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Full Replication

In investments, full replication refers to a type of physically replicated ETF that holds equities in all of the constituents of the benchmark it is designed to track.

Forex Trading

Forex trading, also known as foreign exchange or FX trading, is the conversion of one currency into another. It is one of the most actively traded markets in the world, with individuals, companies and...

Fitch

Fitch Ratings is a credit ratings, commentary, and research provider. It is one of the big three providers of ratings for investment instruments, alongside S&P Global and Moody’s Investors Servi...

Fill-Or-Kill Order

A Fill-Or-Kill order is an order to buy or sell a stock that must be executed immediately in its entirety; otherwise, the entire order will be cancelled (i.e., no partial execution of the order is all...

Future Value

The value of an asset at a specified date in the future.

Futures Market

Markets that trade futures contracts for commodities such as gold, oil or wheat, as well as financial futures.

Fill

Fill is the term used to refer to the satisfying of an order to trade a financial asset. It is the basic act of any market transaction – when an order has been completed, it is often referred to as ...

Forward contact

A forward contract is a contract that has a defined date of expiry. The contract can vary between different instances, making it a non-standardised entity that can be customised according to the asset...

Financial Instrument

A financial instrument is a monetary contract between two parties, which can be traded and settled. The contract represents an asset to one party (the buyer) and a financial liability to the other par...

Fund Manager

A fund manager is responsible for implementing a fund’s investing strategy and managing its portfolio trading activities. The fund can be managed by one person, by two people as co-managers,...