English translation: buying and selling of positions
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Currency and Foreign Exchange
position s CORRECT
DEF - A dealer's inventory in particular currency. When interest rates in a particular country go down, dealers sell that country's currency; when rates rise, they add to their net position. s
Also, here's a nifty glossary, that explains your term:
LONG/SHORT CALL POSITION & LONG/SHORT PUT POSITION
Explanation: If you put this info together, you get the above, which i can't be ceratin of. However, one thing I know is that Eng has peculiar very non-transparent terms of trading on the SE, so i don't think the translation will be an obvious one:
CALL: (EN) An option contract that gives the holder the right to purchase a certain quantity of the underlying asset for a specified price up to or at a specific date.
See also: option.
Referenced from: call purchase. long call. put. short call.
PUT: (EN) An option contract that gives the holder the right to sell a certain quantity of the underlying asset for a specified price (exercise price) up to a specified date (expiration date) and gives the writer the obligation to purchase the option at the exercise price, if the holder exercises the option.
DE: Put , Verkaufsoption .
FR: option de vente , put .
IT: opzione di vendita , put
See also: call. option.
Referenced from: short put. short put position.
POSITION: (EN) Client's status on the securities or commodities market as represented by unliquidated long or short open contracts, whereas a long position is entered by buying contracts and a short position is entered by selling contracts.
DE: Position .
FR: position .
See also: long. open position. short.
Referenced from: long. position limit. short.