Foreign exchangeForeign currency; any currency other than a country's own.
Foreign exchangeCurrency of another country. Abbreviated Forex.
Foreign exchangeCurrencies issued by foreign countries.
Applies mainly to convertible securities. Means the issuer, if so stated, may substitute a convertible debenture for an existing convertible preferred with identical terms. Most often used when a corporation has an immediate need for equity capital and a low tax rate, and expects either or both conditions to change. This would make the debenture less attractive if the interest tax-deductibility is lost.
Securities and Exchange Commission RulesSecurities and Exchange Commission Rules
Rules enacted by the SEC to assist in the regulation of US financial SEC.
Shanghai Stock ExchangeShanghai Stock Exchange
One of two major securities markets in China.
International Stock Exchange of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (ISE)International Stock Exchange of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (ISE)
Organization that ../../finance-glossary/d the London stock exchange after its merger with the International Securities Regulatory Organization (ISRO).
Copenhagen Stock ExchangeCopenhagen Stock Exchange
The only securities exchange in Denmark. It features electronic trading of stocks, bonds, futures, and options.
Further SuggestionsOslo Stock Exchange
Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX)
exchange for physicals
Commodities Exchange Center (CEC)
Exchange stabilization fund
Spot exchange rates
Stock Exchange Daily Official List code
London Securities and Derivatives Exchange
Forward foreign exchange rate
South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX)
Gold exchange standard
Exchange of stock
Stock Exchange Pool Nominee
Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange (CS&CE)
Foreign exchange controls
Forward exchange rate
National Stock Exchange (NSE)
Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE)
Exchange of assets
Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK)
Direct Exchange Rate