Philip Morris International Inc
|May 25, 2020|
Positions on the same instrument but in opposite directions (buying and selling), opened with a certain time lag for fixing losses on the first open position. If a lock of the same amount is applied, a change in the price of a financial instrument will no longer affect the deposit capital, since losses in one position will be offset by profits in another. Traders often use the lock as a pause needed to assess the market, monitor its dynamics, and make a final decision on which direction to unlock the locked funds.
A technical analysis indicator that shapes trend lines connecting the main peaks and bases on the price chart while filtering out minor price fluctuations. It shows the most significant reversals and rollbacks of the market without predicting further price movements.
A system in which the exchange rate of the national currency is not fixed at a certain level, but at the same time the monetary authorities try to regulate it. On the one hand, small fluctuations in the exchange rate can be smoothed out by buying up the national currency if there is a threat that the rate will decline. Similarly, the currency can be sold if the exchange rate is free to rise. You can also influence the exchange rate by pursuing a certain macroeconomic policy.
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