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Fixed exchange rate
Fixed Income Investments
Floating Exchange Rate
Forward Exchange Rate
Investments Funds of the Monetary Market Assets.
A numeric sequence that expresses the development over time of a determined variable or financial magnitude. It takes into account as reference or base one data point and expresses subsequent data points I relation to that data point.
Fixed exchange rate.
Exchange rate between two currencies that are fixed by the Central Monetary authority.
A security that pays a specific interest rate, such as a bond, money market instrument, or preferred stock. Profitability is dependant on results obtained by the issuing entity.
Fixed Income Investments.
Investments that generate a fixed amount of income that does not vary over the life of the investment.
Floating Exchange Rate.
Currency exchange rate, which is determined by free market forces, rather than being fixed by a government.
Funds that are 95% made up of Treasury securities.
Forward Exchange Rate.
The exchange rate set today for a foreign currency transaction with payment or delivery at some future date.
A contract obligating one party to buy and another other party to sell a financial instrument, equity, commodity or currency at a specific future date.
A method of security valuation which involves examining the company's financials and operations, especially sales, earnings, growth potential, assets, debt, management, products, and competition. Fundamental analysis takes into consideration only those variables that are directly related to the company itself, rather than the overall state of the market or technical analysis data.
The value at some point in the future of a present amount of money.
A standardized, transferable, exchange-traded contract that requires delivery of a commodity, bond, currency, or stock index, at a specified price, on a specified future date. Unlike options, futures convey an obligation to buy.
An organized market in which futures are listed on a wide range of underlying assets.