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1.0808 +0.0047    (+0.43%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Euro
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.0761
  • Bid/Ask: 1.0807 / 1.0808
  • Day's Range: 1.0737 - 1.0849
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Prev. Close1.0761
Day's Range1.0737 - 1.0849
52 wk Range1.0456 - 1.3992
1-Year Return-21.77%

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Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Monday, April 20, 2015
01:00   EUR Estonian PPI (MoM) (Mar)     -0.9%  
01:00   EUR Estonian PPI (YoY) (Mar)     -2.7%  
01:30   USD Investing.com Gold Index     56.7%  
01:30   USD Investing.com S&P 500 Index     30.1%  
01:30   EUR Investing.com EUR/USD Index     33.7%  
02:00   EUR German PPI (YoY) (Mar)   -1.6% -2.1%  
02:00   EUR German PPI (MoM) (Mar)   0.2% 0.1%  
Tentative   EUR Spanish Trade Balance   -2.00B -2.60B  
05:00   EUR Greek Current Account (YoY) (Feb)     -0.847B  
05:00   EUR Slovak Unemployment Rate (Mar)   12.2% 12.3%  
08:30   USD Chicago Fed National Activity (Mar)     -0.11  
09:00   EUR French 12-Month BTF Auction     -0.196%  
09:00   EUR French 3-Month BTF Auction     -0.189%  
09:00   EUR French 6-Month BTF Auction     -0.196%  
09:00   EUR Belgium Consumer Confidence (Apr)     -6  
11:30   USD 3-Month Bill Auction     0.025%  
11:30   USD 6-Month Bill Auction     0.105%  

Central Banks

European Central Bank (ECB)
Current Rate 0.05%
President Mario Draghi
Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen

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Cata Magnum
Cata Magnum Apr 19, 2015 02:34PM GMT
Draghi is just defending Euro ("what a suprise") , that's it, cause this is his job. If Greece is exiting EU and quit Euro currency (80% chances this will happen sooner or later this year), the Euro will drop like a bird shot in the sky in matter of days. This is the reality and nothing/nobody can change it, not even loud mouth Draghi.
Panos Stath
Panos Stath Apr 19, 2015 06:46PM GMT
You are right in almost everything Cata. I disagree only on the possibility of GREXIT . I would place it on the 20-25% area. If the criteria were only economical Greece would have left EUROZONE already. But you must take into consideration the geopolitical impact of a potential GREXIT. Despite threats from Europe , it is clear (IMO) , that Europe is not ready to push Greece from the Union Train for quite a few reasons. This is why ECB keeps increasing exposure to Greece through ELA (74 billions so far). The thing is that Greek Leadership is aware of that and this is why they appear so inflexible on the negotiation table. ..... As for the reason imagine a few scenarios that could happen after a GREXIT ....Greece in a desperate search of cash makes deal with China and Russia to host military bases (in Europe's back yard)...... or Greece not bound by European immigration policies provides safe passage to refuges from Middle east to the rest of Europe(the count is in the millions).......
Panos Stath
Panos Stath Apr 19, 2015 06:55PM GMT
also if a Grexit would happen Eurusd will fall below the 0.8 - 0.7 area. Germany already shows a growth rate of 2,1% for 2015 and it will gain a really big advantage over US and China due to the weakness of Euro, as world leader in exporting. What would happen to great US economic data if it is cheaper to import a German car than building one in US.... This is the reason as I see it that Greece wont be allowed to exit Eurozone even if Greek leadership wanted it. And dont forget.... The economic bomb on the foundation of Europe is not Greece.... It is Italy. With debt on the scale of 175% GDP and 2,1 Trillion total debt. And political analysts claim that reforms would be much harder to be applied to a country with the characteristics of Italy. The big question if Greece leaves Eurozone is who will follow. And if the answer is Italy Euro will simply cease to exist
Panos Stath
Panos Stath Apr 19, 2015 06:58PM GMT
oops sorry ... Italy's debt is actually 3,1 Trillion

Ronnie OOO
Ronnie OOO Apr 19, 2015 01:00PM GMT
Long ago....as ECB was announcing QE all major banks were making comments around 1.08 and crises may drive it up or down, but 1.08 is where we are at. Parity never happened as Parity would bring uncertainty because its not in banks announced policies on either side of ocean. Peace
Edwin Mol
Edwin Mol Apr 19, 2015 01:21PM GMT
marky mark
marky mark Apr 19, 2015 01:39PM GMT
Edwin, before your target how high we can go? . Also I would like to ask you to recommend me book about Japanese candles-the one and only :)

Adolf Edelmayer
Adolf Edelmayer Apr 18, 2015 08:12PM GMT
. a good comment on that what Draghi said tpday-it's pointles to go short on the EUR... "...he's not addressing this to traders, he's addressing this to people who's trying bet on Euro CDS and how the Euro can be worthless. He said similiar things at the August 2012 ECB presser, but the Euro fell. Dont get too excited". . take a look at diagram:. http://pdf.reuters.com/pdfnews/pdfnews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=2015_04_16_11_40_b288c3dbd3324b56ae5d95bb6 9b6f12f_PRIMARY.jpg. . Mr. Draghi is just doing his job...
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