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The foreign exchange spread (or bid-ask spread) refers to the difference in the bid and ask prices for a given currency pair. The bid price refers to the maximum amount that a foreign exchange trader.
The Forex Bid-Ask Spread The bid-ask spread is simply the difference between the price at which a dealer will buy and sell a currency. In other words, the bid price is what the dealer is willing to pay or bid for a currency, while the ask price is how much the dealer wants for a currency.
Effective September 3, 2019, the currency conversion spread will rise to 3.75% for transactions that involve a PayPal currency conversion when paying for goods or services or sending money. The spread will be 3% for all other transactions involving a PayPal currency conversion.
BACK TO BASICS Exchanging one currency for another needs us to apply a quoted market price, known as the exchange rate. Sometimes we need to multiply by the rate. Sometimes we need to divide by it. It all depends on how the rate has been quoted.
Every transaction has a small fixed fee of about US$0.30, and the value of this fee can change depending on the currency in which it is paid. Using a PayPal balance or a linked bank account will often be free.
The formula for calculating exchange rates is: Starting Amount (Original Currency) / Ending Amount (New Currency) = Exchange Rate. For example, if you exchange 100 U.S. Dollars for 80 Euros, the exchange rate would be 1.25. But if you exchange 80 Euros for 100 U.S. Dollars, the exchange rate would be 0.8.
To calculate the percentage discrepancy, take the difference between the two exchange rates, and divide it by the market exchange rate: 1.12 – 1.0950 = 0.025/1.0950 = 0.023. Multiply by 100 to get the percentage markup: 0.023 × 100 = 2.23%. A markup will also be present if converting U.S. dollars to Canadian dollars.
The formula for calculating exchange rates is: Starting Amount (Original Currency) / Ending Amount (New Currency) = Exchange Rate. For example, if you exchange 100 U.S. Dollars for 80 Euros, the exchange rate would be 1.25. But if you exchange 80 Euros for 100 U.S. Dollars, the exchange rate would be 0.8.
Multiply the number of Euro currency you have by the U.S. dollar currency rate. For example, if you have 200, multiply 200 by 1.4389 to get the result of $284.44.
10,000 (units) * 0.0001 (one pip) = $1 per pip So if the EUR/USD moves 100 pips (i.e. 1 cent) in our direction we will make $100 profit. We can do this for any trade size. The calculation is simply the trade size times 0.0001 (1 pip).
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