It is very important to follow and interpret the data that needs to be taken into account when performing basic analysis. In this intensive data flow, the table containing the expected and previously described information from different countries is called the economic calendar.
It is natural to have fluctuations in the related parity and/or commodity pricing in the markets according to the importance level in the economic calendar. In addition, according to data hours and countries, transactions in parity and commodities and the evaluation of changes in prices will be healthier.
The fact that the values expressed in the data are out of expectation affects the wave length of the movements that may occur in parity and/or commodity prices. Moving away from expectations increases the intensity of the investor's reactions.