Economic indicator training program

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Global and Macro Economic Indicators in India.
GDP, Industrial Production, ,Employment and Consumer Confidence
,Inflation,Balance of Trade and Current,Account Balance,FII, FDI and External Debt,Banking and Money Supply,Government Borrowing and Fiscal Data,Liquidity and Interest Rate Movement,Stance of monetary policy, Factors in Commodity & Currency, Sources of Data of Macroeconomics, Release of Data & their impact on live markets

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Economic indicator training program

  1. 1. ECONOMIC INDICATOR TRAINING PROGRAMUnderstanding the role of economic indicators that determine market performance is anessential skill in the context of an increasingly sophisticated and complex financial marketplace.This program me identifies the information that really matters and provides an insight into theways of interpreting the variety of data released from time to time, especially in the context ofthe wealth of data available now.Objectives• Identify and source the economic indicators that are most likely to move the markets.• Understand the components of the released data.• Define what makes a market-useful economic indicator.• Analyze reactions in various markets on changes in the economic data.Who will benefits from the program?Students, MBA aspirants, Stock Brokers, Investment Consultants, Portfolio Managers, FundManagers, Wealth Managers, Treasury Managers, Investment Bankers, Researchers,Investors, etc.Program Content  Macro Economic Indicators in India - GDP, Industrial Production, Employment and Consumer Confidence - Inflation - Balance of Trade and Current Account Balance - FII, FDI and External Debt - Banking and Money Supply - Government Borrowing and Fiscal Data - Liquidity and Interest Rate Movement - Stance of monetary policy - Factors in Commodity & Currency - Sources of Data of Macroeconomics - Release of Data & their impact on live markets
  2. 2.  Global Macro Economic Indicators - US nonfarm payrolls - Gross Domestic Product - ISM MGF Index - ISM non mgf index - FOMC minutes - IIP - Consumer confidence index - Housing sales - Employment situation - GDP and many more - T- Bills - China IIP data - Source of Data & their impact on all asset classTime Duration: - 1 Months

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