Exchange controlRationing of foreign exchange, typically used when the exchange rate is fixed and the central bank is unable or unwilling to enforce the rate by exchange-market intervention.
Fixed exchange rateFixed exchange rate
Usually synonymous with a pegged exchange rate. Although "fixed" seems to imply less likelihood of change, in practice countries seldom if ever achieve a truly fixed rate.
New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)
A wholly owned subsidiary of the NYSE that NYSE NYSE and futures NYSE on the NYSE composite index.
Nagoya Stock ExchangeNagoya Stock Exchange
Established after World War II, one of the three major securities markets in Japan.
London Commodity Exchange (LCE)London Commodity Exchange (LCE)
Merged with the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange in 1996.
Helsinki Exchanges (HEX)Helsinki Exchanges (HEX)
The Helsinki Exchanges (HEX Ltd., Helsinki Securities and Derivatives Exchange and Clearing House) was formed at the beginning of 1998 following the merger of the Helsinki Stock Exchange Ltd. and SOM Ltd., the Securities and Derivatives Exchange, and the Clearing House.
Further SuggestionsSurveillance department of exchanges
Colombo Stock Exchange
Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE)
Exchange rate exposure
Singapore International Monetary Exchange (SIMEX)
Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)
American Stock Exchange (AMEX)
Foreign exchange market
Flexible exchange rate
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
Securities and Exchange Commission Rules
Commodities Exchange Center (CEC)
Wiener Borse (Austrian Stock Exchange)
Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)
South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX)
Purchasing power parity exchange rate
Forward exchange transaction
Karachi Stock Exchange
Jakarta Stock Exchange