FX Arbitrage is the opportunity to buy an asset at a low price and then immediately sell it for a higher price on a different market. For example, currency A-currency B ratio maybe be 2. However B:A maybe not be 0.5. If it was 0:6, you could take 5 of A, and get 10 of B. Then, take the 10 of B and exchange it for 6 of A – so you have 1 more A.
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