A political crisis is commonly dangerous for the Forex because it may trigger a sharp decrease in trade volumes. Prices under critical conditions dry out quickly, and sometimes the spreads between bid and offer jump from 5 pips to 100 pips. Unlike predictable political events (parliament elections, interstate agreements conclusion etc), which generally take place in an exact time and give market the opportunity to adopt, political crises come and strike suddenly. Currency traders have a knack for responding to crises. The traders should react as fast as possible with risk management techniques aimed at avoiding big losses. They have not much time to take decisions, often they have only seconds. Return on the market after a crisis is often problematic.