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Bookmark this Handy Forex Glossary

Bookmark this Handy Forex Glossary

Timothy Shea,

CAC, PSI, LTRO, IMF – what? The euro crisis has unleashed a horde of new acronyms that forex traders need to know. Add to that a cast of characters that can be difficult to keep track of. Don’t know who Thomas Jordan, Mervyn King or the ISDA are? You should read this glossary that John Kicklighter and Lujia Lin recently put together:

READ: Key Terms, Names and Acronyms that FX Traders Should Know

Better yet, bookmark it. The next time you read the news and wonder what the EBA, LTRO, or OBR are, you’ll be glad you did. This short handy piece includes all the terms you need to know as a forex trader in March of 2012 (and likely beyond). It also includes handy links to articles with more information on many of these arcane concepts.

Please let us know what you think of our glossary and have any suggestions for other terms. Just email jkicklighter@dailyfx.com.

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