New York Stock Exchange
New York Stock ExchangeThe world's largest stock exchange with well over 3,000 companies listed and a market capitalisation of trillions of dollars. The NYSE is a truly international exchange, with nearly 400 non-American companies listed.
Foreign exchange marketForeign exchange market
Largely banks that serve firms and consumers who may wish to buy or sell various currencies.
Pegged exchange ratePegged exchange rate
A regime in which the government or central bank announces an official (par value) of its currency and then maintains the actual market rate within a narrow band above and below that by means of exchange market intervention.
Sao Paulo Stock ExchangeSao Paulo Stock Exchange
See: Bolsa de Valores de Sao Paulo
Exchange stabilization fundExchange stabilization fund
A government institution sometimes used to handle exchange market intervention, charged with the explicit function of smoothing exchange rate fluctuations.
Exchange rate determinationExchange rate determination
The process by which a country's exchange rate comes to be what it is. With a floating exchange rate, this may be modeled in various ways, including the elasticities approach, the monetary approach, the portfolio approach, and the asset approach.
Further Suggestionsforeign exchange
Exchange rate overshooting
European Options Exchange (EOE)
Equilibrium exchange rate
Favorable exchange rate
London Commodity Exchange (LCE)
Gold exchange standard
Principal Exchange Rated Linked Securities (PERLS)
Foreign exchange risk
New York Cotton Exchange (NYCE)
Budapest Stock Exchange
Stock Exchange of Thailand
Stock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) International
Wiener Borse (Austrian Stock Exchange)
Regional stock exchanges
Singapore International Monetary Exchange (SIMEX)
Spot exchange rates
Recognised Investment Exchange
Boston Exchange Automated Communication Order Routing Network (BEACON)
PPP exchange rate
International Stock Exchange of the UK and the Republic of Ireland (ISE)