Short for Economic Watchers Survey, a Japanese confidence indicator that gauges the sentiment of businesses at the street level.
Reflects the impact of foreign exchange changes on the future competitive position of a company in the sense of the impact it can have on the future cash flows of the company.
A government issued statistic that indicates current economic growth and stability.
An attempt to summarize the effects on a country's trade balance of its currency's changes against other currencies.
Electronic Fund Transfer.
In the Euro Interbank deposit market where both bid and offer rates for a particular period are the same.
A technical analysis theory that suggests a certain natural wave property to price movements.
A economic indicator of the U.S. that measures the growth rate and inflation of labor cost.
A candlestick pattern that suggests strength of a current candlestick that has a larger body than a previous.
The change in the price of an option associated with a 1% change in implied volatility (technically the first derivative of the option price with respect to volatility).
A price region, which suggests a balance between demand and supply for a currency pair in the marketplace.
Exchange Rate Mechanism.
Short for the Euro.
The common currency adopted by eleven European nations(Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Portugal) on January 1, 1999.
The central bank of the European Union.
A basket of the EU member currencies.
A system of integration between participating members of the European Union.
The precursor to the European Economic Monetary Union
A group of European countries who's goal is to integrate economically to create barrier-free trade zones.
The potential loss that could be incurred from an adverse movement in exchange rates.
The Process of finishing an order or deal.
The price at which an option can be exercised.
A less broadly traded currency.
The last date after which the option can no longer be exercised.
The potential for running a profit or loss from fluctuations in market prices.