The price at which the financial instrument was sold (marked as ask/bid price).
The currency usually used by investors or issuers to keep accounts. In the foreign exchange market, the U.S. dollar is often considered the base currency used for quotations. The quotation is expressed in the form of how much one U.S. dollar can be exchanged for another currency. , with the exception of quotes for Euros, British Pounds and Australian Dollars.
A market characterized by falling prices.
The difference between buying and selling prices is the most commonly used measure of market liquidity.
An individual or company that acts as an intermediary in transactions between buyers and sellers and collects fees or commissions. In contrast, a dealer is someone who owns the capital and holds a position with one party, hoping to later trade with another party Earn the price difference (profit) from the closing transaction.
This agreement established fixed exchange rates for major currencies, provided a basis for central bank intervention in the currency market, and fixed the price of gold at $35 per ounce. This agreement was used until 1971. U.S. President Richard Nixon announced that he would no longer comply with the requirements of the agreement, and the foreign exchange rates of major currencies began to float freely.
A market characterized by rising prices.
The process of completing a transaction.
Transaction fees charged by brokers.
The country's currency issued by a country's government or central bank has legal repayment capacity and is the basis for transactions.
Open and close positions within the same trading day.
A person who acts as a principal or counterparty in a transaction, owns capital and holds a position on one side, hoping to earn the difference (profit) in a subsequent closing transaction with the other side. In contrast, a broker A dealer is an individual or company that acts as an intermediary in transactions between buyers and sellers and collects fees or commissions.
Statistical data released by the government showing the current economic growth performance and stability. Common indicators include employment rate, gross domestic product (GDP), inflation, retail sales, etc.
The currency of the European Monetary Union (EMU), which replaced the European Monetary Unit (ECU).
U.S. Central Bank.
Buy one currency and sell another currency simultaneously.
Analysis of economic and political information to determine future trends in financial markets.
An order to buy or sell at a specific price. The order is valid until executed or canceled.
The initial mortgage deposit required to open a position is used to guarantee future performance.
The foreign exchange rate displayed when large international banks quote prices to other large international banks.
An order to buy at a price not higher than the specified price or to sell at a price not lower than the specified price. For example, the current quotation of USD/JPY is 102.00/O5, then the limit order to buy USD is A price lower than 102.00 (e.g. 101.50)
The market's ability to accept large transactions with little or no impact on price stability.
Closing an open position by executing an offsetting transaction.
A position or position that increases in value when market prices rise.
When the price fluctuates in a direction that is not conducive to the customer's position, the broker or dealer sends a notice to the customer requiring the deposit of additional funds or additional guarantees to maintain the position.
Risk caused by market price changes.
The process of re-estimating the value of open positions based on current market prices procedures to determine margin requirements.
The selling price or exchange rate that the seller is willing to offer.
Executing one part of the order will automatically cancel the other part of the order.
When the market fluctuates to the specified price, the order will be executed and linked to GTC.
Used to describe any transaction that is not conducted under the management of an exchange.
Transactions that have not been closed before the opening of the next trading day.
The amplitude of the exchange rate fluctuation is calculated from the fourth decimal place. For example, if the exchange rate fluctuates by 0.0001, it is called a fluctuation of 1 point.
The net amount of a certain currency held.
An indicative market price, usually only used for information release. An indicative market price, usually only used for information release.
The price of one currency in another currency when trading.
Technical analysis term refers to a certain price level that people may be inclined to sell in the future.
Potential losses caused by uncertain changes usually refer to the negative effects that may be caused by fluctuations contrary to expectations.
Use financial analysis and trading skills to reduce or control potential losses caused by various risks.
The settlement of a transaction is postponed to another delivery date. The cost of the extension is based on the interest rate difference between the two currencies.
The finalization of a transaction, where the transaction and both parties are recorded. The settlement of a foreign exchange transaction may or may not result in an actual currency exchange.
An investment position that profits when market prices fall.
Current market price, spot transactions are usually settled within two trading days.
The difference between the buying and selling prices.
Another name for British pound.
An order in which open positions are automatically settled at a specified price. Usually used to lower the loss margin when market fluctuations are in the opposite direction to the investor's position.
Refers to a certain price level that the market reaches that may rebound upward, which is the opposite of the resistance level.
refers to a method of trying to predict price fluctuations by analyzing market data such as historical price trends, average volatility, trading volume, and position interest.
The cost of buying and selling a financial instrument.
The date the transaction occurred.
U.S. banks provide preferential interest rates for loans to high-quality corporate customers.
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