Currency Spot Rate

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Definition

Currency Spot Rate. A rate to exchange one currency for another for immediate delivery

Spot rates represent the prices buyers pay in one currency to purchase a second currency. Although the spot exchange rate is for delivery on the earliest value date, the standard settlement date for most spot transactions is two business days after the transaction date.

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