Accumulation of interest on an investment, usually dependent on some kind of percentage or formula. In Forex trading, interest is accrued on open positions through rollover interest.
A trader dealing on a price that can be obtained in the market. This is in opposition to a trader who is waiting for a price to be quoted that he is willing to buy or sell at.
The active governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
Former Chairman of the Board of Governors of United States' Federal Reserve Bank.
An option that can be exercised at any time up until its expiry
A charting tool used to identify potential support and resistance levels.
An increase in the value of an asset or currency.
A trading technique used by sophisticated investors to take advantage of differences for the same asset between different markets.
A chart pattern formation that some traders use as indication of an uptrend continuation.
The price at which a trader can purchase a particular financial instrument, such as currency pairs. Also known as the offer.
Any good that has an underlying exchange value.
An order to purchase a currency at the best currently available price.
An order to purchase a currency at a specific price, or a better price than the specified price.
An option whose exercise or strike price is equal to the current market price of the underlying asset.
The sale of an asset to the highest bidder.
Short for the Australian Dollar.
Slang term for the Australian Dollar.
A technical indicator that gauges the momentum or strength of a prevailing trend regardless of its direction.
A measure of how much workers are being paid.
An option where the exercise price is based on the difference between the average spot market price and the strike price. Also called an Asian Option.
A technical indicate that measures the volatility of a currency pair or any trading instruments.