The whole number part of a price quote. In a quote the handle could be $56, while the price quote for stock might be $56.25. The quote's handle eliminates the part of the price quote that is a decimal. In foreign exchange markets, the handle refers to the part of the price quote that appears in both the bid and the offer for the currency. For example, if the EUR/USD currency pair has a bid of 1.4183 and an ask of 1.4185, the handle would be 1.41 - the part of the quote that is equal to both the bid and the ask. Also called big figure.
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