European Financial Stability Fund (Euroval)
Known as the Euro, it is the European Financial Stability Fund, established to support indebted euro area countries.
European System of Central Banks
The combination of the European Central Bank and the national central banks of each Member States of the European Union.
It is the first day when the bondholder and the payment of the yield are not entitled to each other.
Day where a security is deprived of a designated right, and it begins to be traded.
Indication of the day where a right is deprived of the security and begins to be traded without said right.
The term referred to a payment relation of dividends. German shares are usually one day after the general meeting at which the profit was fixed. Depositors who have acquired a holding up to a day before receiving the ex-day a dividend paid.
Indicator to tell if the security is traded without entitlement to a dividend.
First day for a shareholder where it is not entitled to a dividend.
Message sent to the market participant from the stock exchange. It usually confirms if the limit order has been created or canceled at the participant’s request. It can also inform of an existing limit order that has been traded partially or fulfilled.
Settlement of an order by a broker.
A term used in trading options where the option holder can exercise it.
The ETF is an index stock that copies a selected index’s development or other underlying assets.
The time where trade is terminated.
Plans of an investor to end its investment.
Not often negotiable currencies or not very liquid currencies. They are from third-world or developing countries; it has almost zero interest in trading and possesses little to no trading volume.
Expansive Monetary Policy
It has the task of increasing the supply of money to the economy. It can be done by lowering interest rates. Cheap money can then increase household spending and boost investment.
It usually leads to an increase in economic growth, a decrease in unemployment and an increase in inflation. The expansive policy is accompanied by a reduction in interest rates or an increase in the state budget deficit.
A total cost ratio to net assets in the last month. It is an indicator that gives a glimpse to investors of the fund’s effectiveness.
A MetaTrader tool that allows the automated trading process by using predefined formulas to place orders and other operations on the trading platform.
The day when the option to trade commodity or options contract ends.
Exponential moving average
The EMA is a several day exponential average price with an indication of buying and selling.
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