Exchange rate regime
Exchange rate regimeThe rules under which a country's exchange rate is determined, especially the way the monetary or other government authorities do or do not intervene in the exchange market. Regimes include floating exchange rates, pegged exchange rate, managed float, crawling peg, currency board, and exchange controls.
Securities Exchange Act of 1934Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Legislation that created the SEC, outlawing dishonest practices in the SEC of SEC.
Bill of exchangeBill of exchange
General term for a document demanding payment.
London Securities and Derivatives ExchangeLondon Securities and Derivatives Exchange
An integrated exchange and clearing house for futures and options derivatives based mainly on the Swedish and Norwegian equity markets. Products include futures and options on the OMX Swedish equity index (the 30 most liquid shares traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange), the OBX Norwegian equity index (the 25 most traded stocks on the Oslo Stock Exchange), Swedish equity futures and options and Norwegian equity futures and options.
PPP exchange ratePPP exchange rate
Purchasing power parity exchange rate
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
Also known as the Big Board or the Exchange.
Further SuggestionsStock Exchange Daily Official List code
bill of exchange
Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK)
Colombo Stock Exchange
Mexican Stock Exchange
exchange traded fund
American Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX)
organised securities exchange
Shenzhen Stock Exchange
London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE)
TSE 300 (Toronto Stock Exchange 100 index)
Nominal exchange rate
Stock Exchange Automated Quotation system
New York Cotton Exchange (NYCE)
Jakarta Stock Exchange
Exchange equalization fund
Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)
Exchange stabilization fund
Sao Paulo Stock Exchange
Malaysia Commodity Exchange
Exchange rate exposure
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)