A term used to describe the foreign exchange or deposit rates at which major international banks and financial institutions transact with one another. When expressed as a two way price, the interbank rate in a forex Transaction has both bid and offer rates and is characterized by a tighter Dealing spread than would typically be shown to customers.
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Securities Exchange Act of 1934
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