A credit provided by the broker to his client for making large volume deals with a relatively small amount of capital.
LIBID stands for London Interbank Bid Rate. LIBOR stands for London Interbank Offered Rate.
An order to buy or sell the given amount of an asset at a specified price or at a better one. For example, if the current price of USD/JPY is 108.24/108.26 (Bid/Ask), the trader can set a buy limit order, for example, at 107.50, if the price falls and the Ask price reaches 107.50, the deal will be made and the corresponding Buy position will be opened.
A market where traders can buy and sell large volumes of assets anytime and with low transaction costs.
The feature of the market (its volume) to provide the execution of large deals with no significant influence on prices.
This list contains stocks which are approved for trading on the stock exchanges. Before you get to the stock in the list, the shares go through the admission procedure - listing. Only companies that have been checked for compliance with certain requirements, such as capitalization, volumes of products sold, the number of securities in circulation, and others, are admitted to trading.
Standard quantity of financial assets in one transaction.