|Level||Ukuran Lot per Trading||Margin|
|Date||Trading Hours (Summer Time)||Trading Hours (Winter Time)|
|Mon||05:00 - 24:00||06:00 - 24:00|
|Tue||00:00 - 04:00, 04:15 - 24:00||00:00 - 05:00, 05:15 - 24:00|
|Wed||00:00 - 04:00, 04:15 - 24:00||00:00 - 05:00, 05:15 - 24:00|
|Thur||00:00 - 04:00, 04:15 - 24:00||00:00 - 05:00, 05:15 - 24:00|
|Fri||00:00 - 04:00, 04:15 - 24:00||00:00 - 05:00, 05:15 - 24:00|
|Sat||00:00 - 03:45||00:00 - 04:45|
* Data di atas berdasarkan pada jenis "Akun Mini" di HSB
The EURUSD exchange rate is influenced by various factors, including economic data, interest rate differentials, monetary policies, geopolitical risks, global economic conditions, market sentiment, and more. Changes in these factors can cause the EURUSD exchange rate to rise or fall.
During this overlap, there is higher participation from traders, financial institutions, and market-moving news releases from both regions. Increased trading activity often leads to more price movement, providing potential opportunities for traders to enter and exit positions.
Monetary Policies: The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has maintained a relatively accommodative monetary policy stance, with low interest rates and quantitative easing measures to support economic recovery. In contrast, other central banks, such as the Federal Reserve in the United States, have signaled or implemented a tightening of monetary policy. The divergent monetary policies create a relative interest rate differential, leading to a weaker AUD.
Commodity Price Fluctuations: Australia is a major exporter of commodities, including iron ore, coal, and natural gas. The AUD is often influenced by fluctuations in commodity prices. When commodity prices, particularly iron ore, experience downward pressure, it can weigh on the Australian economy and the value of the AUD.