Auctions of Treasury notes and bonds occurring in May, August, November, and February.
An unaudited financial report submitted every quarter to the SEC by public companies, containing the company’s financials and other relevant information.
Also know as acid test, it is an indicator of a company’s financial condition, calculated by taking current assets less inventories, then divide by current liabilities.
The highest bid and lowest asking price for a security at a particular time.
The quote currency is the second currency listed in a forex pair. It is also known as the counter currency.
The price of a forex pair reflects how much it costs to purchase one unit of the base currency by selling the quote currency.
In a pair listed as GBP/USD, USD is the quote currency. In EUR/CHF, CHF is the quote currency. The first currency listed is referred to as the base currency; GBP and EUR would be the respective base currencies for the above examples.