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Financial terms in "Global"

1. Eurodollar bond

2. Dow Jones Asian Titans 50 Index

3. Eurodollar floating-rate certificate of deposit

4. Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange

5. ADS

6. multinational

7. offshore investment

8. International Capital Market Association (ICMA)

9. Global Financial Centres Index

10. macro risk


12. foreign crowd

13. quid

14. foreign trade multiplier

15. Merchant Bank

16. Eurodollar market

17. European Union

18. z-certificate

19. Protectionism

20. Markets in Financial Instruments Directive

21. trade bloc

22. Emerging Markets Free Index

23. country basket

24. debtor nation

25. Nikkei Stock Average

26. dollar bond

27. System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval

28. Foreign Exchange Dealers' Association of India

29. World Trade Organization

30. Canadian rollover mortgage

31. Federation Internationale des Bourses de Valeurs

32. crown corporation

33. equity linked Eurobond

34. European Central Bank

35. foreign national mortgage

36. FIBV

37. FX

38. International Federation of Stock Exchanges (FIBV)

39. Australian Securities Exchange

40. International Monetary Fund

41. Old Lady

42. trade barrier

43. Special Drawing Rights

44. STOXX Limited

45. global shares

46. euro notes

47. Customs Duty

48. American Depositary Share

49. Colombo Stock Exchange

50. Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA)

51. MSCI Emerging Markets Index

52. Amman Stock Exchange

53. Eurocredit

54. grid

55. developed markets

56. central rate

57. American depositary receipt (ADR) ratio

58. portfolio investment

59. Limited Company

60. Eurozone

61. LIBOR curve

62. Tokyo Commodity Exchange


64. Euronext Lisbon

65. G-8

66. GATT


68. Little Dragons

69. International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)

70. European Depositary Receipt

71. Cambist

72. Yankee bond market

73. Eurocurrency

74. tiger economy

75. Euro Overnight Index Average

76. dutch disease

77. Dow Jones Global Titans 50 Index

78. Clearing House Automated Payment System


80. Buba

81. Emerging market

82. depositary receipt

83. Convertible Eurobond

84. incremental capital output ratio (ICOR)

85. foreign exchange

86. American Depositary Receipt

87. H shares

88. World Federation of Exchanges

89. repatriable

90. domestic bond

91. Keiretsu

92. subsidiary bank

93. Gold Pool

94. currency risk

95. international stock

96. common market

97. DAX

98. economic sanctions

99. European Community

100. export

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Relative Strength

Categories: Investing and Trading,

A stock's price change over a period of time relative to that of a market index, such as the s&p 500. The relative strength of a stock is calculated by taking the percentage price change of a stock over a set period of time and ranking it on a scale of 1 to 100 against all other stocks on the market, with 1 being worst and 100 being best. For example, a stock with a relative strength of 90 has experienced a greater increase in its price over the last year than the price increases experienced by 90% of all other stocks on the market. Some technical analysts, especially momentum investors, like stocks with high relative strength rankings, believing that stocks which have recently gone up are more likely to continue going up. Other technical analysts believe that a very high relative strength can be an indication that the stock is overbought and is ready to fall. Relative strength is really a "rear view mirror" metric, measuring only how the stock has done in the past, not how it will do in the future.

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