A technical indicator developed by Nicholas Darvas to identify breakouts.
Current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Former Governor of the Bank of Canada.
A buy or sell order that if not executed is canceled at the end of the day.
A trade that is opened and closed in the same day.
A trader who's style of trading is characterized by opening and closing positions of the same pair within the day.
The date when a transaction is agreed upon.
An individual who acts as a counterparty to a transaction.
A "desk" where the transactions for buying and selling of securities occur. Also known as a trading desk.
A technical and charting analysis term that refers to when a short-term Moving Average crosses under a long-term Moving Average.
The last date when a buyer of an option can notify the seller of that option of his intention to exercise the option.
A negative balance of trade.
The settlement of a transaction by receipt or tender of a financial instrument or currency.
The date of maturity of the contract, when the final settlement of transaction is made by exchanging the currencies.
An additional risk to be factored into any transaction.
The ratio comparing the change in the price of the underlying asset to the corresponding change in the price of a derivative.
A decrease in the value of an asset or currency.
A contract that changes in value in relation to the price movements of an underlying security, future or other physical instrument.
A chart pattern formation that some traders use as indication of a downtrend continuation.
Term referring to a group dealing with a specific currency or currencies.
The act by a government to lessen the external value of its currency.
Diamond formations are chart patterns showing a top or bottom and signal a reversal of a trend.
Quoting in fixed units of foreign currency against variable amounts of the domestic currency.
A technical indicator developed by J. Welles Wilder for identifying whether a trend exists.
When an asset is listed at a price that is less than the spot price.
The interest rate the federal reserve bank charges to banks for borrowing its money.
An account in which the customer allows a trading institution to act on the customer's behalf in buying and selling currency exchange pairs.
A situation where the trend of an indicator fails to confirm the trend of the price movement.
A candlestick which represents a relatively large price range between the high and low, but very narrow range between open and closing price.
A variable amount of a foreign currency is quoted against one US Dollar.
The interest rates applicable to deposits domiciled in the country of origin. Value and values may vary from Euro deposits due to taxation and varying market practices.
A chart pattern formation that may indicate possible bullish future price movements.
A chart pattern formation that may indicate bearish future price movements
The sentiment of the central bank when it is looking to stimulate the economy and feels rates are too high for its policy.
A fundamental economic indicator that measures the strength of manufacturing.