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1. Deal Blotter A list of all the deals that were done in a trading day.
2. Deal Date The date a transaction is entered.
3. Deal Slip See Deal Ticket.
4. Deal Ticket A record of the basic details of a transaction that a dealer keeps, as opposed to the statements that customers receive.
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6. Dealer An individual or firm that buys and sells assets from their own portfolio, acting as a principal or counterparty to a transaction.
7. Dealing Desk Used loosely as the place where dealers facilitate pricing and executing trades.
8. Dealing Systems Computer networks that link up banks to create the forex market. Examples of dealing systems are Reuters terminals and Bloomberg machines.
9. Default A term for breaching a contract.
10. Deficit In economics, when the balance of trades or payments are negative.
11. Deflation A deep and long-lasting decrease in the price of goods and services within an economy. It is the opposite of inflation which is an escalation in prices. An extended period of deflation can More…
12. Deflator The equivalent of the effect of inflation when one considers the difference between real and nominal GDP. See Gross National Product.
13. Delivery Date When a forex contract matures, usually two days after the transaction is entered. In the scope of online forex trading, delivery of the actual currencies is not taken. Rather, profits More…
14. Delivery Risk Risk where a counterparty is not able to fulfill his side of the deal even though he is willing to do so.
15. Depreciation When the value of a particular currency falls substantially.
16. Depth of Market The volume of buy and sell orders waiting to be transacted for a particular currency pair at a particular point in time.
17. Derivative A financial contract whose value changes in relation to an underlying security. For example, an option changes value according to the asset that underlies it.
18. Desk See also: Dealing Desk
19. Details The information necessary to facilitate a forex transaction. For example, the currency pair, rate, time and date, and the quantity.
20. Deutschmark The former currency of Germany, replaced by the Euro when Germany joined the European Union.

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