A substantial rise in the market price following a decline
Range refers to the area between high and low prices a currency pair tends to trade between during a given period of time.
Real GDP reflects Gross Domestic Product that has been controlled for the effects of inflation.
A contract in which the seller of securities, such as Treasury Bills, agrees to buy them back at a specified time and price.
The amount in assets kept in case of urgent need for liquidity. For central banks, reserves are the total amount in assets held by the bank in order to guarantee the authority’s solvency and ability to conduct open market operations.
The price level in which a currency pair has difficulty trading above. At resistance, price action tends to stall before breaking above, or reverse in the opposite direction.
A measure of inflation used for wage bargaining and other purposes.
Is seen as an indicator of how successfully a corporation uses its assets to generate income. This ratio is displayed as a percentage by dividing net income by shareholder equity.
Evaluates an investment’s efficiency by measuring the amount of return for that particular investment compared to its costs.
Change in the general direction of a market, such as a rally. also called trend reversal.