Revaluation rates definition

The rate for any period or currency, which is used to revalue a position or book. The revaluation rates are the market rates used when a trader runs an end-of-day to establish profit and loss for the day.

Exchange rates that are used at a specific point in time as a base value to assess whether outstanding forex positions are in profit or are making a loss.

Related words

RevaluationRevaluationRolloverRepatriationReserve CurrencyResistanceRoll-OverRepo - Re-purchaseRedemptionReinvested dividends