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    good calendar and also nice forum for strategies

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    Hey sheriforex great page you've posted here this ************ has given me a lot of information. hard work someone must be doing to put that together.

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    Hey, really useful page, Thanks for sharing this info with us!

    I am defenately using it to my advantage!

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    I saw it and it looks really great. thanks for sharing

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    here is another calendar. and although it doesn't have all the info it has some pretty nice info.

    http://fxfisherman.net/forexcalendar/#

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    another great site which provides links to other popular forex sites is

    http://www.forexontop.com/

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    what a nice sites thanks all

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    FF is a good website for news calendar. but also check bloomberg's at this link:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/ecalendar/index.html

    sometimes, the forecast/consensus is different between FF and bloomberg. if that happen, i use bloomberg's

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    I have been to ************ but I cannot figure out what it means when it says eg expected eg 47.5 .... 47.5 what? and wat does it mean when it says a percentage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahanidhi View Post
    I have been to ************ but I cannot figure out what it means when it says eg expected eg 47.5 .... 47.5 what? and wat does it mean when it says a percentage?
    Welcome to the club.
    I also dont understand.
    Could someone please enlighten us?
    Admins ? maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahanidhi View Post
    I have been to ************ but I cannot figure out what it means when it says eg expected eg 47.5 .... 47.5 what? and wat does it mean when it says a percentage?
    It depends on the news report being released.

    For example,

    Today, Italian Trade Balance is expected to be -0.88B. If you click the little folder icon to the right of the entry in the FF calendar it explains what the figure means.

    Measures the difference in value between imported and exported goods and services. A positive Trade Balance indicates that more goods and services were exported than imported over a given period. A rising trend has a positive effect on the nation's currency. When higher levels of exports are sold to the world, demand for the nation's currency is elevated as foreigners convert their native currency to purchase the exports. The Trade Balance also has a sizable impact on GDP because high demand for exports creates increased employment and production, as domestic factories work to fill this demand.
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    Ok now Its seems more clear although I could do with a more elaborate explanation.
    I wont bother you though. I'll ask my friend. He's been on forex over a 6months now.

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    how nice.exactly what i have been looking for.

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    News calendar for economic US only.

    www.dailyfx.com/calendar/briefing/

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