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Financial terms in "International Trade"

1. Customs Broker

2. clearance certificate

3. Landed Costs

4. Balance of trade

5. common market

6. trade surplus

7. free trade

8. border tax adjustment

9. Exports

10. balance of payments surplus

11. customs barrier

12. European Economic Area

13. invisible trade

14. import penetration

15. Bonded Warehouse

16. import

17. Customs Duty

18. balance of payments deficit

19. embargo

20. MFN

21. Trade War

22. Inland Revenue

23. World Trade Organization

24. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

25. customs entry point

26. EEA

27. OPEC

28. ECGD

29. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

30. Most Favored Nation

31. offshoring

32. one-way trade

33. debtor nation

34. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

35. OECD

36. GATT

37. Customs Union


39. international trade

40. import surcharge

41. landing order

42. free trade zone

43. Export-Import Bank

44. Balance of payments

45. tariff

46. Quota

47. protective tariff

48. Advising bank

49. EFTA

50. Invisibles

51. Dumping

52. Countervailing Duty

53. trade barrier

54. BOP

55. visible

56. quota system

57. anti-dumping

58. Country risk

59. EEC

60. open economy

61. customs seal

62. fair trade

63. Trade balance

64. economic sanctions

65. BOT

66. import quota

67. trade deficit

68. External market

69. Protectionism

70. European Community

71. WTO

72. external trade

73. Notifying Bank

74. creditor nation

75. bilateral trade

76. EC

77. free trade area

78. Import Duty

79. European Free Trade Association

80. anti-dumping duty

81. exportation

82. Export Credit Guarantee Department

83. Trade Agreement

84. Free Port

85. Countertrade

86. forfaiting

87. Certificate of Origin

88. counterpurchase

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Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE)

Categories: Stocks, Investing and Trading,

financial institution in Budapest, Hungary, whose "main goal is to become the financial centre and primary trading venue of Hungarian securities, and to successfully take part in the competition for issuers." Its four main activities are (1) listing services, (2) trading services, (3) dissemination of market information, and (4) product development.Four years after originally opening as the Hungarian stock exchange on January 18, 1864, in Pest, the exchange gained the Grain Hall and became the Budapest Stock and commodity exchange (BSCE). The government dissolved the BSCE after World War II, claiming its assets as state property. The BSE reopened on June 21, 1990, with forty-one members and one equity, IBUSZ, the budapest stock exchange. From 1990 until 1995, physical trading on the floor had partial electronic support. In 1995, trading on the floor and in a remote trading system became concurrent and stayed that way until November, 1998 when the MultiMarket Trading System (MMTS), which relied completely on remote trading, was put in place. By September, 1999, physical trading on the floor ceased. The BSE has been a subsidiary of the CEESEG AG holding company since January 2010.

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