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Refers to the use of monetary policy to expand the money supply, either by lowering interest rates or through open market operations.
Statistic that seeks to proxy current economic growth and stability. Economic indicators fall into three categories: leading, lagging and coincident.
Electronic Funds Transfer.
Principle that collective investor psychology (or crowd psychology) moves from optimism to pessimism and back again. These swings create patterns, as evidenced in the price movements of a market at every degree of trend, over durations that range from minutes to decades.
Price level/range that seems to represent a balance between demand and supply for a given currency pair.
Rate at which euro interbank term deposits within the euro zone are offered by one prime bank to another prime bank.
Bond in US dollars or other currency that is sold to investors who don't reside in the country whose currency is used.
Type of Eurobond that pays both interest and principal in euros, whose most salient feature is that they are not regulated by the SEC.
Central bank for the European Monetary Union, which consits of the countries sharing the euro.
Compared to a simple moving average, which distributes weight equally across a data series, exponential moving averages afford greater weight to recent prices/data.