Financial Events

THE PROFESSIONAL TRADER IS A WELL-INFORMED TRADER

Market Insight coupled with appropriate action is what differentiates amateur from master trader. Closely monitoring the markets and studying any relevant financial information can help you form better, more efficient strategies that can take your trading to the next level.

Certain financial events have the power to strongly impact market movement and establish various trends. Knowing what each event is, how it can affect the markets and what trends you can anticipate is vitally important in formulating advanced trading plans.

Having that in mind, and always placing our traders first, we would like to bring the following major financial events to your attention which we highly recommend you keep an eye on. Click on an event to receive detailed, in-depth information about it.

The information below is not and shall not be considered as an investment advice.**

OPEC Meeting
OPEC Meeting
Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is a permanent intergovernmental organization of 15 oil-exporting developing nations that coordinates and unifies the petroleum policies of its Member Countries.
Federal Reserve Meeting
Federal Reserve Meeting
The Federal Reserve meets 8 times a year to decide on monetary policy in the US. The minutes of regularly scheduled meetings are released three weeks after the date of the policy decision.
European Central Bank Meeting
European Central Bank Meeting
The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank of the 19 countries which have adopted the euro. Meetings define and implement monetary policy for the euro area and carry out a number of other tasks, including banking supervision.
Bank of England Meeting
Bank of England Meeting
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is responsible for setting Bank Rate (Interest Rate). It chooses a rate that it thinks will enable meeting the inflation target. This rate is used to influence overall activity levels in the economy.
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