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The role of the interbank dealer is for the most parts transparent. To retail traders, the primary dealer is often separated by several layers of brokers and middlemen

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Currency forwards and futures are where traders agree the rate for exchanging two currencies at a given date in the future. This can for example be 1 month, 3 months, or 6 months ahead.

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Why does inflation matter to currency traders? It matters because inflation is a cost and a risk of holding a currency for any length of time.

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Control of money and interest rates is vital to the working of an economy and as such in most countries, the responsibility for managing them is given to a central bank. 

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Interest rates set the cost of borrowing and lending for a currency. They can also have a big impact on a country’s economy and...

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To understand why interest rates are so important to traders, we first have to be clear about what exactly we mean by interest rates....

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Test yourself on the basics of inflation with this short quiz.

Moving averages - crossover signals

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Moving averages are another widely used method. Moving averages are simply a smoothed (averaged) representation of the price history.

MACD - overbought and oversold signals

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The purpose of oscillators is to show when a market is either overbought or oversold. This suggest likely points of price reversal.

Elliott waves - basic idea

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The Elliott Wave for example, uses the idea that when the price is trending it usually does so in a series of predictable waves.