Finance Dictionary

Financial PolicyThese are the policies that the state implements to ensure that the economy reaches full employment and ensure fair income distribution, using tools such as taxes and public spending.
ManipulationFalse, inaccurate, misleading or unsubstantiated information that may affect the supply and demand of stock market instruments.
Margin Call Call for collateral completion.
Margin Guarantee, assurance
The Central BankThe bank, which was established for functions such as issuing money, examining the money market, keeping gold and foreign exchange reserves under control, and responsible for executing the country’s monetary and credit policy.
The Main Purpose Of Central BankEnsure price stability.
Momentum Technical indicator that determines the speed of price changes.
Monopoly MarketIt is a market where there is only one company and there are no other goods that can be easily replaced by the goods that this company produces and sells.
CandlestickIt is one of the basic forms used in the graphical representation of the price, which presents the opening, closing, lowest, highest and price direction information during the period.
NASDAQ An index consisting of the 100 stocks with the highest trading volume of the US stock market.
NIKKEIThe index consisting of 225 shares with the highest trading volume of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Oligopoly Market It is a type of market dominated by a small number of componies. Prices are strict.
OPEC The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries .
Option It is a contract in which the buyer pays a certain premium to the seller, which gives him the right to buy or sell a certain amount of a financial product for a certain value, on a certain date or up to a certain date, for an advanced period, provided that it fixes its price from today.
Organized MarketThey are markets that are institutionalized by the relevant country’s supervisory authority with their members, rules and methods.
Average Hourly EarningsThe change in the hourly wage earned by employees determines the inflation rate, which is contained in the salaries paid to workers working in the non-agricultural sector.
OscillatorIndicator group that determines the overbought/sold regions of the prices in the market.
Balance of PaymentsIt is a table showing the transactions related to goods, services and income between a country and the rest of the world in a year, the reserves held by this economy and the rights and obligations towards the rest of the world.
Money SupplyIs the name given to the stock of money.
Money MarketIt is the market faced by financial products that are subject to purchase and sale with a expiration of less than 1 year.
Monetary PolicyPolicy implemented by the central bank.
ParityThe value of one currency versus another currency
Pip It is the smallest unit in which an investment instrument can act as a price.
Pivot The average of the price in a given period.
Market OrderIt is the type of order in which the order is immediately executed at the best price.
MarketThe environment facing the buyer and seller.
What are PMI indicators? How many types of PMI indicators are there?Leading indicators showing the change in economic activities. Manufacturing, Service, Production.
Political RiskInvestment risk that may arise due to a political reason.
Policy RateIndicator Interest Rate
PositionA transaction opened on the market for the purpose of generating income.
RegulationInspection system.
Repo/Reverse Repo Buy back with a commitment to sell/Give back with a commitment to buy back.
Recession/ EasinessEconomic disorder caused by the tendency of growth figures to turn negative for at least 2 periods.
What is Risk ? How many kind of risks are there ?The situation in which the probability of occurrence of events is known. Political / Foreign exchange / Credit / Technological / Operational / Interest
Trading Time The trading time range.
Sell Limit A sell order placed above the current price.
Sell StopA sell order placed below the current price.
Sentix The company that measures the economic indicators of the European Region.
Open MarketMarkets are the markets where you are free to transfer or lease the goods and services you want to anyone you want, at any time, place and condition. Full competition conditions apply.
Capital MarketIt is the market faced by financial products that are subject to purchase and sale with a expiration of less than 1 year.
Short PositionSales position.
SP500 An index consisting of the 500 stocks with the highest trading volume of the US stock market.
SpeculationAn attempt to make money by taking risks based on the price change of the market.
  
Spot MarketA spot market is a market in which the purchase or sale of a product is carried out no more than two weekdays after the price set on the transaction date.
Spread It is the market where a product is bought or sold on the transaction date.
StagflationIt is an economic disorder in which unemployment and inflation are seen together.
StockAll of the goods available for sale
Stop Loss It’s an order to stop the loss.
Stop Out The brokerage company intervenes in the client’s open positions when its sustainable collateral becomes insufficient.
Maintenance MarginIt is the minimum level of collateral required to maintain the transaction.
Swap It is an act of exchanging one thing for another.
BondGovernment domestic debt securities with a maturity of more than 1 year.
  
Take Profit This is the order to receive profit.
  
DemandIt is the consumer’s desire to buy.
Non-farm Payroll                                               It shows the monthly change in employment outside the agricultural sector, that is, how many new hires there were in the US in the previous month in total. It is the most decisive data in the case of employment.
Technical AnalysisIt is an attempt to understand the reflection of values and images calculated using mathematical realities used to make investment decisions on prices.
Fundamental AnalysisIt is an attempt to understand their reflection on prices by examining all the political, cultural, natural, and political developments used to make investment decisions.
Over-the-Counter MarketThey are markets that are not institutionalized by the supervisory authority of the relevant country with their members, rules and methods.
Trade EquilibriumThe difference in value between a country’s imports and exports of goods and services in a given period.
TraderThey are the ones who buy and sell in the market.
Trading It is a general list of all methods and positions used to trade in Forex.
Trend Course, Propensity (Main,intermediate and Minor Trend)
Consumer Price Index The index that measures the price change of the consumer.
Producer Price IndexThe index that measures the price change of the producer.
Consumer ConfidenceThe indicator that measures consumers’ assessments of the country’s economies.
Value-DateIt is the name given to the process of physical fulfillment of an agreed transaction by mutual exchange.
VolatilityMeasurement rhe risk of security in the market.
Zew The company that measures economic indicators of the European Region.
Required ReserveBanks are obligated to block a certain part of the deposited deposit by depositing it with the Central Bank before it can be used as a loan.

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