Foreign exchangeForeign currency; any currency other than a country's own.
Foreign exchangeCurrency of another country. Abbreviated Forex.
Foreign exchangeCurrencies issued by foreign countries.
Effective exchange rateEffective exchange rate
An index of a currency's value relative to a group (or basket) of other currencies, where the currencies in the basket are given weights based on the amount of trade between the countries that use the currencies. Also called a trade-weighted exchange rate.
Gold exchange standardGold exchange standard
A fixed exchange rate system adopted in the Bretton Woods agreement. It required the U.S. to peg the dollar to gold and other countries to peg their currencies to the dollar.
Flexible exchange rateFlexible exchange rate
Same as floating exchange rate.
International Petroleum Exchange (IPE)International Petroleum Exchange (IPE)
Energy futures and options exchange based in London.
Stock exchangeStock exchange
A market where securities are bought and sold. In the USA, the New York Stock Exchange is the largest exchange and in the UK, the London Stock Exchange is the equivalent largest exchange.
Further SuggestionsSecurities and Exchange Commission Rules
Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange (CS&CE)
National Stock Exchange (NSE)
Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Service
European exchange rate mechanism (ERM)
Exchange of assets
Spot exchange rates
Caracas Stock Exchange
American Stock Exchange (AMEX)
Foreign exchange broker
Ration foreign exchange
Foreign exchange market
Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSEC)
American Stock Exchange
Securities and Exchange Commission
Forward foreign exchange contract
Foreign exchange risk
Canadian Exchange Group (CEG)
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
TSE 300 (Toronto Stock Exchange 100 index)
Oslo Stock Exchange
Floating exchange rate system
Tradepoint Investment Exchange