Trade-weighted exchange rate
Trade-weighted exchange rateThe weighted average of a country's bilateral exchange rates using bilateral trade -- exports plus imports -- as weights. Also called an effective exchange rate.
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.
Forward exchange transactionForward exchange transaction
Foreign currency purchase or sale at the current exchange rate but with payment or delivery of the foreign currency at a future date.
Foreign exchange marketForeign exchange market
The exchange market.
Share exchangeShare exchange
A facility offered by some investment trusts which enables investors to convert individual shares which they hold into shares in the investment trust cheaply and easily.
Exchange rate overshootingExchange rate overshooting
The response of an exchange rate to a shock by first moving beyond where it will ultimately settle. Thought to help explain exchange rate volatility, this was first modeled by Dornbusch (1976).
Further SuggestionsSwiss Options and Financial Futures Exchange (SOFFEX)
Securities and Exchange Commission
Foreign exchange risk
Direct Exchange Rate
Amman Stock Exchange
Kuala Lumpur Commodities Exchange (KLCE)
exchange for physicals
Foreign exchange dealer
Exchange Rate Mechanism
Flexible exchange rate
Freely floating exchange rate system
London Commodity Exchange (LCE)
London Securities and Derivatives Exchange
Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)
PPP exchange rate
Securities and commodities exchanges
New Zealand Stock Exchange
Real exchange rates
Exchange rate exposure
London Metal Exchange (LME)
Pacific Stock Exchange