Summary of Last Week
- Difference of Opening & Closing:
- Daily High:
- Daily Low:
- Difference of Daily High & Low:
- Standard Deviation:
Analysis of Exchange Rates (LAK) Dataset
The dataset provided contains timestamped data of the exchange rates (LAK) spanning various time. Given the nature of the data and the objective provided, which include understanding the overall trend, identifying any seasonality or recurring patterns, and noting any outliers, here’s the comprehensive analysis:
1. Overall Trend
Examining the data, it suggests that the LAK exchange rates remained largely constant at 6.0E-5 over the entire period for the majority of the time intervals. This indicates that the exchange rate has been quite stable during this period, with no clear or apparent increasing or decreasing overall trend.
2. Seasonality or Recurring Patterns
The given dataset does not display any obvious signs of seasonality or recurring patterns. The values oscillate between the 6.0E-5 and 7.0E-5 for a few instances, but these changes are not cyclical or recurring with a specific, identifiable frequency. Since we don't have complete data for each day of the month or for each month of the year, it's not possible to determine definitive seasonal trends or cycles.
In this context, an outlier would be a significant deviation from the usual exchange rate of 6.0E-5. On several instances through the timestamps provided, the exchange rates increase to 7.0E-5, which could be considered an outlier owing to its deviation from the normative value. However, these instances are relatively few and sporadic, not significantly affecting the overall trend.
In summary, this analysis of the provided dataset reveals a largely stable trend in exchange rates with the exception of a few outliers where the rate increases slightly. These fluctuations however do not appear to follow a significant seasonality pattern or cyclic trend.
Note: This dataset analysis does not take into consideration any external factors like market opening/closing hours, weekends/holidays, or the release of key financial news and reports which might have an effect on the exchange rates.