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The currency market, also known as Forex, which stands for Foreign Exchange Market, is a place where traders exchange international currencies. It represents the largest market in the world in terms of sums and transaction value, due to the amount of trades exchanged among banks, governments and institutions. It almost reaches daily peaks of 2000 billion dollars. Small traders, who only enter the forex market after having analysed and tried to understand all the underlying mechanisms and the huge amount of variables proper to this market, are just a slight part of the whole business.
 
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