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A pip is the abbreviation for the term “Percentage in Point”. It represents the smallest possible fluctuation that a currency can make. This is depicted by the change in the last number in the four decimal place price quote. For example, if the EUR/USD is quoted at 1.2000, a rise of 5 pips means the new quote would be 1.2005.