Short for Group of Seven, Group of Eight: The world's largest industrialized countries that come together at summit meetings to discuss international economic and monetary policies.
G7 plus Belgium, Netherlands and Sweden.
The five leading industrial countries - US, Germany, Japan, France, UK.
The rate at which a delta changes over time or for one unit change in the price of the underlying asset.
A technical analysis drawing tool that shows different geometric angles which can be interpreted as different levels of support and resistance.
Short for the Great Britain Pound.
The Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) since September 2006.
The purchase of a stock, asset, or any currency for investment or speculation. When you purchase, or go long, the anticipation is that price or the underlying value will increase.
The selling of a foreign currency or any instrument not owned by the seller.
The original system for supporting the value of currency issued.
A technical and charting analysis term that refers to when a short-term Moving Average crosses under a long-term Moving Average.
An order to buy or sell at a fixed price that remains in place until it is either executed or is cancelled by the trader.
The Chancellor of Exchequer of the UK since 1997 who became Prime Minister in 2007 to replace Tony Blair and was later replaced by David Cameron.
slang for the US dollar.
The total value of a country's goods and services produced within its physical boundaries in a year.
Gross domestic product plus income earned from output, income, or investment proceeds earned abroad.