Summary of Last Week
- Difference of Opening & Closing:
- Daily High:
- Daily Low:
- Difference of Daily High & Low:
- Standard Deviation:
The exchange rate data provided does not include enough information to analyse for seasonality, recurring patterns, outliers, or consider the impact of specific external factors like market opening/closing hours, weekends/holidays, or the release of key financial news and reports as these require longer duration of consistent data. However, we can still make a few observations based on the given data:
Based on the data provided, the overall trend of the exchange rate appears to be mostly stable. There are slight fluctuations in the rates, but the rate generally ranges between 0.0236 and 0.02404. There are minor increases and decreases which appear to be normal for financial data, particularly exchange rates. There is no sharp or consistent climb or decline in value that implies a definite increasing or decreasing trend in this dataset.
Seasonality and Recurring Patterns
Given the limited data and the fact that it seems to range over a relatively short period, it is difficult to identify seasonal factors or recurring patterns. In-depth analysis of this nature would require a large data set spanning across different seasons or annual periods.
Similarly, without more contextual information or a specific definition for what would be considered a significant deviation, it's challenging to identify outliers in this dataset. Again, none of the data points appears to significantly deviate from the typical trading range of the data provided.
In this instance, a larger and more consistent dataset is required to provide a more thorough trend analysis, detect recurring patterns and identify possible outliers. Unfortunately, without this, any analysis would be based on general observations and may not be entirely accurate or helpful.