(Forex, Commodities, Indices, Futures…). The table offers for each asset the, Change, Change (%), Open, High and Low, Trend, Overbought/Oversold and Volatility.The data comes from thewhere huge financial institutions are acting as liquidity providers.
Interbank market is known to have high level of liquidity hence highly competitive rates and spreads. By using the Forex Rates Table, traders can compare the rates from their brokers and use it to their advantage.Customize your own list, with yourpreferedassets. Select from our available list of currencies, indices or commodities your portfolio rates table. Save it and keep it handy with theMy Listbutton.
Last/Bid/Askrates are updated live and painted in red(Downtick) or green(Uptick) every time the price is updated. We also indicate theOpen, Highest and Lowestprices of the day (0 GMT is the start of the day, 24 GMT is the end of the day). In the middle, you have thevariation inpipsand thepercentage variationof the quote since the opening of the day (that is 0 GMT). Now, we also offer our technicals studies over the most important crosses:
OurTrend Indicatoris updated every 15 minutes. Shows the current trend for the assets classified in Strongly Bullish, Bullish, Bearish, Strongly Bearish and sideways.
OurOverbought/OversoldIndicator is also updated every 15 minutes. It shows the current market position for the crossing. Overbought, Neutral and Oversold.
TheVolatility Indexshows the current volatility (High or Low), or the trend of it for the coming periods ( Expanding or Shrinking). It is updated every 15 minutes.
Use the Shortcuts buttons to easily access to themore data and tools:Live Chart,Related Newsand theTechnical Asset Page,where you can find an in-depth analysis of the asset.
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AtFXStreet, traders get interbank rates coming from the systematic selection of data providers that deliver millions of updates per day.
Interbank quotes are essential for realistic valuations, forinstancecomparison between interbank and a particular broker-dealers rates; calculating risk exposure; analyzingperformance; andjustifying trades since price-driven indicators are much more reliable when using interbank rates.
Prices are updated live, tick-by-tick. There will be no chance for traders to lose any trading opportunities!
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