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The bank's exposure comes from a single client's foreign exchange contract.

The current price at which the seller is willing to sell the currency pair, also known as asking price, ask price, or estimate price. If a buyer wants to buy, he or she is asked to make a deal. 

Price fluctuations in a pegged currency within a specified range. 

The day of the week when commercial banks open their doors and conduct currency transactions. 

In foreign exchange transactions, the quoted price is the currency exchange rate. The currency in front is base money. Base currency is how much currency a country needs to exchange for one unit of base currency. For example, dollar/yen, the dollar is the base currency, euro/dollar, the euro is the base currency.  

Is selling the dollar against a range of currencies. 

The current price at which a buyer is willing to buy a currency pair is also referred to as the bid price and the winning rate .If the seller wants to sell 

Agents who use related tools to execute orders to buy and sell currency for a commission or spread. Brokers profit from commissions rather than trading on the market themselves. Brokers in the foreign exchange market often act as intermediaries between banks, enabling buyers and sellers to trade together and collect the spread paid by both sides.

Traders think prices will rise.

Execute a trade at a specified price (limit) or lower.

A carry trade in which you hold a high-yielding currency against a low-yielding currency. A foreign exchange strategy based on the difference in interest rates between the two countries is profitable once the volatility of currency pairs is stripped out.

A person who analyzes past price movements and makes charts to determine the market.

Brokers collect fees from their own clients.

The value of one currency for another.

A statistical term referring to the relationship between two seemingly independent things. Forex, for example, one could say that the euro has a high correlation with sterling, and the euro has a high correlation with the Brazilian real.

Country Risk

Currency Code

Two currencies in foreign exchange transactions. The euro/dollar currency pair is one example.

Buy or sell orders will automatically expire and be deleted at the end of the trading day.

Traders trying to profit from short-term price changes often open and close orders in the same trading day.

The day the order is closed.

A person or company acting as an executor or counterparty when buying and selling assets.

In a transaction, when the transaction or payment balance is negative.

The risk that the counterparty will not be able to fulfil the contract, even if it wishes to do so.

A significant decline in the value of a particular currency.

Necessary information to facilitate foreign exchange transactions. For example, the interest rate spread of the currency pair, daily price changes and volume changes.

Free exchange rate policies allow currency values to fluctuate, but central banks intervene from time to time.

The price quoted for one unit of foreign currency in US dollars. Some currencies are denominated in DOLLARS per unit of foreign currency, such as the British pound.

The amount of money that an account's value decreases from high to low.

Forex ECN Brokers provides an electronic trading network with syndicated quotes from the world's top banks. Through ECN broker-dealer trading, currency dealers generally benefit from greater price transparency, faster processing speed, increased liquidity in the market and greater applicability.

The theory that the strength of a currency depends entirely on its trade balance.

A trading account is not an individual's account, but an account in which a company assigns an individual to execute a trading decision.

Euribor is a daily reference rate.

A place of exchange. Some famous examples include the New York Stock Exchange or the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

The transaction process.

In the case of long positions, sell long positions of currency. In the case of a short position, the purchase of a short currency causes the holding position to close.

A slang term for a cross currency in which there is little foreign trade relative to the active major currency.

Financial options that are no longer valid after that date.

Fiat money was the antithesis of the gold standard. In a fiat money system, the value of money rises and falls depending on demand and supply pressures in the market. It is this fluctuation that makes it useful to predict the future value of money.

Complete a purchase or sale order.

An order that must be executed immediately according to certain criteria such as price and quantity. If it cannot be executed, the command is cancelled immediately. In a transaction, it is reflected in a transaction or a repeated offer.

The price at which a buy or sell order is completed.

The impact of interest rates on international capital movement, money will always move from countries with lower interest rates to countries with higher interest rates.

Central banks maintain a fixed official interest rate as their foreign exchange policy against a country's currency, often intervening to keep the exchange rate fixed within a limited range. Hong Kong's peg to the US dollar, for example.

The exchange rate is fixed but often readjusted.

Value is an exchange rate determined by market movements.

Buy or sell one currency to another.

The largest foreign exchange trading center in the world is London. Other financial centres are New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore and Zurich. Transactions By moving from one center to the next, a trader can hand over a transaction order at one bank's trading desk to a colleague at another center.

Foreign Exchange abbreviations

Free fx simulation account, trading software and charts. Forex simulation account allows you to practice forex trading without worrying about losing money. Once you've honed your skills, you can start paying into your forex real account.

A transaction settled on a future date. The settlement of the contract between buyer and seller is subject to a specified date.

It is different from spot rate. The forward rate depends on expected future conditions plus or minus the spot rate.

A reserve of funds in excess of margin used.

A study of price economic factors (GROSS domestic product, trade balance, employment, etc.) that influence financial markets.

Investors accustomed to using fundamental analysis.

A currency with low interest rates.

The right and obligation to trade goods or tools at a price at a future date. Futures are different from forward contracts, which are usually traded on exchanges (non-transferable), whereas forward contracts are mainly over-the-counter (OTC) and can be automatically transferable.

FOREX or Foreign Exchange Abbreviations.

Margin trading term when the face value of the order you are holding is greater than the amount you have in your deposit.

Buy currency pairs.

Sell a set of currency pairs and wait for it to be bought back at a later time (hopefully at a lower price).

Also known as the Bretton Woods system, the gold standard began in 1946, creating a system that allowed the U.S. Treasury Department to sell gold at a fixed price at a fixed exchange rate. On August 15, 1971, President Nixon ended the Bretton Woods system.

In technical analysis, when two moving averages intersect, such as a short-term 20-day moving average that crosses a longer 40-day moving average. This is seen as a good sign that the currencies will move in the same direction as the ema.

Describes an economy with steady growth and acceptable inflation. In this sense, the economy is neither too hot nor too cold.

It is a platform for financial institutions to deal with orders in foreign exchange, CFD and futures markets. It is a user-friendly front-end trading interface. It provides technical analysis, charts and expert advisers to help you develop your own trading strategy. The different features and options of the system allow for great flexibility in trading. The MetaQuotes language is released from general practice and allows programming of automated trading strategies. A free demo account is also available. MetaTrader 4 supports different languages (including English, German, Russian, and French). It works on Windows98/XP/Vista/7/8 etc.

It is a platform for financial institutions to deal with orders in foreign exchange, CFD and futures markets. It is a user-friendly front-end trading interface. It provides technical analysis, charts and expert advisers to help you develop your own trading strategy. The different features and options of the system allow for great flexibility in trading. The MetaQuotes language is released from general practice and allows programming of automated trading strategies. A free demo account is also available. MetaTrader 4 supports different languages (including English, German, Russian, and French). It works on Windows98/XP/Vista/7/8 etc.

MetaTrader 4 mobile trading solutions are comparable to full-featured trading terminals. You can have full access to financial markets and trade from anywhere in the world. In addition, technical analysis and graphical visualization of financial tools (including offline mode without connecting to the server). Transactions are encrypted and guaranteed absolute security. You can always keep a complete transaction history if you want.

Smooth out the data on the price chart to make it easier to spot trends. Average means a mathematical or statistical average drawn from the original curve.

The total value of assets minus liabilities. In a trading account, net asset value equals realized and unrealized profits/losses plus deposit balances and interest minus withdrawals.

The difference in interest rates between two currencies.

Orders in opposite currency are not offset.

An investor who makes trading decisions based on the results of the announcement and its effect on the market.

Non-standard transaction size. The standard currency of exchange is 100,000 units of currency.

Also known as asking price, it refers to the price a seller is willing to sell for.

An on-going long or short order that is subject to market fluctuations resulting in profit or loss.

When a currency pair is overbought, its price rises much more rapidly than usual. Once overbought, it is usually expected to enter a contrarian movement, which means its price is expected to fall.

A trade order extending from the current day into the next day.

Currency pairs are oversold and prices fall faster than usual. Once oversold, it is usually expected to enter a contrarian movement, which means its price is expected to rise.

The official value of money.

A system in which the value of one currency is linked to another. For example, the Chinese yuan against the DOLLAR. Most hooks will fluctuate within a narrow range.

The smallest upward or downward price movement quoted in the forex market.

Government policy has changed to some extent. Government instability can have a negative impact on the currency.

The cost of buying a second currency.

Refers to the principal currency pair of a transaction.

Currency pairs that provide bid and offer prices.

The second currency pair is the quoted currency. For eur/USD, usd is the quoted currency. The rate quoted is how many units of the second currency can be exchanged for one unit of the first currency.

Trade the difference between the highest and lowest price of a currency pair over a period of time.

The price of money relative to another currency that can be bought or sold.

Profit or loss resulting from closing a position.

A market in which industrial activity is monitored and regulated by a government agency to protect investors. One example is foreign exchange trading in Britain.

The price level at which technical analysis indicates that money will continue to be sold.

Estimate the potential profit or loss of an open position based on the difference in price between the previous and current trading days.

The price at which a currency pair is purchased from a dealer.

Foreign currency exchange rate risk refers to the possibility that the value of an investor's investment will decrease due to exchange rate fluctuations.

Money that can be used to take risks without affecting one's basic livelihood.

Interest charged to a trading account by buying a high-yielding currency versus a low-yielding currency.

The negative interest charged to a trading account by buying a low-yielding currency against a high-yielding currency.

In general, a trader who holds an overnight position is paid or paid, depending on the interest rate spread between currency pairs.

In most cases, 100,000 units of currency.

Fees charged for currency exchange.

The abbreviation of the Australian dollar and the United States Dollar (AUD/ USD). Tells investors how many US dollars (the quoted currency) it takes to buy an Australian dollar (the base currency). 

The rate at which a central bank can borrow money from its domestic banking system. 

A popular format for studying the price behavior of currency pairs. 

One hundredth of one percent or 0.0001. 

A prolonged period of falling prices in asset markets. 

The bid price differs from the ask price 

The company provides trading commission services to the public. 

 Prices are on an upward trend in the capital market.

The process of buying a currency pair is for the customer to pay all part of it. The term margin refers to the fact that an investor is partly borrowed, not partly borrowed.

 High-interest currency.

 Money deposited into a trading account.

Ends all unit counts for previously opened orders. As in the case of a long position, sell all long orders. Then, your order in the market becomes zero.

An economic indicator from one to three months, the index measures changes in the cost of living by measuring price changes in a common, basket of goods and services used by most people, such as food, clothing, transportation and entertainment

A statistical term referring to the relationship between two seemingly independent things. Forex, for example, one could say that the euro has a high correlation with sterling, and the euro has a high correlation with the Brazilian real.

Counterparty in foreign exchange trading. For example, the rival of online spot foreign exchange is a bank.

The exchange rate between two currencies that are not the United States dollar.

Currency Coins and notes issued by a government. A unit of exchange for goods in a country in the form of money.

The risk of changes in foreign exchange rates may weaken the value of overseas investments in dollars or any other foreign currency.

Trades open and close on the same trading day.

A list of all trades completed during a trading day.

The exchange dealer's system records basic transaction information, rather than sending reports to customers.

Breach of contract terms.

The prices of goods and services in an economy fall persistently and sharply. It is the opposite of inflation. Prolonged deflation can lead to a downward spiral of deflation. Lower prices lead to lower demand for jobs. During the cycle, labor wage income does not fall, demand continues to decline.

Financial contracts relating to changes in the underlying economy. For example, the value of an option varies according to the asset base.

When a government allows the value of its currency to weaken against other currencies.

An account allows an organization to make trading decisions for a client, buying and selling on his or her behalf.

A term used by traders to signal that a contract has been concluded.

Any decline in the value of a currency or when a central bank sets monetary policy to stimulate spending. An example of central bank easing is lowering interest rates.

Used to measure and measure current economic conditions.

Attempts to explain any complete cycle of market activity in eight wave patterns.

A separate account is used to hold customer money, which is kept separately from the dealer's working capital.

In the 1970s and 1980s, many European countries banded together to guard against big swings in the value of their currencies. This was one of several initiatives that led to the creation of the euro.

Central bank equipment is used to control the movement of foreign exchange to ensure that the country's foreign reserves are not exhausted.

In finance, the rate of exchange between two currencies (also known as the foreign exchange rate, or foreign exchange rate) designates one currency by the value of the other. For example, if the exchange rate is 102 yen (JPY Yen), the US dollar (USD$) means that 102 yen is equivalent to 1 us dollar.

Spread or a set of trading and position rules prescribed by an exchange dealer.

Investors have the confidence to hold the currency. Take the dollar or the euro.

A pattern of price action in which there are three peaks, with the middle one higher than the surrounding two forming what looks like a head and shoulders pattern. This pattern is seen as an indicator of a trend reversal.

A term used to describe reducing the risk of adverse market movements by using two balanced investments, thereby minimizing any losses caused by price fluctuations. For example, if you sell your house in the Netherlands and move to the UK and then buy a house (the new base currency), but you are bullish on the euro (EUR) and bearish on the pound (GBP) for a long time. To make up for the loss of the house purchase, you would need to buy the same amount of euro/pound orders to make up.

Sell at the purchase price offered by others.

Buy and then hold the pair.

Master agreement for International foreign exchange Transactions

The rise in commodity prices leads to a decline in the purchasing power of money.

The customer's first deposit determines the corresponding maximum transaction size

Minimum amount that must be paid in cash when executing an order.

Open and close orders on the same trading day.

Interest is charged or paid on the use of money. Expressed as the annual percentage interest rate on the principal. Interest rates tend to move in response to inflation and changes in central bank policy.

A person or company who refers a foreign exchange dealer to a client in return for a commission or partial spread rebate.

A term coined by financial news to refer to Japanese households that trade in interest rates and become the main trading side of the yen, derived from the large number of Japanese housewives who trade foreign exchange, which has a greater impact.

The yen is the monetary unit of Japan. It is the third most traded currency after the American dollar and the European euro on foreign exchange markets.

A client with very small volume, trading duration, and target profit, rarely takes an overnight position.

An order that must be executed immediately according to certain criteria such as price and quantity. If it cannot be executed, the command is cancelled immediately. In a transaction, it is reflected in a transaction or a repeated offer.

Trade term, from kiwi fruit in New Zealand.

Economic indicators are used to predict future economic activity, such as the STANDARD & Poor's 500 index.

Margin ratio that can open the largest order. With deposits of $5000 and leverage of $50, traders can trade orders of $250,000 face value. Leverage can make you money quickly, but it can also make you lose money quickly.

Responsibility for delivery is part of the real transaction of money. In speculative foreign exchange transactions, the currency is not liable for delivery and all profits and losses are deducted from the margin.

Trade orders at specified prices or better.

A term used to describe the trading needs of a large number of buyers and sellers in a market.

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To place an order against a currency pair is to buy the front currency and short the back currency. Chief executive Dan said he was buying base currency.

Trading slang for us/Canadian dollar currency pairs.

A standard quantity of 100, 000 units of a particular currency trade, also called a standard hand.

The minimum margin set by a position in which a customer must keep his margin account above a certain value.

The account must have a certain minimum margin to support all orders opened.

Central banks intervene regularly to stabilize and/or manipulate the direction of their currencies.

Minimum Deposit Requirements Maintain a minimum deposit requirement for an opening. For example, for an open market cap order of $250,000 with 50 leverage, the margin required would be $5,000.

An account that allows buying and selling using leverage.

More money must be put into the account to maintain the size of the current position, as the net worth of the account is already falling below the minimum margin required.

An order for immediate execution at the current best price.

Currency pair latest quote.

Buy and sell a currency pair

The time at which a contract for physical delivery of currency expires. In currency markets, it is usually two days after opening. In practice, traders do not take delivery, but profits and losses go directly to their account balances.

The purchase of identical currency pairs is used to offset earlier short orders.

Current date and price of goods that can be bought and sold.

A market in which people buy and sell actual financial instruments (money).

The market price at which money is bought or sold on the spot market.

The difference in value between the bid and ask prices of a currency pair

A market that can accommodate large quantities of buying and selling without large fluctuations. Take, for example, the euro/dollar trade.

Another name for GBP.

Execute orders in the same direction when the price of a currency reaches or passes a specified level.

A trader's nickname for the Swiss franc.

Buying or selling currency pairs as directed by a customer, when executed, results in orders being placed at existing locations and profits being realized.

Predictive analysis of price movements based on market data, such as historical price trends and moving averages, volume, open positions, etc

Technical resistance and support levels, as well as overbought and oversold levels, determine price action, not market sentiment.

A functional tool used by technical analysts to predict future price movements of securities or commodities.

The lowest possible price change, either up or down. Also known as ideas.

The name of a currency or commodity in trading software.

A complex portfolio of programs to provide you with professional buy/sell currency advice. A trade model that is evaluated on the basis of historical analysis, forecasting future prices and records related to your trades, using recommendations for reporting currency positions, and using these actions to predict fluctuations in the foreign exchange market.

A billion dollar deal term.

A software application for foreign exchange transactions, usually used over the Internet.

Buying or selling currency pairs.

The cost of participating in the purchase or sale of a currency pair.

Current market direction, either up or down or sideways.

Currency that cannot be freely exchanged because of foreign exchange regulations.

A widely used amount of money. In foreign exchange transactions, one dollar is equal to one dollar, one euro, and one yen is equal to one yen. One unit is the minimum transaction size for foreign exchange transactions.

It is also virtual net worth. Your current potential account balance that can be realized by liquidating the position. For example, if your actual account balance is $575 and an open position order 2 with a profit of $25, your virtual account balance will be displayed as $600.

Measure how much money changes over time.

The day when a national bank in a particular currency opens for business.

A billion dollar deal term.