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Foreign exchange

• Currency from another country.

• Refers to currencies other than the United States dollar. It also refers to transactions, activities, and operations for trading, hedging, and investing in multiple currencies.

 
 

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 Embedded terms in definition
 Currency
Hedging
Trading
 
 Related Terms
 
1035 exchange
American stock exchange
Bill of exchange
Chicago mercantile exchange
Commodities exchange center
Controlled foreign corporation
Currencies and major foreign market hedge funds
Exchange
Exchange controls
Exchange for physicals
Exchange of assets
Exchange of stock
Exchange offer
Exchange rate
Exchange rate mechanism
Exchange rate risk
Exchange rate risk capital budgeting
Exchange risk
Exchange traded fund
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Fixed exchange rate
Floating exchange rate
Foreign
Foreign affiliate
Foreign banking market
Foreign bond
Foreign bond market
Foreign currency
Foreign currency effects
Foreign currency option
Foreign currency translation
Foreign direct investment
Foreign equity market
Foreign exchange controls
Foreign exchange dealer
Foreign exchange fx risk
Foreign exchange manager
Foreign exchange rate
Foreign exchange risk
Foreign exchange swap
Foreign market
Foreign market beta
Foreign sales corporation
Foreign subsidiary
Foreign tax credit
Forward exchange rate
Gold exchange standard
Historical exchange rate
Integrated foreign subsidiary
London international financial futures exchange
Membership or a seat on the exchange
New york stock exchange
Nominal exchange rate
Organized exchange
Philadelphia stock exchange
Ratio of exchange
Ratio of exchange in market price
Real exchange rates
Securities and exchange commission
Securities and exchange commission sec
Securities exchange act of 1934
Self sustaining foreign subsidiary
Simex singapore international monetary exchange
Spot exchange rate
Stock exchange
The exchange

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