What is the bid / ask price?

by Jun 29, 2020Trading Guides

What is the bid / ask price?

The bid and ask price (from the client’s perspective) is the highest price that a group of buyers / group of sellers are willing to pay / sell and asset for. The difference between the bid and ask price is called the spread. A variable spread occurs when the bid and ask price to fluctuate due to the demand and supply of the currency pair. In comparison, a fixed spread ensures the difference between the bid and ask price stays consistent, regardless of market conditions.

 

 

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