What effects FX rates?
Forex prices are influenced by a multitude of different factors, from international trade or investment flows to economic or political conditions. This is what makes trading forex so interesting and exciting. High market liquidity means that prices can change rapidly in response to news and short-term events, creating multiple trading opportunities for retail forex traders.
Some of the key factors that influence forex prices are:
Political and economic stability
Natural disasters (earthquakes, tsunamis etc
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