Forex Reaction to GDP

When someone mentions Macroeconomics, they are automatically talking about the big picture of the economy. Macroeconomics is concerned with the large-scale view of an economy and there are usually four main factors that make up this subject: GDP, Inflation , Unemployment, and Interest Rates. In most cases, changes in these factors could drive the Forex market in one way or another. Among the most important economic indicators that capture the whole economy’s behavior is GDP.
GDP is the accumulation of the economic output that represents where the economy stands in the business cycle. With increasing GDP readings, the economy is witnessing an expansion; hence, the currency appreciates. While decreasing GDP readings signal that the economy is deteriorating and witnessing recessionary periods; hence, the currency depreciates.
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