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.
Shanghai Stock ExchangeShanghai Stock Exchange
One of two major securities markets in China.
Stock Exchange, Mumbai (BSE)Stock Exchange, Mumbai (BSE)
Formerly the Bombay stock exchange, the BSE accounts for more than one-third of Indian trading volume.
New York Mercantile ExchangeNew York Mercantile Exchange
Following the merger with the Commodity Exchange (COMEX) in 1994, the exchange operates two divisions that is, NYMEX which deals in futures and options on a number of products including crude oil, heating oil and platinum and COMEX which deals in futures and options on copper, gold and silver.
Baltic ExchangeBaltic Exchange
A self regulated London exchange serving world wide interests. It is the world's premier maritime market for ship chartering and sale and purchase. The Exchange publishes a range of market information and freight derivatives price settlements.
Recognised Investment ExchangeRecognised Investment Exchange
An investment exchange which meets the requirements for recognition under the Financial Services Act 1986 and is approved by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
Further SuggestionsLondon Commodity Exchange
Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSEC)
Exchange rate overshooting
Pegged exchange rate
London Stock Exchange
International Petroleum Exchange (IPE)
Exchange rate exposure
Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)
Effective exchange rate
Stock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) International
Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE)
Canadian Exchange Group (CEG)
Real exchange rate
Stock Exchange Daily Official List code
Trade-weighted exchange rate
Karachi Stock Exchange
Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Budapest Stock Exchange
Nominal exchange rate
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
Sao Paulo Stock Exchange
Bill of exchange
Helsinki Exchanges (HEX)
South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX)