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The term correlation is generally used in statistics, but in the forex market, it helps us understand the mutual relationship between Forex currencies, commodities, and indices.

There can be a positive or negative correlation between trading instruments. Positive Correlation: There is a positive correlation when the prices of both instruments move in the same direction. For instance, the EUR/USD & GBP/USD has a positive correlation.

Negative Correlation: There is a negative correlation when the prices of both instruments move in opposite directions. For instance, the EUR/USD & USD/JPY have a negative correlation.


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