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Yes, the foreign exchange (forex) market is generally considered to be a volatile market. Volatility refers to the degree of price fluctuations or price variability of a financial instrument over a specific period of time. In the context of the forex market, volatility is often driven by various factors that can lead to rapid and significant price movements.

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It's super volatile, meaning prices swing a lot in a short time. That's cool for traders 'cause it can mean big gains, but it's also riskier 'cause things can go downhill fast.

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