Block of countries comprising G-5 countries together with Canada and Italy.
Block of countries comprising G-7 countries together with Russia.
A globally functioning after-hours electronic trading system.
A word coined by British ministers to describe Swiss Banks during the 1964 Sterling crisis. A descriptive comparison between gnomes living underground, and the secretive nature of Swiss bankers
The purchase of a currency pair hoping that prices will rise and a profit can be booked when the currency is sold. Opposite of going short
Selling a borrowed currency pair and then buying it when the prices get lower with the intention of returning the borrowed currency pair sold earlier. Opposite of going long
A monetary system where the exchange rate was based on the economic difference for an ounce of gold between 2 currencies and which further allowed a country’s currency to be freely exchanged into fixed amount of gold and vice versa
A bull market supported by high trading volumes characterized for example by 15-day moving average (short-term) breaking above its long term moving average say 50-day moving average or the resistance level.
Positive performance of the economy as the terminology “Not too hot, not too cold, just right”. Related Term: Econo
A currency trading order that does not expire at the end of the trading day but does so at the end of the trading month as opposed to being perpetually open.
An order to either buy or sell currency that holds good until cancelled or executed and further expires if not restated. It is different from a day order.
An options trader who rakes in premium income by selling options.
A slang terminology for US dollars in paper from. Related Term: US Dollar
Several currency positions having a prior determined spread fixed by the trader. Related Term: Currency Trading
The cumulative annual monetary value of goods and services over time within a country, including income of foreign companies and foreigners working in the country, but excluding income of locals working overseas and local corporations overseas.
Measure of an economy’s cumulative income comprising GDP plus local residents income accruing abroad minus income accruing in domestic markets to non residents
Futures broker having guarantee agreement with a Futures Commission Merchant whereby the latter jointly and severally undertakes responsibility for the Introducing Broker’s obligations with respect to the Commodity Exchange Act
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