The Trader’s Dictionary contains explanations of many of the financial terms that successful traders use on a daily basis. This Glossary covers over 200 terms related to the world of finance and trading. Knowing the terms and understanding their meanings will help you learn about trading.
There are currently 12 names in this directory beginning with the letter E.
Emerging markets - emerging markets (for example, Russia, India, Latin America, etc.)
Equity - or "yield curve". A graph that shows the performance of an increase (or decrease) in the yield curve of a financial strategy or investment portfolio.
Euro Stoxx 50
The Euro Stoxx 50 is a stock index that includes 50 Eurozone blue chips. The index is calculated by Stoxx and is owned by the key German stock exchange, Deutsche Borse. The Euro Stoxx 50 does not include UK companies. Its membership consists of companies from 11 countries, namely Germany, Spain, France, Portugal, Belgium, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Finland, Ireland and Luxembourg.
Eurobond - a bond that is issued in a currency that is foreign to the issuer. For example, if a company registered in Russia issues bonds in US dollars or Vietnamese dongs, they are called Eurobonds. The prefix "euro" today does not carry a semantic load (does not apply to the currency of the eurozone), except as a reminder that the first eurobonds appeared in Europe, which is why they began to be called that way.
Exchange is a centralized financial market where securities (stocks), bonds, derivatives and other financial instruments are traded.
Exchange rate (quotation) - a specific price at which a security is traded on a specific exchange at a specific point in time. The exchange rate currently reflects the price at which you can buy or sell a security right now.
Expert advisor - a trading robot, a computerized trading algorithm that runs on the platform and performs all or some trading actions for the trader. Expert Advisors are created in programming languages (popular languages plus MQL 4/5), as well as in visual constructors, for example, Visual JForex. Visual programming of a trading robot does not require programming skills from a trader.