This file is located in the Dictionary folder. Alternately, it can be located in your Futures Data folder as well. This will bring up the Futures Dictionary Editor:Here is an example of adding a Foreign Market, such as KOS. The Kospi is denominated in KRW, so the USDKRW would need to be added to the Forex Dictionary and linked to the appropriate data file to convert the Trading blox forex dictionary 32 back to system wide base currency.To add a new market, Press New Market, Enter the symbol KOS, Press Synch UA, then Press the File Name button to select the data file.SymbolThe symbol for the market.
QF3 is the CSI symbol and file name. This order of characters is required to trade any KRW Futures or Stocks. Then select the CSI File Name to add the data file the USDKRW symbol pair. Networking software purveyor Infoblox (NYSE: BLOX) is going private. Aussie: a Forex term for the Australian Dollar. Bank Rate: the percentage rate where a central bank will lend money to the commercial banks of a country. Broker: middleman body between large commercial institutions and retail traders.
Bid Price: The bid price is the price where the market is willing to buy a currency pair. Base Currency: is the first currency in any currency pair. Cross Currency: A cross currency is any currency pair with neither currency being the U.S. dollar. Commission: broker fees for handling. Note that these files need to be updated manually as required.To add a new Forex market to Trading Blox, first add the market to the CSI Forex Portfolio Using Unfair Advantage.Once the market is added to the forex portfolio in CSI UA and the data file has been created, add the market to the Trading Blox Forex Dictionary.Create or update the Rates files for each currency.