AAPL
$189.99
(+0.01%)
GOOG
$178.02
(+0.96%)
GOOGL
$176.40
(+0.81%)
AMZN
$182.15
(+0.78%)
MSFT
$430.32
(+0.04%)
FB
$196.64
(+0.51%)
BRK.B
$403.90
(-0.86%)
BABA
$80.58
(-0.84%)
JPM
$199.50
(-0.6%)
JNJ
$144.38
(-1.76%)
BAC
$39.32
(-0.96%)
XOM
$114.86
(+1.27%)
WFC
$59.48
(-1.21%)
V
$270.98
(-1.28%)
WMT
$65.04
(-0.52%)
RDS.B
$51.06
(0%)
RDS.A
$51.04
(0%)
INTC
$31.06
(+1.11%)
T
$17.27
(-1.31%)
UNH
$503.68
(-0.88%)
CSCO
$46.28
(-0.3%)
PTR
$43.88
(0%)
NVS
$99.68
(-0.85%)
PFE
$28.30
(-2.01%)
TSM
$159.41
(-0.37%)

Base Currency

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Base Currency : The currency in which an issuer or a trader maintains its book of accounts. In the FX market, the U.S. dollar is normally the base currency for quoting purposes. This means that quotes are expressed as a unit of $1 USD per the other currency quoted in the pair.

The primary exceptions to this rule are the Australian dollar, the British pound, and the euro.

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