Bill of exchange
Bill of exchangeAny document demanding payment.
Bill of exchangeGeneral term for a document demanding payment.
Bill of exchangeAn order in writing by one person to another to pay a specified sum to a specified person or bearer on a particular date.The person making the order or drawing the bill is known as the drawerThe person to whom the bill is addressed is the drawee (for example a bank)The person to whom the bill is payable is the payee
Exchange RatioExchange Ratio
The number of new shares in an acquiring firm that are timed for each outstanding share of an acquired firm.
National Stock Exchange (NSE)National Stock Exchange (NSE)
Second-largest stock exchange based in India.
American Stock Exchange (AMEX)American Stock Exchange (AMEX)
Stock exchange with the third highest volume of trading in the US Located at 86 Trinity Place in downtown Manhattan. The bulk of trading on AMEX consists of index options (computer technology index, institutional index, major market index) and shares of small to medium-sized companies are predominant. Recently merged with Nasdaq See: Curb.
Exchange offerExchange offer
An offer by a firm to give one security, such as a bond or preferred stock, in exchange for another security, such as shares of common stock.
Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)
Established after World War II, one of the three major securities markets in Japan.
Further SuggestionsOslo Stock Exchange
Exchange Delivery Settlement Price
Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange
Pacific Stock Exchange
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Exchange rate overshooting
New York Mercantile Exchange
Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)
New Zealand Stock Exchange
Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Service
Exchange of stock
Indirect Exchange Rate
Helsinki Exchanges (HEX)
Stock Exchange of Singapore (SES)
Foreign exchange broker
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)
Canadian Exchange Group (CEG)
Exchange Rate Mechanism
Istanbul Stock Exchange
Commodities Exchange Center (CEC)
Securities and Exchange Commission
Foreign exchange risk
New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)
London Commodity Exchange