Hey everyone!

I've been reading some articles about fundamental analysis lately. I just want to know how it all works. Because if I look at a forex calender there's all kinds of news announcements, but I have no idea what it all means and which are significant and which aren't. Neither do I know how the outcome of such news event will affect the pairs. I just want to know a little more about this subject of trading, so I understand and know what to expect.

So, I made a couple of tables based on this article/lesson: http://www.straightforex.com/basic-f...rs-by-country/

Probably it's not as simple as I've written it down. I've presumed that if, for instance the USD will strengthen due to let's say an increase of the GDP, USDJPY will increase and EURUSD will decrease. Simply because USD is the base currency in USDJPY and USD is the counter currency in EURUSD. Now, I don't know if this is how it works or not? I'll present my tables here and I would appreciate if someone could tell me here if I'm in the ballpark or not. If not, then please explain how it does work. I'd love to know what all these news announcements do to the different pairs! Thanks in advance!

Here are the tables (it's selected by country. So if it's the 'Australia table' for instance, then the CPI in the table is the CPI of Australia):