A method of market analysis that concentrates on external factors such as the economic, geopolitical and social climates that affect or could affect the price of an asset. Fundamental analysis is largely based on the belief that assets are always either overpriced or under-priced, and constantly in effort to reach their true value.
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Between the years 1860 and 1913, the number of foreign banks operating in London increased from 3 to 71.
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"Industrial Production" - An economic indicator that considers manufacturing, mining and utilities in a country or economic region and reports on the total value of the region’s industrial output.
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