A layoff is the execution of a transaction in the market to offset a previous transaction and return to a flat position.
Less developed countries, often used when discussing the secondary debt market.
A fundamental or technical indicator that changes before the market as a whole and therefore used to predict changes in market direction.
The ratio of the transaction size to the actual investment used for margin.
An obligation of one party arising from past transactions or events.
The London Inter-Bank Offered Rate.
London International Financial Futures Exchange.
A risk management tool to buy or sell at a specific price or better.
The closing of an open position by the buying or selling of equally sized position in the opposite direction.
The degree of an asset's ability to be converted to cash at its fair market price
A market position where the trader has bought a currency.
Action taken by trader to buy a currency.
Slang for the Canadian Dollar
A standard trading term referring to an order of 100,000 unit.