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UK Average Earnings [in. bonus] [3m/y]

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Average Earnings Including Bonuses

This is one of the comprehensive reports since the result is influenced by a large package of statistical data, the main of which at the moment (so far) are the data of growth of wages, taking into account paid bonuses. A conflict prevention system is included.

Features of the publication

Comprehensive report
Probability of spiking of the market
Variability of market sentiment
Conflict prevention system

How to trade UK Average Earnings [in. bonus] [3m/y]

The focus of the indicator is completely shifted to the income indicators: Avg Earnings – incl bonus and Avg Earnings – ex bonus. It is evident that the wage indicator Avg Earnings – incl bonus is used for trading, Unemployment Change and Unemployment Rate data only indirectly influence the market, but the density of such a data package creates the entire complexity of the report.

There may be a temporary backlash between the indicators, which, in the event of a conflict, may cause spikes on the market. Also, this temporary backlash can cancel the trading under the conflict prevention system.

 

The conflict prevention system is enabled for: Avg Earnings – incl bonus, Unemployment Change and Unemployment Rate. Avg Earnings – Incl bonus trading indicator. Be careful. This is a rather dangerous indicator, the profit ratio for which is at the level of 65k35. It should be recalled that the standard auto-click efficiency indicator is 95k5.

History of publications

Date:
16/08/2017
Signal:
Buy 1
Cons:
1.80
Fact:
2.10
Dev:
0.30
React:
30
Direct:
Up
Pair:
GBPUSD
Others
Date:
14/06/2017
Signal:
Sell 2
Cons:
2.40
Fact:
2.10
Dev:
-0.30
React:
7
Direct:
Mute
Pair:
GBPUSD

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