This is the bid price, so the price at which you can buy your desired currency from a broker. If you look at the chart of any currency pair in the terminal (or other tool) and open the "New Order", you will see that you are offered two prices: one price is Ask and the other is Bid (see). It's like at a normal currency exchange, for example to travel abroad you need to buy dollars for rubles. For you, the bank sets the Ask purchase price. It is always a bit higher than the selling price, Bid (see). So, if in the terminal for the currency pair you want to make a deal to purchase (see), ie «Buy», then your transaction will slightly above the price that you see on the chart and you will find yourself with a small loss right from the start. Do not worry, it's just the so-called "spread" (see).
Trading in financial markets involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of investment capital. This activity is not suitable for all investors. High leverage increases the risk (Risk Disclosure).