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319.520 +0.246    +0.08%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Hungarian Forint
  • Prev. Close: 319.274
  • Bid/Ask: 318.985 / 320.055
  • Day's Range: 319.110 - 320.185
EUR/HUF 319.520 +0.246 +0.08%

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Prev. Close319.274
Bid318.985
Day's Range319.11 - 320.185
Open319.274
Ask320.055
52 wk Range301.61 - 320.185
1-Year Change3.95%
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Béla Horváth
hbbela May 22, 2018 9:18AM ET
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Where is the end/high?
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Béla Horváth
hbbela May 22, 2018 9:16AM ET
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:(.I don't believe it...
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sales man Apr 17, 2018 12:20AM ET
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In what pages or section the indicator for information updating date or time?
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Balint Takacs
Balint Takacs May 25, 2017 8:48AM ET
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buy EUR under 308, sell above 312. Has been working for years.
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Béla Horváth
hbbela May 25, 2017 8:48AM ET
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what is you opinion nowdays?..
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Balint Takacs May 25, 2017 8:48AM ET
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hbbelar. r. r. r. thats a right question :)r. r. i think sell.
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qiu qiu
qiu qiu Mar 27, 2017 4:59PM ET
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any one with position of this pair? i got long @310.667 and tp 310.280, but the trend looks so bad.... it free fall today, any idea?
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Forex Signals Sep 07, 2016 3:53AM ET
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Sell EURHUF TP 309
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Feb 23, 2016 11:33PM ET
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The EURUSD was indecisive yesterday but overall still able to maintain its bearish bias, made another lower high and low. The bias remains bearish in nearest term testing 1.0950 as a part of the bearish scenario after formed a shooting star formation as you can see on my daily chart below. A clear break and daily close below 1.0950 could trigger further bearish pressure targeting 1.0800 area. Immediate resistance remains around 1.1070 (former support). A clear break above that area could lead price to neutral zone in nearest term testing 1.1120 (visit my profile to get more details) but overall I prefer a bearish scenario at this phase and any upside pullback should be seen as a good opportunity to sell.
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Barack Vladimir
Barack Vladimir Jan 29, 2016 3:54AM ET
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Do jot expect short time 320. It will go 300 most probably.
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Jan 27, 2016 12:41AM ET
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Short EUR/HUF at 312.850 Takeprofit at 312.100
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Jan 21, 2016 11:58PM ET
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Buy EUR/HUF
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paidtosignups1 . Jan 21, 2016 11:58PM ET
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I am not buying Eur/huf just jet. I am waiting 1-2 months. This setup has been building since january 2008, so over 7 years now. But, I think this is gonna be huge! Should rise like 24% in a month or so! seems like the perfect setup.
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Diar Selimi
Diar Selimi Jan 21, 2016 11:58PM ET
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expectations are that EUR/HUF is going towards 320.. In what time do u think it will happpen?
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paidtosignups1 . Jan 21, 2016 1:58PM ET
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great site with many interesting charts: http://www.macrotrends.net/
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paidtosignups1 . Jan 11, 2016 4:41PM ET
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we might see 400 in 2016.
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paidtosignups1 . Jan 11, 2016 4:41PM ET
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or 2017
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Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jan 11, 2016 4:41PM ET
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look at GBP-HUF. It's been there for quite some time
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pr0szefu . Jun 30, 2015 12:14PM ET
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What the heck is happening, jumps back and forth by 1 point every minute O_o
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Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Mar 19, 2015 6:26AM ET
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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?
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GMario GMario
GMario GMario Feb 13, 2015 1:44PM ET
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Where is the pair EUF HUF heading? back down to sub 300huf or back up ?
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Oliver Varga
Oliver Varga Feb 13, 2015 1:44PM ET
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Back up, 300huf would be not realistic.
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Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jan 02, 2015 11:15AM ET
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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
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Csaba Csikos Jan 02, 2015 11:15AM ET
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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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Tamas Tamas
Tamas Oct 07, 2014 9:29AM ET
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Will hit 320 soon IMHO!
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Mark Lekeny Oct 07, 2014 9:29AM ET
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I'd wait with that. It is all down to the ECB's decision whether to go on with QE or not. Don't forget, its extremely difficult for the ECB to carry out a successful Quantitative Easing programme due to the currency union, that's why Draghi is really not keen on doing it. Any unsuccessful attempt of QE would kill the EUR and regardless the Hungarian economies' current state it can push the rate down significantly.. Of course you are right, if the QE is in fact successful and they find the solution to stop deflation, then the sky is the limit for the Forint ~ 330.
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Csaba Csikos Oct 07, 2014 9:29AM ET
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Not this year, maybe Q1. I trust the government and the central bank will do their best to bring EUR as low as they can for the last day of the year to help show the debt as low as possible. Then they will state how low the debt is, demand some appaluse and start borrowing again. So, I expect the EUR to go down by the end of the year and then a sharp hike in Jan. Last week of Dec, maybe last day of the year may be the day to buy EUR. It does not allow 320 before that. But I am sure, we'll see 320 some time next year.
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Csaba Csikos Oct 07, 2014 9:29AM ET
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At the beginning of December I hoped we would close the year close to 305. Well, it did not work out. HUF began losing against EUR in the second half of the month. Q1 has not even started in Hungary, and we almost hit 320 today. At least my expectation that we do not hit 320 in 2014 was barely met.
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Marcinci Tokarz Aug 10, 2014 4:44PM ET
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And Time now to High Hungarian in Europe
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Banderaz T.
Banderaz T. Jul 17, 2014 5:51AM ET
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Time to short/sell EUR/HUF
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Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jun 27, 2014 3:32AM ET
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The chances of seeing EUR under 300 ever again are getting slimmer every day.
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Neil Sharpe Jun 27, 2014 3:32AM ET
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I think the euro will reach new highs in months to come, especially if stock markets start falling.
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Csaba Csikos
Csaba Csikos Jun 27, 2014 3:32AM ET
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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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Csaba Csikos Jun 06, 2014 2:16PM ET
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Wobbling around MA200 and between the converging lines of a long upward trenline (from Oct 2012) and the 38.2 line of a Fibonacci fan coming from the March peak. Expect to show direction some time in the next two (max three) weeks..If goes down, then 300 is nearly sure, 296 is possible. In this case, will reload at 296 as I see no way to go below 296..If goes up, then 309 is quite likely.
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Dr.karim laith May 01, 2014 12:35PM ET
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as long as resistance 308.58 holds on a daily closing basis , outlook in EURHUF remains on the downside towards the 305.40/304.00 levels, break of 308.58 will reverse risks towards the 309.55/310.63 levels.
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Dr.karim laith Apr 22, 2014 11:05AM ET
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the EURHUF is likely to consolidate within 304.25/309.35 range before the next move….. . .
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Csaba Csikos Apr 11, 2014 9:28AM ET
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Wonder which resistance is going to work.Fibo 38.2 @307.65.resistance line @308.55.MA50@310.1 and falling
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Szabolcs Baráth Apr 11, 2014 9:28AM ET
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szia Caba! megadnád az e-mail címed? most tervezek éles számlát nyitni... köszi, Szabi
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Csaba Csikos Apr 11, 2014 9:28AM ET
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utónév alulvonás családinév kukac forrólevél pötty kom
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Dr.karim laith Apr 08, 2014 2:56PM ET
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as long as resistance 308.11 holds on a daily closing basis , the EURHUF will remain under pressure with risk towards the 303.77 levels ahead of the 301.77 levels , break of 308.11 levels will turn outlook neutral for retesting the 310.63 levels before the next fall…
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