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|February 17, 2020|
A macroeconomic statistical indicator expressing the aggregate value of final goods and services in market prices. It includes the cost of goods and services that are consumed by the population, government procurements, capital investments, and the balance of payments.
This classic indicator was developed in the 1930s for predicting the Nikkei stock index. Now its settings are fully adapted to modern markets, and it is used to detect emerging trends.
This abbreviation that stands for “a contract for difference” is a derivative financial instrument that allows earning on both the growth and the drop in the market value of the underlying asset. Commodities, including oil, gold, as well as financial instruments or indices can all act as underlying asset. At the same time, CFD does not imply the supply of goods but only the payment of the difference between the value of the contract and its actual quotation.
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