The exchange rate involved in a cross deal. Quite often, the rate is derived from exchanging one currency for the US Dollar and then exchanging US Dollars for the second currency.
Cross-rate is the exchange rate of two currencies both the two different from US dollar.
An exchange rate between two currencies, usually constructed from the individual exchange rates of the two currencies, measured against the United States dollar.
The exchange rate between 2 currencies where neither of the currencies are USD.
The exchange rate between two currencies.
In foreign exchange, the price of one currency in terms of another currency in the market of a third country. For example, a London dollar cross-rate could be the price of one U.S. dollar in terms of deutsche marks on the London market.