Investors who have understood the financial market must be familiar with the term non-agricultural. The financial markets, especially the foreign exchange and gold markets, pay very high attention to the monthly non-agricultural activities. Foreign exchange is called non-agricultural data? Let me introduce what non-agricultural is?

What is non-agricultural data? The so-called non-agricultural data usually refers to the three data of non-agricultural population employment rate, non-agricultural employment and unemployment rate in the United States. These three data are collectively referred to as non-agricultural data. The first Friday of the month will be announced at 9:30 pm Beijing time.

What is non-agricultural data? I believe investors already know it, so why does non-agricultural data cause widespread concern in the financial market? As we all know, as the world’s largest financial country, the economic development of the United States has a very large impact on the financial market, and the monthly non-agricultural data of the United States reflects the current economic development of the United States objectively and directly. The foreign exchange market and the gold market are very sensitive to the U.S. economy and, in turn, to non-agricultural data. If non-agricultural data is higher than potential, the dollar will be positive. If the non-agricultural reproductive data is lower than expected, the dollar will be negative.

So when the US non-agricultural data is released, how should investors make orders? The first thing to remind investors here is that the market volatility during the non-agricultural data release period is very large. This period of time is a good profit time for investors, but the same transaction risk is also very high. If investors do not have enough confidence to do non-agricultural market, it is better for investors to avoid non-agricultural transactions. In fact, the non-agricultural market is generally only the few minutes of the non-agricultural data released, and investors usually do the expected market.

The expected market is mainly related to one piece of data, that is, ADP data, which has also become small non-agricultural data, and is usually released on the Wednesday before the non-agricultural data is released. This wave of market data is based on the leading indicators of non-agricultural data, ADP data and the number of people claiming unemployment benefits, as well as the US economic situation. The non-agricultural market is expected to be based on the data guidance. If it is positive, you can intervene in multiple orders and hold until Friday’s European trading session. In addition, there are data on Darafong, you can refer to: What does “big nonfarm” mean.

What is non-agricultural data? I believe that through the above article, investors already know what non-agricultural is.