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National Stock Exchange (NSE)

Second-largest stock exchange based in India.



National Stock Exchange (NSE)

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Chicago Mercantile Exchange

Chicago Mercantile Exchange

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (or Merc) was called the Chicago Butter and Egg Board until 1919 and is one of the world's largest futures exchanges. Overall the Chicago Board of Trade is probably bigger in number of contracts traded per year, but the Merc is bigger when it comes to agricultural futures and 'open interest' contracts.


Real exchange rates

Real exchange rates

Exchange rates that have been adjusted for the inflation differential between two countries.


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Fixed 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.


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Exchange members

See: Member firm; seat


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Tokyo exchange for trading futures on gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rubber, cotton yarn, and woolen yarn.


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