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SPOT FOREING EXCHANGE: Often referred to as the "interbank" market. Refers to currencies traded between two counterparties, often major banks. Spot Foreign Exchange is generally traded on margin and is generally more liquid and widely traded than currency futures, particularly by institutions and professional money managers.

 

Forex Terms

ALL or NONE - ARBITRAGEASK - AUTOMATIC EXECUTION - BASIS POINT - BID - BROKER - COST OF CARRY - COUNTERPARTY - ENTRY ORDER - FOREX - FOREX TRADER - LEVERAGE - LIMIT ENTRY ORDER - LIMIT ORDER - LONG POSITION - LOT - MANUAL EXECUTION - MARGIN - MARGIN CALL - MARKET MAKERMARKET ORDER - MINI ACCOUNT - OCO ORDER - OVERNIGHT - PEGGING - PIP or POINTS - POSITION - PREMIUM - QUOTE BUY SELL - ROLLOVER - SHORT POSITION - SLIPPAGE - SPOT FOREIGN EXCHANGE - SPREAD - STOP-ENTRY ORDER - STOP-LOSS ORDER - SWAP - TICK - VOLATILITY - WHIPSAW - WHISPER NUMBER

 

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