Forex glossary - B
Balance of Forex market trading - Country's exports minus its imports.
Balance of Trade - Exports less imports.
Bank Notese - Paper money issued by the central bank.
Bank Rate - At this rate a central bank lend money to the domestic banking system.
Bar Chart - It is the image of the price direction in the form of diagram.
Base Currency - It is the currency in which an investor maintains its book of accounts. In the FX markets, the US Dollar is normally considered the 'base' currency for quotes.
Bear - Market participant whose purpose is to decline prices.
Bid - A price value indicating a desire to buy a currency at a given price.
Bid/Ask Spread - The difference between the bid and ask price.
Bid Forex rate - at this rate forex trader is willing to buy a currency.
Book - the summary of a Forex market trader's positions.
Boris - Russian forex trading (slang).
Breakout - Sharp movement of a rate through some conditional border.
Broker - Intermediary in the market, who puts together buyers and sellers for a fee or commission.
Brokerage - Broker's commission or broker strategy.
Brokerage Fee - Sum of money charged by a broker for executing a transaction.
BUBA - Bundesbank, the central bank of Germany.
Bull - Market participant whose purpose is to increase prices.
Bundesbank - Central bank of Germany.