Short for Treasury Bill.
|Take Profit Order
An order to buy or sell a currency pair which, when executed, would result in a realizing a profit on all or a portion of an open trade. For example, if a trader is long 1 lot of EURUSD at 1.3500 and has a take profit order set at 1.3510, if the market goes to 1.3510 his take profit order will be executed for a 10 pip or $100 profit on his 1 lot trade.
|Terms of Trade
The ratio between export and import price indices.
A measure of the sensitivity of the price of an option to a change in its time to expiry.
A market in which trading volume is low and where the bid and ask quotes are wide. In a thin market, the liquidity of the instruments traded are low.
A measurement of trading activity that represents the size of the contract.
The cost at financial instrument or security is bought or sold.
Potential profit and loss generated by current foreign exchange transactions
The total money value of all carried out transactions during a given time period.
|Two – Way Price
An example of a two-way price would be EURUSD at 1.3600/1.3602. It is a quote in the foreign exchange market that indicates a bid and an offer.
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