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Market Order: An order to buy at the current Ask price.

Market Order: This is the execution you make when deciding to buy a currency. In other words you see a currency exchange rate quote on screen and you place a ‘market order’ when you click the button to execute the trade.


Mark to Market (or End Of Day) - Traders account for their positions in two ways: accrual or mark-to-market. An accrual system accounts only for cash flows when they occur, hence, it only shows a profit or loss when realized. The mark-to-market method values the trader`s book at the end of each working day using the closing market rates or revaluation rates. Any profit or loss is booked and the trader will start the next day with a net position.

Market Maker - A dealer who supplies prices and is prepared to buy or sell at those stated bid and ask prices. A market maker runs a trading book.

Market Order - An order to buy/sell at the best price available when the order reaches the market.

Market Risk - Risk relating to the market in general and cannot be diversified away by hedging or holding a variety of securities.

Market Maker: A market maker provides liquidity for a particular currency pair and stands ready to buy or sell that currency by displaying a bid and offer price. A market maker takes the opposite side of your trade and has the option of holding that position or partially or fully offsetting it with another dealer or within their own order book. Market makers earn their commission from the spread between the bid and offer price.

 

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