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The Forex quick guide for beginners and private traders

Tau Expresses the price change of an option for a percentage

change in the implied volatility.

T-Bill Treasury Bill.

Technical Analysis

The study of the price that reflects the supply and demand

factors of a currency. Common methods are flags, trendlines

spikes, bottoms, tops, pennants, patterns and gaps.

Technical Correction An adjustment to price not based on market sentiment but

technical factors such as volume and charting.

Tender (1) A formal offer to supply or purchase goods or services.

(2) In the UK, the term for the weekly Treasury Bill issue.

Terme (French) Period.

Terms of Trade The ratio between export and import price indices.

Theta A measure of the sensitivity of the price of an option to a

change in its time to expiry.

Thin Market

A market in which trading volume is low and in which

consequently bid and ask quotes are wide and the liquidity

of the instrument traded is low.

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Value Definition

TIBOR Tokyo Inter-bank Offered Rate.

Tick A minimum change in price, up or down.

Ticket See Deal Slip

TIFFE Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange.

Time Value

That part of an option premium which reflects the length of

time remaining in the option prior to expiration. The longer

the time remaining until expiration, the higher the time

value.

Today/Tomorrow

Simultaneous buying of a currency for delivery the following

day and selling for the spot day, or vice versa. Also referred

to as overnight.

Tomorrow Next (Tom

next)

Simultaneous buying and selling of a currency for delivery

the following day and selling for the next day or vice versa.

Tradable Amount Smallest transaction size acceptable.

Trade Balance

The Trade Balance is a measure of the difference between

imports and exports of tangible good and services. The level

of the trade balance, and changes in exports and imports,

are widely followed by foreign exchange markets.

Trade Date The date on which a trade occurs.

Trade Deficit/Surplus The difference between the value of imports and exports,

often only reported in visible trade terms.

Trade Ticket See Deal Ticket.

Tranche (French) A portion of. Specifically used for borrowings from

the IMF.

Transaction The buying or selling of securities resulting from the

execution of an order.

Transaction Date The date on which a trade occurs.

Transaction Exposure Potential profit or loss generated by current foreign

exchange transactions.

Translation Loss/Profit

When consolidating into the base currency, the calculation

of loss or profit resulting from the valuation of foreign

assets and liabilities for balance sheet purposes.

Treasury Bills

Short-term obligations of a Government issued for periods

of one year or less. Treasury bills do not carry a rate of

interest, but are issued at a discount on the par value.

Treasury bills are repaid at par on the due date. In the UK

they are normally for 91 days, and are offered at weekly

tenders. In the US they are auctioned.

Treasury Bonds Government obligations with maturities of ten years or

more.

Treasury Notes Government obligations with maturities more than one

year, but less than ten years.

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Value Definition

Treasury Stock

Previously issued stock that has been repurchased by,

donated to or otherwise acquired by the issuing firm.

Treasury stocks pay no dividends and have no voting

privileges.

Troc, Troquer (French) FX term for swap.

Turnover

The total money value of currency contracts traded which is

calculated by multiplying size by the number of contracts

traded.

Two-Way Quotation When a dealer quotes both buying and selling rates for

foreign exchange transactions.

 


 

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