When a charge is in motion, it produces a magnetic field. If the charge is in an external magnetic field, a magnetic force is induced on the charge. This I understand. When a conductor is moving relative to a magnetic field, there is an induced current in the conductor. This I don't get. If the conductor is stationary, and the magnet is moved around it, then how is there a magnetic force exerted on the electrons in the conductor to induce a current? Wouldn't the conductor need its own magnetic field for a magnetic force to be exerted on it, and for it to have a magnetic field wouldn't it have to be in motion? Thanks in advance.