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1. T-Bills See Treasury Bills.
2. T-Bonds See Treasury Bonds.
3. T-Notes See Treasury Notes.
4. T/N See Tomorrow Next.
5. T/N Roll See Tomorrow Next.
6. Take Profit Order A customer's instructions to buy or sell a currency pair which, when executed, will result in the reduction in the size of the existing position and show a profit on said position. More…
7. Take Profits A limit order that is placed above the market with a long position or below the market with a short position. When the market reaches the limit price, the position is closed thereby locking More…
8. Take the Offer A verbal order where a trader agrees to the price with which to sell a currency pair to a dealer.
9. Technical Analysis An effort to forecast prices by analyzing market data, i.e. historical price trends and averages, volumes, open interest, etc.
10. Technical Correction A price adjustment based on technical factors like resistance and support levels, as well as overbought and oversold levels, instead of market sentiment.
11. Technical Indicators Short-term trends that technical analysts use to predict future price movements of securities and/or commodities. Also called technicals, technicalities. See also: Technical Analysts
12. Technical Side The use of historical rates, price charts, and other market data to forecast future prices by means of statistical analysis.
13. Technical Trader An investor who uses technical analysis. See also: Technical Analysis
14. Technicalities Short-term trends that technical analysts use to predict future price movements of securities and/or commodities. Also called technicals, technical indicators.
15. TED Spread Indicates the difference between the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and short-term government debt in the form of three-month U.S. T-bills and expressed in basis points. Seen as a More…
16. The City Located within greater London, UK, The City is one of the largest concentrations of financial and business institutions in the world, and is the largest currency trading center.
17. Thin Market See Narrow Market.
18. Tick The smallest possible change in a price, either up or down. Also known as a pip.
19. Ticker Streaming display of the current or recent historical price of a currency pair.
20. Tier One The Bank of International Settlements' measure of a bank's financial strength. Tier One is the highest grade.

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