A common slang term for the British Pound Sterling currency also often used by professional forex traders to refer to millions of units of that currency. For example, another professional dealer might ask a Cable market maker for a price in ten quid, meaning that they require a two way Dealing exchange rate for an amount of ten million Pounds sterling quoted against the U.S. dollar.
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