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EUR/HUF - Euro Hungarian Forint

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311.785 -1.700    (-0.54%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Hungarian Forint

  • Prev. Close: 313.485
  • Bid/Ask: 311.670 / 311.900
  • Day's Range: 311.670 - 313.702
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EUR/HUF Overview

Prev. Close313.485
Day's Range311.670 - 313.702
52 wk Range291.120 - 317.290
1-Year Return5.39%

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Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Thursday, September 18
03:30   EUR Dutch Consumer Confidence -7.0 -6.1 -6.0  
03:30   EUR Dutch Unemployment Rate 8.0% 8.1% 8.2%  
04:45   EUR Spanish 3-Year Bonos Auction 0.565%   0.692%  
05:00   EUR French 2-Year BTAN Auction 0.01%   0.22%  
05:00   EUR French 5-Year BTAN Auction 0.39%   0.55%  
05:00   EUR Greek Quarterly Unemployment Rate 26.6% 27.2% 27.8%  
06:00   EUR Irish GDP (YoY) 7.7%   4.1%  
06:00   EUR Irish GNP (YoY) 9.0%   3.4%  
06:00   EUR Portuguese Current Account -0.960B   -1.342B
Friday, September 19
02:00   EUR German PPI (MoM)   -0.1% -0.1%  
02:00   EUR German PPI (YoY)   -0.8% -0.8%  
03:00   HUF Gross Wages (YoY)     3.7%  
03:30   EUR Dutch Consumer Spending     0.0%  
04:00   EUR Current Account   16.5B 13.1B  
04:00   EUR Current Account n.s.a.   21.0B 20.8B  
04:00   EUR Net Investment Flow     13.90B  
06:00   EUR Slovakian Unemployment Rate   12.60% 12.70%  
06:00   EUR Latvian PPI (MoM)     0.20%  
06:00   EUR Latvian PPI (YoY)     0.70%  
09:00   EUR Belgium Consumer Confidence   -12 -11  

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

Marcinci Tokarz
Marcinci Tokarz Aug 10, 2014 08:44PM GMT
And Time now to High Hungarian in Europe

Banderaz T.
Banderaz T. Jul 17, 2014 09:51AM GMT
Time to short/sell EUR/HUF

Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jun 27, 2014 07:32AM GMT
The chances of seeing EUR under 300 ever again are getting slimmer every day.
Neil Sharpe
Neil Sharpe Jul 07, 2014 02:12AM GMT
I think the euro will reach new highs in months to come, especially if stock markets start falling.
Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jul 14, 2014 02:47PM GMT
Markets do not need to fall for the EUR to climb. The government is going to save those indebted in foreign currency loans. This will require a significant amount of CHF and EUR in a short period of time driving EUR and CHF up. I expect something similar to what we saw in late 2011 early 2012, however it may not be that wild this time.. Once exposure of households to foreign currency debt is reduced, a rising EUR or CHF is believed to be less painful than it is today. Also, the central bank lent out an enormous amount at zero rate which is possible now, but it may keep the central bank from raising rates later when others may already raise rates. If so that would give another kick to the EUR and CHF. So rates are likely to remain flat for prolonged periods while EUR is likely to gain. 300 would be a nice surprise anytime before the end of 2015 and hitting 325 even if for just a day would not be a surprise in the next 12 months.. The Treasury's drive to reduce debt nominated in foreign currency and favor debt in HUF as well as trying to reduce the portion held be foreigners all point to a direction they want to free HUF from EUR. If or when they succeed, HUF can easily slide further. Not necessarily quickly, but surely.. Certainly, falling markets would weaken the HUF as usual.
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