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  • Financial instrument – a market product type of the financial environment (namely currency, shares, futures, options, etc.)
  • Fixed Exchange Rate– Official rate set by monetary authorities for one or more currencies
  • Flat – a period, when the price stays within the same range.
  • Flat/square – Dealer jargon used to describe a position that has been completely reversed, e.g. you bought $1,000 then sold $1,000, thereby creating a neutral (flat) position.
  • Floating Exchange Rates – Floating exchange rates refer to the value of a currency as decided by supply and demand
  • Foreign Exchange – is the simultaneous buying of one currency while selling another.
  • Fundamental Analysis – focuses on the economic forces of supply and demand that causes price movement.
  • Futures Contract– An obligation to execute a trade at a set price on a future predetermined date.

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