15 December 2021 By GO Markets


Trading terms glossary


Quantitative easing
An economic monetary policy intended to lower interest rates and increase money supply can be defined as Quantitative easing (QE). It saw an increase in profile and use after the 2008 financial crash and subsequent recession.

Quote currency
The second currency listed in a forex pair is termed as the quote currency. It is also known as the counter currency.

The price at which an asset was last traded, or the price at which it can be currently bought or sold is defined as Quote

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