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EUR/USD - Euro US Dollar

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1.0820 +0.0012    (+0.11%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: Euro
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.0808
  • Bid/Ask: 1.0818 / 1.0822
  • Day's Range: 1.0818 - 1.0820
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EUR/USD 1.0820 ++0.0012 (++0.11%)
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Euro FX (P) Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 15:50 - Sunday, April 19th
Cash 1.08160+0.001091.081701.082091.08117015:50Q / C / O
Jun 15 1.08000s-0.000600.000001.080001.0800029198904/17/15Q / C / O
Sep 15 1.08150s-0.000700.000001.081501.0815064104/17/15Q / C / O
Dec 15 1.08370s-0.000500.000001.083701.083702404/17/15Q / C / O
Mar 16 1.08630s-0.000400.000001.086301.08630004/17/15Q / C / O
Jun 16 1.08970s-0.000500.000001.089701.08970004/17/15Q / C / O
Sep 16 1.09420s-0.000300.000001.094201.09420004/17/15Q / C / O
Dec 16 1.09830s-0.000200.000001.098301.09830004/17/15Q / C / O
Mar 17 1.10200s-0.000100.000001.102001.10200004/17/15Q / C / O
Jun 17 1.10770s-0.000100.000001.107701.10770004/17/15Q / C / O
Sep 17 1.11380s-0.000100.000001.113801.11380004/17/15Q / C / O
Dec 17 1.11990s0.000.000001.119901.11990004/17/15Q / C / O
Mar 18 1.12600s0.000.000001.126001.12600004/17/15Q / C / O
Jun 18 1.13200s-0.000100.000001.132001.13200004/17/15Q / C / O
Sep 18 1.13810s-0.000100.000001.138101.13810004/17/15Q / C / O
Dec 18 1.14420s0.000.000001.144201.14420004/17/15Q / C / O
Mar 19 1.15030s0.000.000001.150301.15030004/17/15Q / C / O
Jun 19 1.15630s-0.000100.000001.156301.15630004/17/15Q / C / O
Sep 19 1.16240s-0.000100.000001.162401.16240004/17/15Q / C / O
Dec 19 1.16850s0.000.000001.168501.16850004/17/15Q / C / O
Mar 20 1.17460s0.000.000001.174601.17460004/17/15Q / C / O

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Latest EUR/USD Comments

tom carter
tom carter Apr 19, 2015 08:51PM GMT
lets see if any of these draghi comments have any affect on the opening in 10 mins
Cata Magnum
Cata Magnum Apr 19, 2015 08:58PM GMT
the real move UP/DOWN will be seen when the markets open in 3h and mostly in the morning when EU markets are coming on. the Draghi comments were taken out of context by Bloomberg and Reuters so dont fall for it.
tom carter
tom carter Apr 19, 2015 09:01PM GMT
well that's good.

John Doe  FX
John Doe FX Apr 19, 2015 08:28PM GMT
Open 1.0825
Crazy Town
Crazy Town Apr 19, 2015 08:45PM GMT
1.0820, or lower

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
Gino Patolino
Gino Patolino Apr 19, 2015 07:57PM GMT
And it's not 175% of GDP
Gino Patolino
Gino Patolino Apr 19, 2015 08:01PM GMT
And also it's not 3.1 Trillion, and Italy export is much much bigger than Greece, and much of the Italy's debt is in Italian hands, and Italy is not Greece and not a financial collapse like Greece
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