currency to rise.

Seb King (sebking1986)
Nov 24 2021 at 11:27
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ONly country at the moment doing anything with their rates is NZ! You would think the others will follow soon

If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
skihav
Nov 24 2021 at 14:20
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desire to earn. this is what often solves many important questions for the trader.

SteveHanks
Nov 26 2021 at 18:52
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tts_markets posted:
A number of factors influence interest-rate decisions. It can generally depend on one central bank to another. Central banks usually have mandates. The mission can be to preserve price stability or to guarantee low unemployment.

For example, the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank has a dual mandate to maintain inflation and jobs. Recently, New Zealand’s Reserve Bank also began a dual mandate.

Therefore, depending on the central bank, variables may change.

Generally, a central bank begins determining the inflation rate it wants to target as well as the unemployment rate. Then it can continue affecting interest rates.

With low rates, the central bank encourages economic borrowing. This increases job creation and demand. As demand rises, you can see this demonstrated by increasing GDP, lower unemployment.

When GDP and unemployment rate are on target, that gradually raises inflation. Higher inflation arises as investors buy more commodities. Higher demand leads to higher prices.

To combat inflation, the central bank must raise interest rates. In addition, lower demand for commodities pushing down inflation. By doing so (higher interest rates and lower interest rates), the central bank can maintain or attain inflation and unemployment rates

Very informative post. thank you for the post.

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