Currency Exchange Rates
For those dipping their toes into forex trading, an essential tool will be a live foreign exchange rates board. Following the live forex rates will be a crucial part of your day to track the fluctuation in the FX market and spot a trend in a currency pair.
As the most liquid openly traded financial market on the planet. Live exchange rates can fluctuate by the second, reacting dramatically to political news and the latest critical financial data.
Itâ€™s worth noting that the live exchange rates depicted on websites and news outlets are interbank live forex rates. Therefore, they wonâ€™t include any spread or margin that any Forex trading platforms, foreign exchange broker or travel money providers will typically apply. They can, however provide you with an indicative live foreign exchange rate.
For those wishing to get a live foreign exchange rate on a set amount, a currency convertor might also be of assistance. Allowing you to convert your base currency at the live forex exchange rates.
Live Foreign Exchange Rates
The market data live forex rates board analyses all aspects of the market. Including, changes in the live exchange rates, gains and losses of the currency pair and the highs and lows of the previous month. The tools on this page depict live forex rates for bid and ask, the rates highlighted mirror the rates on the live foreign exchange market. The live forex rates on this page are updated regularly but should purely serve as an indication due to a potential lag.
Live Currency Cross Rates
This live forex currency cross rates board show the exchange rates for currency pairs and whether they are appreciating (green) or indeed if the currency pairs are depreciating (red). When a cross currency pair is exchanged, two transactions are involved. The first FX trader trades their currency for the equivalent in a foreign currency.
Forex Rates Bid and Ask
The terms Bid and Ask highlight whether the consensus is to buy or sell a currency. Meaning if you are bidding (green) you are looking to buy that particular currency. Whereas the Ask (red) is when you are looking at selling that currency. If the bull market is buying a specific currency, the rate board or forex table will be green, if however, the pair is depreciating it will glow red as investors sell that currency pair.
Foreign exchange rate volatility
The foreign exchange market, particularly when concerned with exotic currency pairs can be very volatile. It’s far from unusual to see large movements from one FX trading day to the next. Fortunately, both our FX trading platforms & currency exchange providers have a number of tools in place to help mitigate that risk.
Get a live forex rate or foreign exchange quotation
In order to get a live forex rates to trade FX or make international money transfer, please get in contact. Once submitted, one of our expert panel will be in touch to advise.