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EUR/HUF - Euro Hungarian Forint

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306.970 -0.800    -0.26%
22/05 - Closed. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Hungarian Forint

  • Prev. Close: 307.770
  • Bid/Ask: 306.520 / 307.420
  • Day's Range: 306.640 - 308.420
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EUR/HUF 306.970 -0.800 -0.26%
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EUR/HUF Overview

Prev. Close307.770
Day's Range306.640 - 308.420
52 wk Range295.280 - 326.970
1-Year Return1.31%

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European Central Bank (ECB)
Current Rate 0.05%
President Mario Draghi
Hungarian National Bank (MNB)
Current Rate 1.8%
Chairman Gyorgy Matolcsy

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Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Mar 19, 2015 10:26AM GMT
On the daily chart, EUR dipped below 302 four times in the last 1 month, but never closed below.. Between May 23 and June 9 last year, EUR dipped below 302 seven times, but never closed below.. The last close below 302 was Jan 20, last year that is 14 months ago.. Before that, in a nine-month period, EUR was trying to pass 302 with no success.. Does this mean that 302 is a serious support? Or is it just applying the lubricant to help the penetration?

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.
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