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    RICS House Price Balance

    Index: advance.
    The indicator is calculated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. It characterizes the price dynamics of the secondary real estate market. This is a leading indicator that shows the proportion (in percentage terms) of experts who report about price advance in their region.

    Market impact:
    The indicator has a limited influence over the market.

    Published: each month, on the second week.

  2. #42

    Rightmove HPI - Индекс цен на жилье от Rightmove

    Index: tracking.
    Inflationary indicator of real estate market in Britain, publishing before all is compiled by the Rightmove (the largest Internet real estate portal in the UK). Characterizes the bid price.

    Market impact: limited.
    The index has a limited influence over the market as the bid price is not equal to the ask price. The index advance means an increase of real estate market business and promotes the national currency advance.

    Published: monthly on the third week.

  3. #43


    Index: tracking.
    Universal indicator of consumer prices dynamics in Britain. Calculated each month on the basis of 600 goods and 100,000 prices.

    Market impact: limited.
    The index has a limited influence over the market. The index advance is respective of advance of the national currency rate.

    Published: on the third Tuesday of the month.

  4. #44

    Services PMI (Purchasing Managers Index)

    Index: tracking.
    A poll is conducted among the Service Sector Managers; they should answer the questions regarding prices, new contracts, etc. The answer must be "yes", "no" or "unchanged". This is an advance index adjuvant to monitor the economic cycle.

    Market Impact: Limited.
    The index has a limited influence over the market. The index of 50 points is considered as neutral, it means that changes did not happen at the last period, but the index buildup - an indicator of industrial growth, therefore index below 50 points means a decrease in production. The index growth helps to strengthen the pound sterling.

    Published: twice a month. On the third week of the month - the initial assessment, on the third working day of the following month - the final value.

  5. #45

    Trade Balance

    Index: tracking.
    The report details all international trade of Great Britain. The indicator is the difference between exports and imports.

    Market Impact: High.
    Export always has to be analyzed first, since it directly affects the economic growth. Import images the domestic demand for products and has an influence over the trade balance and the exchange rate. It corrects revenue from import in the national currency.

    Published: in the middle of each month.

  6. #46

    Unemployment Rate

    Index: tracking.
    The ratio of the number of people registered as unemployed to the total employable population from 15 up to 74 multiplied by 100.

    Market Impact: High.
    Index has a strong influence over the market. Rise in unemployment levels has a negative influence over the national currency rate.

    Published: monthly, in the first or last days of the month.
    Last edited by RoboForex Trader; 07-31-2013 at 09:12 PM.

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