The liquidity chart provides rough estimates of the trading activity in the Forex market. It allows you to understand and view current liquidity and liquidity in previous sessions, in real time. A higher liquidity usually means better spreads and more transactions are made. The liquidity calculation takes into account many brokers and top 10 traded currencies to calculate the liquidity per each minute for the last 48 hours. The average liquidity of the past 24 hours is used as a 100% liquidity basis for percentage calculation (number of ticks divided by average spread). For example, a 130% reading will tell you that the current liquidity is 30% above the last 24 hours average liquidity.