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  1. Macroeconomic analysis focuses on national economies (or in the case of the Eurozone on the euro area) and examines their health. This is done by interpreting the economic indicators for the following areas: growth (business climate, GDP), inflation (consumer price index, producer price index), employment (unemployment claims, jobless claims) and production (factory orders, building permits). 
     
    It also takes into account any geopolitical developments that could cause risk in the market (elections, natural disasters) as well as the monetary policies and actions of Central Banks, like changing interest rates (which can encourage or discourage investors), quantitative easing (which can spur the economy and inflation) and the specific language used in press conferences and announcements. Understanding how these elements influence markets gives traders an edge. TradingView has an {link_start_calendar}economic calendar{link_end} that ties news events to the time scale in an intuitive way.""Macroeconomic analysis focuses on national economies (or in the case of the Eurozone on the euro area) and examines their health. This is done by interpreting the economic indicators for the following areas: growth (business climate, GDP), inflation (consumer price index, producer price index), employment (unemployment claims, jobless claims) and production (factory orders, building permits). 
     
    It also takes into account any geopolitical developments that could cause risk in the market (elections, natural disasters) as well as the monetary policies and actions of Central Banks, like changing interest rates (which can encourage or discourage investors), quantitative easing (which can spur the economy and inflation) and the specific language used in press conferences and announcements. Understanding how these elements influence markets gives traders an edge. TradingView has an [url=https://www.tradingview.com/calendar]economic calendar [/url] that ties news events to the time scale in an intuitive way.
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  2. Macroeconomic analysis focuses on national economies (or in the case of the Eurozone on the euro area) and examines their health. This is done by interpreting the economic indicators for the following areas: growth (business climate, GDP), inflation (consumer price index, producer price index), employment (unemployment claims, jobless claims) and production (factory orders, building permits). 
     
    It also takes into account any geopolitical developments that could cause risk in the market (elections, natural disasters) as well as the monetary policies and actions of Central Banks, like changing interest rates (which can encourage or discourage investors), quantitative easing (which can spur the economy and inflation) and the specific language used in press conferences and announcements. Understanding how these elements influence markets gives traders an edge. TradingView has an {link_start_calendar}economic calendar{link_end} that ties news events to the time scale in an intuitive way.
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  3. Macroeconomic analysis focuses on national economies (or in the case of the Eurozone on the euro area) and examines their health. This is done by interpreting the economic indicators for the following areas: growth (business climate, GDP), inflation (consumer price index, producer price index), employment (unemployment claims, jobless claims) and production (factory orders, building permits). 
     
    It also takes into account any geopolitical developments that could cause risk in the market (elections, natural disasters) as well as the monetary policies and actions of Central Banks, like changing interest rates (which can encourage or discourage investors), quantitative easing (which can spur the economy and inflation) and the specific language used in press conferences and announcements. Understanding how these elements influence markets gives traders an edge. TradingView has an {link_start_calendar}economic calendar{link_end} that ties news events to the time scale in an intuitive way.
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  4. L'analyse macroéconomique se concentre sur les économies nationales (ou, dans le cas de la zone euro, sur cette zone) et examine leur santé. Cela se fait en interprétant les indicateurs économiques pour les domaines suivants: croissance (climat des affaires, PIB), inflation (indice des prix à la consommation, indice des prix à la production), emploi (chiffres du chômage, demandes d'emploi) et production (commandes d'usine, permis de construire). Il prend également en compte les développements géopolitiques susceptibles d'entraîner des risques sur le marché (élections, catastrophes naturelles) ainsi que sur les politiques et actions monétaires des Banques Centrales, comme l'évolution des taux d'intérêt (ce qui peut encourager ou décourager les investisseurs), un assouplissement quantitatif (qui peut stimuler l'économie et l'inflation) et la langue spécifique utilisée dans les conférences de presse et les annonces. Comprendre comment ces éléments influencent les marchés donne aux traders un avantage. TradingView a un calendrier économique {link_start_calendar} {link_end} qui lie les actualités à l'échelle de temps de manière intuitive.

    L'analyse macroéconomique se concentre sur les économies nationales (ou, dans le cas de la zone euro, sur cette zone) et examine leur santé. Cela se fait en interprétant les indicateurs économiques pour les domaines suivants: croissance (climat des affaires, PIB), inflation (indice des prix à la consommation, indice des prix à la production), emploi (chiffres du chômage, demandes d'emploi) et production (commandes d'usine, permis de construire). 
      
    Il prend également en compte les développements géopolitiques susceptibles d'entraîner des risques sur le marché (élections, catastrophes naturelles) ainsi que sur les politiques et actions monétaires des Banques Centrales, comme l'évolution des taux d'intérêt (ce qui peut encourager ou décourager les investisseurs), un assouplissement quantitatif (qui peut stimuler l'économie et l'inflation) et la langue spécifique utilisée dans les conférences de presse et les annonces. Comprendre comment ces éléments influencent les marchés donne aux traders un avantage. TradingView a un calendrier économique {link_start_calendar} {link_end} qui lie les actualités à l'échelle de temps de manière intuitive.

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