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A transaction for the exchange of one currency for another.
 
A transaction for the exchange of one currency for another.
  
  
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Any currency other than the domestic currency.
 
Any currency other than the domestic currency.
  
  
Often represented as FX or FOREX.
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The market for foreign exchange transactions.
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4. ''Trading and investment.''
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A market position whose value depends on a foreign exchange rate, or sometimes more than one rate.
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Often abbreviated to FX, Forex or FOREX.
  
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[CertFMM]]
 
 
* [[Currency forward contract]]
 
* [[Currency forward contract]]
 
* [[Dealer]]
 
* [[Dealer]]
 
* [[Economic foreign exchange exposure]]
 
* [[Economic foreign exchange exposure]]
 
* [[Exchange rate]]
 
* [[Exchange rate]]
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* [[Foreign currency]]
 
* [[Foreign currency option]]
 
* [[Foreign currency option]]
 
* [[Foreign exchange portal]]
 
* [[Foreign exchange portal]]
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* [[Foreign exchange rate]]
 
* [[Foreign exchange risk]]
 
* [[Foreign exchange risk]]
 
* [[Foreign exchange settlement risk]]
 
* [[Foreign exchange settlement risk]]
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* [[Forward foreign exchange rate]]
 
* [[Forward foreign exchange rate]]
 
* [[Forward points]]
 
* [[Forward points]]
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* [[FX Global Code]]
 
* [[FXJSC]]
 
* [[FXJSC]]
 
* [[IAS 21]]
 
* [[IAS 21]]
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* [[Inversion]]
 
* [[Inversion]]
 
* [[Quoted currency]]
 
* [[Quoted currency]]
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* [[Spot rate]]
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* [[Transfer risk]]
  
 
[[Category:Manage_risks]]
 
[[Category:Manage_risks]]

Latest revision as of 00:52, 13 January 2020

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A transaction for the exchange of one currency for another.


2.

Any currency other than the domestic currency.


3.

The market for foreign exchange transactions.


4. Trading and investment.

A market position whose value depends on a foreign exchange rate, or sometimes more than one rate.


Often abbreviated to FX, Forex or FOREX.


See also