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9.7020 +0.0085    +0.09%
10:09:05 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Swedish Krona

  • Prev. Close: 9.6935
  • Bid/Ask: 9.6999 / 9.7042
  • Day's Range: 9.6884 - 9.7091
EUR/SEK 9.7020 +0.0085 +0.09%

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Comprehensive information about the EUR SEK (Euro vs. Swedish Krona). You will find more information by going to one of the sections on this page such as historical data, charts, converter, Technical analysis, news, and more.
Prev. Close9.6935
Day's Range9.6884 - 9.7091
52 wk Range9.1125 - 9.7654
1-Year Return3.53%

Technical Summary

Type 5 mins 15 mins Hourly Daily Monthly
Moving Averages Buy Buy Buy Buy Buy
Technical Indicators Strong Buy Strong Buy BUY BUY Strong Buy
Summary Strong Buy Strong Buy Buy Buy Strong Buy

Candlestick Patterns

Pattern Timeframe Reliability Candles Ago Candle Time
Completed Patterns
Abandoned Baby Bullish 1M 49 Sep 12
Morning Doji Star 1M 49 Sep 12
Morning Star 1M 49 Sep 12
Bullish doji Star 1M 50 Aug 12
Dragonfly Doji 1W 52 Oct 25, 2015

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Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
02:00   EUR Finnish Unemployment Rate (Sep) 8.6%   8.7%
02:30   EUR Investing.com EUR/USD Index 33.4%   30.8%
02:45   EUR French Business Survey (Oct) 102 103 103
03:00   EUR Spanish PPI (YoY) -2.0%   -3.1%
03:00   EUR Austrian Industrial Production (YoY) (Aug) 2.3%   -0.3%
03:30   SEK PPI (YoY) (Sep) -0.1%   -0.3%
03:30   SEK PPI (MoM) (Sep) -0.1%   1.0%
04:00   EUR Italian Industrial New Orders (MoM) (Aug) 10.2%   -10.4%
04:00   EUR Italian Industrial New Orders (YoY) (Aug) 15.9%   -11.8%
04:00   EUR Italian Industrial Sales (YoY) (Aug) 6.80%   -0.50%
04:00   EUR Italian Industrial Sales (MoM) (Aug) 4.10%   2.30%
04:00   EUR German Business Expectations (Oct) 106.1 104.5 104.5
04:00   EUR German Current Assessment (Oct) 115.0 114.9 114.7
04:00   EUR German Ifo Business Climate Index (Oct) 110.5 109.5 109.5
08:30   EUR Slovak Current Account (Aug)     -367.0M
11:30   EUR ECB President Draghi Speaks        
12:00   EUR France Jobseekers Total     3,556.8K
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
02:00   EUR German Import Price Index (MoM) (Sep)   0.1% -0.2%
02:00   EUR German Import Price Index (YoY) (Sep)   -1.9% -2.6%
02:00   EUR GfK German Consumer Climate (Nov)   10.0 10.0
02:45   EUR French Consumer Confidence (Oct)   98 97
03:30   SEK Trade Balance (Sep)     -10.30B
04:00   EUR Italian Retail Sales (YoY) (Aug)     -0.2%
04:00   EUR Italian Retail Sales (MoM) (Aug)     -0.3%
05:35   EUR German 5-Year Bobl Auction     -0.510%

Central Banks

European Central Bank (ECB)
Current Rate 0.00%
President Mario Draghi
Bank of Sweden (Riksbank)
Current Rate -0.50%
Chairman Stefan Ingves

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Khalil Ghazzi
Khalil Ghazzi Oct 07, 2016 3:18PM GMT
anyone has any explanation of why is the EUR/SEK going up so high and being overbought? I sold at 9.53 a month ago and my loss so far is more than 12,000 Euros... do you think it will go down again to the levels of 9.3 ?
Khalil Ghazzi
Khalil Ghazzi Oct 07, 2016 3:11PM GMT
Anyone has any idea of what is going on with the EUR/SEK? I sold at 9,53 a month ago and I am suffering a huge loss. Why is the Krona so much overbought? Do you think it will go back to its normal levels of 9.3 anytime soon?
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Strela Fxxx Jul 22, 2016 5:27PM GMT
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