Cable — slang for the GBP/USD currency pair.
CAC40 — Bourse de Paris (Paris Stock Exchange); 40 stands for top 40 companies listed (by market capital).
Candlestick Chart — One of the chart views or presentations, which shows opening and closing prices in a specified time frame; If the close price is greater than the open price, it indicates that there's an imbalance between supply and demand, so you'll see more sellers at the top of a bull market than buyers. If the opposite is true for bears, then there will be greater amounts of buyers.
Capital - The wealth, either monetary or in assets, owned by an individual or company. CBs — short for central banks.
Central Bank — A government institution that manages a country's monetary policy is known as a Central Bank.
CFD (Contract for Difference) — an object of electronic transaction based on the price fluctuation of an underlying asset (e.g. stock or futures contract).
Charting - A range of techniques that use past price charts, along with other indicators, to anticipate future price movements.
Chart — Line, bars, or candlesticks are used to represent historical quotations in a diagrammatic form.
Client Log-file — The log file is located in the MetaTrader4/Logs folder and contains all client terminal requests; it's made up of many daily files.
Client Terminal — Customer trading, monitoring customer accounts, obtaining real-time and historical quotes, news and market data in real time is a popular feature of the MetaTrader 4 (hereafter referred to as MT4) program.
Close — A selling order is an ask or a request to close a given position at the current market price.
Close By — a request or instruction for closing the two locked positions on the same instrument.
Commission — The customer's account was charged with a particular amount of service payments.
Consumer Price Index (CPI) — An index that measures changes in the price of goods and services purchased by consumers. The figure measures the average change over time in the price of a sample of various common goods and services purchased by typical urban households.
Contract — On the Forex market, it is a common unit. (e.g. 1 lot).
Contract Details — The parameters of a product specified by Global Prime for client trading and published on the website.
Contract for difference (CFD) — Contracts for difference (CFDs) are derivative products which enable you to trade on the price movement of underlying financial assets (such as indices, shares and commodities). A CFD is an agreement to exchange the difference in the value of an asset from the time the contract is opened until the time at which it is closed. With a CFD, you never actually own the asset or instrument you have chosen to trade, but you can still benefit if the market moves in your favour.
Counterparty — One of the parties in a financial transaction.
Currency Pair — A foreign exchange cross rate is a type of derivative traded on the over-the-counter market that is based on the change in value of one currency against another.
Customer — a juridical or physical person.
Customer Account (Account) — the register of transactions, orders, and balance operations kept on a customer's personal system.