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 adj.— «Every currency pair in forex is a spread. Forex shows the relationship between the two currencies in the form of a ratio spread. Because the pair is uniplural, i.e., treated as a single entity, there is an open, high, low, and close. Forex pairs are charted as bar, candlestick, point and figure, and even as histograms if so desired.» —“When To Not Trade Forex” by Joe Ross Trading Educators Forums May 31, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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