Forex

A cambist is an expert in foreign exchange.
Currency risk, also called foreign-exchange risk or exchange-rate risk, is the risk that changes in the relative value of certain currencies will reduce the value of investments denominated in a foreign
D-mark is slang for deutschmark, the national currency of Germany until it joined the European Union in 2002.
Daily cut-off is a term signifying the end of the trading day for foreign exchange markets.
Devaluation refers to a decrease in a currency's value with respect to other currencies.
E-micro forex futures are currency futures contracts that are a 10th the size of a standard futures contract. 
An ECN broker is a person who uses electronic communications networks to give clients access to buyers and sellers in the currency markets.
An exchange rate between two countries' currencies indicates the value of one currency relative to the other. 
Exchange-rate risk, also called currency risk, is the risk that changes in the relative value of certain currencies will reduce the value of investments denominated in a foreign currency.
A fixed exchange rate pegs one country's currency to another country’s currency. It is also known as a pegged exchange rate.
A floating exchange rate refers to changes in a currency's value relative to another currency (or currencies).
Foreign currency effects refer to the fluctuations in returns on offshore investments as a result of changes in the value of the investment's denominated currency against that of the domestic currency.
Foreign Exchange, also known as  Forex or FX, is an over-the-counter market. Forex trading is how individuals, banks, and businesses convert one currency into another.  It is considered the largest liquid
Foreign-exchange risk refers to the potential for loss from exposure to foreign exchange rate fluctuations.
Hard currency is currency that has been adopted as an acceptable payment method in multiple countries.
A hard loan is a loan between a lender and borrower in different countries that is denominated in a hard currency.
An international currency exchange rate is the rate at which one currency converts to another.
A key currency is a currency used to set the exchange rate in an international transaction.
Major pairs are the four pairs of currencies that are most commonly traded in the foreign exchange markets.
Used in foreign exchange (forex), a negative carry pair refers to a situation in which the investor buys the currency of a country with low interest rates and shorts the currency of a country with high
Net interest rate differential is the difference in interest rates associated with two different currencies or two different economic regions.
An offshore banking unit is a bank branch in another country.
Also called secondary currency or counter currency, a quote currency is the currency in a currency pair.
A weak currency is a currency that is going down in value.
A weak dollar is used to describe the United States' currency decreasing in value relative to other currencies.
Xenocurrency is a currency that trades in foreign markets.