Ration foreign exchange
Ration foreign exchangeTo ration access to scarce foreign currency under a pegged exchange rate with an over-valued currency. Usually done by means of import licensing. See exchange control.
London Metal Exchange (LME)London Metal Exchange (LME)
A market for trading base metals, where traded options contracts are available against the underlying futures contract.
Flexible exchange rateFlexible exchange rate
Same as floating exchange rate.
New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)
A wholly owned subsidiary of the NYSE that NYSE NYSE and futures NYSE on the NYSE composite index.
Bilateral exchange rateBilateral exchange rate
The exchange rate between two countries' currencies, defined as the number of units of either currency needed to purchase one unit of the other.
Historical exchange rateHistorical exchange rate
An accounting term that refers to the exchange rate in effect at the time an asset or liability is acquired.
Further SuggestionsStock Exchange Automated Trading System PLUS
Helsinki Exchanges (HEX)
Stock Exchange of Thailand
Shanghai Stock Exchange
Exchange Rate Mechanism
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE)
New York Mercantile Exchange
Spot exchange rates
London Metal Exchange
Principal Exchange Rated Linked Securities (PERLS)
Warsaw Stock Exchange
Caracas Stock Exchange
Amsterdam Exchange (AEX)
Foreign exchange risk
Bill of exchange
organised securities exchange
Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange (CS&CE)
Effective exchange rate
London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange