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The first in the currency pair is the Base currency. This is the primary currency and it’s always calculated against the exchange of Quote currency for the Base Currency. The basis of buy and sell trade of a currency is decided on the Base currency. If the value of Base currency is predicted to be higher in the Forex market it is bought and when the value of Base currency is predicted to get low its sold. The dominant Base currencies used for trade in Forex in the descending order of frequency is EUR, GBP and USD.
The second of the currency pair is said to be the Quote currency. Quote currency is basically the foreign currency to be exchanged with the Base currency. In the ‘buy and sell’ trade of the Forex market, the Quote currency is sold to buy the Base currency in the ‘buy’ trade whereas in the ‘sell’ trade the Quote currency is bought and the Base currency is sold.
When one of the Base currency or the Quote currency is USD, then it’s a major currency pair. They are more liquid currency pairs and have low spread. These currency pairs are also called as ‘Majors’.
The cross or minor currency pairs are those that doesn’t have USD in the Base or Quote currency. These currency pairs are also called as ‘Minors’. The Euro, UK Pound and Yen are famous currencies that are traded the most among the minors.
These currency pairs are that of the developing and emerging market countries that does have a strong economy but at a lower range when compared to the global market. For E.g. the Thai baht, Swedish krone, Danish krone, the Iraqi dinar, etc are exotic currencies. These currency pairs are traded less than the majors and the minors have less liquidity with higher volatility.
Commodities and Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), National Futures Association (NFA), Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), US Securities and Exchanges Commission (U.S. SEC), Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) of United States.
Financial Services Compensation Fund (FSCS), The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), UK Financial Services Authority (FSA UK) and Financial Services Compensation Fund (FSCS) of United Kingdom.
British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC), Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF), Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Center of Canada (FINTRAC), Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) and Ombudsman of Banking Services and Investments (OBSI) of Canada.
Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM), Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA), Financial Services Agency of Japan (FSA Japan) and Japan Investor Protection Fund (JIPF) of Japan.
Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) of Australia.
Financial Service Providers Register (FSPR), Financial Markets Authority (FMA) and Financial Services Complaints Limited (FSCL) of New Zealand.
Swiss Bankers Association (SBA), Organisme d'Autoregulation des Gerants de Patrimoine (OAR-G), Swiss National Bank (SNB), Swiss Federal Banking Commission (SFBC), Swiss Federal Finance Administration (SFFA), Association Romande des Intermediares Financiers (ARIF), Swiss Federal Department of Finance (SFDF), Swiss National Bank (SNB), Geneva Chamber of Commerce (CCIG) and PolyReg of Switzerland.
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