Experts publish forecasts for perspectives of 2018

The end of December is a period of a traditional silence on American and European markets. On 25 December many countries celebrate Christmas. The market existing in such circumstances is called «the thin market». In the week before Christmas, there is less money on the market, and the market as a whole gets less fluid and less predictable.

Usually, the situation on the market remains stable unless a sudden event disturbs it. In most cases, there aren't any significant news during the last week of the year, so the market doesn't take any rapid changes.

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If you want to continue trading during the New Year holidays, draw your attention to Asian markets. In Asian countries, they don't have Christmas as an official holiday. So they don't have long holidays and will just continue to work with usual intensity.