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EUR/HUF - Euro Hungarian Forint

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304.745 +2.095    (+0.69%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Hungarian Forint

  • Prev. Close: 302.650
  • Bid/Ask: 304.610 / 304.880
  • Day's Range: 302.745 - 304.840
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Prev. Close302.650
Day's Range302.745 - 304.840
52 wk Range301.250 - 326.970
1-Year Return-2.25%

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Time: Mar 02, 2015 01:57PM (GMT -5:00, DST Off)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Monday, March 2, 2015
01:00   EUR Irish Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 57.5   55.1  
01:30   EUR Investing.com EUR/USD Index 34.4%   30.2%  
02:00   EUR Finnish GDP (QoQ) (Q4) -0.2%   0.1%
02:00   EUR Finnish GDP (YoY) (Q4) -0.2%   0.1%  
03:00   EUR Austrian PPI (YoY) (Jan) -1.8%   -1.4%  
03:00   EUR Austrian PPI (MoM) (Jan) -0.5%   -0.5%  
03:00   HUF Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 54.9   54.3
03:15   EUR Spanish Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 54.2 55.1 54.7  
03:45   EUR Italian Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 51.9 50.3 49.9  
03:50   EUR French Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 47.6 47.7 47.7  
03:55   EUR German Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 51.1 50.9 50.9  
04:00   EUR Italian Monthly Unemployment Rate (Jan) 12.6% 12.9% 12.7%
04:00   EUR Italian Quarterly Unemployment Rate 13.0% 12.8% 12.8%  
04:00   EUR Greek Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 48.4   48.3  
04:00   EUR Manufacturing PMI (Feb) 51.0 51.1 51.1  
05:00   EUR Austrian Unemployment Change (Feb) 397.6K   406.2K  
05:00   EUR Austrian Unemployment Rate (Feb) 10.3%   10.5%  
05:00   EUR Core CPI (YoY)   0.6% 0.6% 0.6%  
05:00   EUR CPI (YoY) (Feb)   -0.3% -0.4% -0.6%  
05:00   EUR Unemployment Rate (Jan) 11.2% 11.4% 11.3%
05:40   EUR Dutch 3-Month T-bill Auction -0.18%   -0.18%  
05:40   EUR Dutch 6-Month T-bill Auction -0.20%   -0.19%  
06:00   EUR Latvian Retail Sales (MoM) (Jan) 1.70%   -1.30%  
06:00   EUR Latvian Retail Sales (YoY) (Jan) 6.70%   2.70%  
09:00   EUR French 12-Month BTF Auction -0.133%   -0.119%  
09:00   EUR French 3-Month BTF Auction -0.121%   -0.102%  
09:00   EUR French 6-Month BTF Auction -0.121%   -0.109%  
09:00   EUR Belgian GDP (QoQ) (Q4) 0.2% 0.1% 0.1%  
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
01:00   EUR Estonian Retail Sales (MoM) (Jan)     19.00%  
01:00   EUR Estonian Retail Sales (YoY) (Jan)     6.00%  
02:00   EUR German Retail Sales (YoY) (Jan)   2.7% 4.0%  
02:00   EUR German Retail Sales (MoM) (Jan)   0.4% 0.2%  
03:00   EUR Spanish Unemployment Change   10.5K 78.0K  
05:00   EUR PPI (MoM) (Jan)   -0.7% -1.0%  
05:00   EUR PPI (YoY) (Jan)   -3.0% -2.7%  
11:30   EUR Irish Exchequer Returns (Feb)     0.718B  

Central Banks

European Central Bank (ECB)
Current Rate 0.05%
President Mario Draghi
Hungarian National Bank (MNB)
Current Rate 2.1%
Chairman Gyorgy Matolcsy

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Latest EUR/HUF Comments

GMario GMario
GMario GMario Feb 13, 2015 06:44PM GMT
Where is the pair EUF HUF heading? back down to sub 300huf or back up ?
Oliver Varga
Oliver Varga Feb 13, 2015 07:52PM GMT
Back up, 300huf would be not realistic.

Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jan 02, 2015 04:15PM GMT
From the bottom of July 2008 @ 227.29 to the bottom of November 2014 @ 303.04 we saw that the bottom went up by 75.75 over the course of 64 months. This means that the bottom is up 1.1836 HUF/month. It equals to 14.2 HUF/year. Some time ago I stated that the bottom was up 10 HUF/year and somewhat later, maybe some time in 2014 I corrected that it was closer to 1 HUF/month. Well, the 14.2 HUF/year growth rate of the bottom on EUR/HUF seems quite solid and is some 20% steeper than my corrected projection.. Though this still allows us to drop to 308 or 309 in Q1 2015, I am pretty sure of the following:. 1. We will not see EUR below 300 HUF in 2015.. 2. Well' hit 330 some time in 2015, I expect this in the first half of the year.. 3. EUR will spend most of the year above 315.. 4. We'll close 2015 above 315.. I am less sure about the following, but think they are not only possible, but somewhat likely:. A) EUR will peak above 335, around 340. B) EUR will close 2015 closer to 320 than to 315
Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jan 03, 2015 01:18PM GMT
Sorry, folks, need to correct my above figures. From July 2008 to Nov 2014, it is 76 months, so the monthly rising rate of the bottom is correctly .9967, practically 1 HUF/month. So the notion of the 20% steeper rate does not apply. However, I think the rest remains valid.

Tamas Tamas
Tamas Tamas Oct 07, 2014 01:29PM GMT
Will hit 320 soon IMHO!
Mark Lekeny
Mark Lekeny Oct 08, 2014 12:54PM GMT
I'd wait with that. It is all down to the ECB's decision whether to go on with QE or not. Don't forget, its extremely difficult for the ECB to carry out a successful Quantitative Easing programme due to the currency union, that's why Draghi is really not keen on doing it. Any unsuccessful attempt of QE would kill the EUR and regardless the Hungarian economies' current state it can push the rate down significantly.. Of course you are right, if the QE is in fact successful and they find the solution to stop deflation, then the sky is the limit for the Forint ~ 330.
Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Oct 08, 2014 03:37PM GMT
Not this year, maybe Q1. I trust the government and the central bank will do their best to bring EUR as low as they can for the last day of the year to help show the debt as low as possible. Then they will state how low the debt is, demand some appaluse and start borrowing again. So, I expect the EUR to go down by the end of the year and then a sharp hike in Jan. Last week of Dec, maybe last day of the year may be the day to buy EUR. It does not allow 320 before that. But I am sure, we'll see 320 some time next year.
Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jan 02, 2015 03:46PM GMT
At the beginning of December I hoped we would close the year close to 305. Well, it did not work out. HUF began losing against EUR in the second half of the month. Q1 has not even started in Hungary, and we almost hit 320 today. At least my expectation that we do not hit 320 in 2014 was barely met.
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