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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: Norwegian Krone
  • Prev. Close: 9.6805
  • Bid/Ask: 9.7002 / 9.7050
  • Day's Range: 9.6805 - 9.7040
EUR/NOK 9.7026 +0.0221 +0.23%

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Prev. Close9.6805
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Day's Range9.6805 - 9.7040
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52 wk Range9.3849 - 9.995
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EUR/NOK stays around 9.7000, near session lows
EUR/NOK stays around 9.7000, near session lows
By FXStreet - Dec 03, 2018

NOK picks up pace following the rally in crude oil. The cross drops and test new multi-day lows around 9.6800. Norway’s manufacturing PMI came in a tad above...

EUR/NOK eases from daily tops, back around 9.7400
EUR/NOK eases from daily tops, back around 9.7400
By FXStreet - Nov 30, 2018

NOK regains some ground after testing lows near 9.7500 vs. EUR. The cross continues to navigate close to 2-month peaks near 9.77. Norway’s jobless rate rose to 2.3% in...

NOK: All about oil? - Rabobank
NOK: All about oil? - Rabobank
By FXStreet - Nov 27, 2018

In view of Jane Foley, Senior FX Strategist at Rabobank, optimism regarding the contribution from the oil industry going forward would be compromised if the price of oil were to...

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Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Monday, December 10, 2018
00:30   EUR Dutch Manufacturing Production (MoM) (Oct)     0.7%
01:00   EUR Estonian Trade Balance (Oct)     -76.0M
02:00   EUR German Exports (MoM) (Oct)   0.5% -0.8%
02:00   EUR German Imports (MoM) (Oct)   0.4% -0.4%
02:00   EUR German Trade Balance (Oct)   17.2B 17.6B
02:00   NOK Core CPI YTD (Nov)   1.8% 1.6%
02:00   NOK Core Inflation (MoM) (Nov)   0.2% 0.5%
02:00   NOK CPI (YoY) (Nov)   3.1% 3.1%
02:00   NOK CPI (MoM) (Nov)   0.1% -0.2%
02:00   NOK PPI (YoY) (Nov)     22.5%
02:00   EUR Finnish Industry Output (MoM) (Oct)     2.5%
04:00   EUR Italian Industrial Production (MoM) (Oct)   -0.4% -0.2%
04:00   EUR Italian Industrial Production (YoY) (Oct)     1.3%
04:00   EUR Lithuania CPI (MoM) (Nov)     0.6%
04:00   EUR Lithuania CPI (YoY) (Nov)     2.9%
04:30   EUR Sentix Investor Confidence (Dec)   8.4 8.8
05:00   EUR Greek CPI (YoY) (Nov)     1.8%
05:00   EUR Greek HICP (YoY) (Nov)     1.8%
05:00   EUR Greek Industrial Production (YoY) (Oct)     2.0%
06:00   EUR Portuguese Trade Balance (Oct)     -4.18B
06:00   EUR Latvian CPI (MoM) (Nov)     0.70%
06:00   EUR Latvian CPI (YoY) (Nov)     3.20%
09:00   EUR French 12-Month BTF Auction     -0.577%
09:00   EUR French 3-Month BTF Auction     -0.668%
09:00   EUR French 6-Month BTF Auction     -0.645%
15:30   EUR CFTC EUR speculative net positions     -55.1K
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
01:30   EUR French Non-Farm Payrolls (QoQ) (Q3)   0.2% 0.2%
01:30   EUR Investing.com EUR/USD Index     43.0%
03:00   EUR Slovak Industrial Production (YoY) (Oct)   1.6% 0.4%
04:00   EUR Lithuania PPI (MoM) (Nov)     0.40%
04:00   EUR Lithuania PPI (YoY) (Nov)     9.10%
04:40   EUR Spanish 3-Month Letras Auction     -0.604%
05:00   EUR German ZEW Current Conditions (Dec)   55.6 58.2
05:00   EUR German ZEW Economic Sentiment (Dec)   -25.0 -24.1
05:00   EUR ZEW Economic Sentiment   -23.2 -22.0
05:40   EUR German 2-Year Schatz Auction     -0.580%
06:00   EUR Latvian Trade Balance (Oct)     -349.1M
 

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Jan Erik Schjetnan
Jan Erik Schjetnan Nov 21, 2018 11:14AM ET
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We can see 9,85-9,90 in Desember, good pos fore short
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Marko Lat
Marko Lat Nov 19, 2018 3:50PM ET
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cPI numbers very bad in November. Fortunatelly I got out on time @9.44!!
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boshe Nov 17, 2018 4:59AM ET
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eurnok is significantlyresponding to the mood of the Oil,rather than CB,or CPI ,whatsoever,This is my experience in real.
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Marko Lat Nov 17, 2018 4:59AM ET
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agree. There will be ramification on the CB MP after the drop in oil...but I believe the oil will recover gradually
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Adel Sabry Oct 13, 2018 11:30AM ET
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If it follows last year's pattern, eur/nok should start ticking up from the second half of October until January. I'm long eur/nok to take profit at 9.8. This is personal opinion which could prove wrong anyway.
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Marko Lat
Marko Lat Oct 13, 2018 11:30AM ET
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the norwegian cb is hiking rates. EUR/NOK can't go up.
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Alex Ostberg
Alex Ostberg Oct 13, 2018 11:30AM ET
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Marko LatGood point! However, history suggests that the closer we get to the end of the year the thinner the trading becomes, which pushes for higher usd/nok goes and consequently eur/nok..
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Marko Lat Oct 13, 2018 11:30AM ET
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Alex Ostberg I agree with you on that regarding the seasonality. But in the last several years, we did not have CB hiking..just lowering or staying pat CB...I think all depends on each monthly CPI data
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Tommy Yip Oct 11, 2018 4:26AM ET
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@Marko Lat. What to you say to  Norwegian CPI yestersday ?...According to your quote.."what they say doesnt matter much. If the CPI comes in at 4,0% next month, we will be at 9.30-9,40 immediatelly"...Great CPI number yesterday. but all NOK appreciation were gone during the day.
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Marko Lat Oct 11, 2018 4:26AM ET
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the cpi going in the right direction. long term players will alway add NOK longs on any fall of the NOK. the similar situation in SEK.
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Marko Lat Oct 11, 2018 4:26AM ET
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my comment was maybe general for the CB that they don't want to strengthen their own currency with upfront wording...so their language will always be mild....but, when the numbers start popping up (higher CPI), all their previous language will be wane.
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Football Lover Oct 10, 2018 6:36AM ET
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buying time xD
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bottom feeder Oct 10, 2018 6:36AM ET
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buying what? eur/nok? any specific reason?
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bottom feeder Oct 10, 2018 2:02AM ET
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great CPI result. mucho good
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Marko Lat Oct 10, 2018 2:02AM ET
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bottom feeder gosh, what a question. If the CPI goes up, is steady, they will have to hike again. As far as the brent is going, no wonder we will have inflation.
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Marko Lat gosh before criticising my question you need to learn some economic lingo. when someone say a central bank needs to be vigilant that means it needs to be cautious of hiking. so your first comment and answer are in contradiction.
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Marko Lat Oct 10, 2018 2:02AM ET
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bottom feeder oh, sorry...I thought it's quite the opposite, the meaning:(. OK, then the CB should HIKE INTEREST RATES faster than expected!
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Jan Erik Schjetnan
Jan Erik Schjetnan Oct 03, 2018 7:14AM ET
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Until christmas we can see 9,30
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Jan Erik Schjetnan
Jan Erik Schjetnan Sep 28, 2018 5:40AM ET
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EURNOK short is going well this month :)
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Sep 28, 2018 3:34AM ET
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the price action of this pair is the classic of storms in a cup of tea. well done Nordic sheiks
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Marko Lat Sep 23, 2018 3:20PM ET
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https://www.ft.com/content/6a5bc8a8-bdc1-11e8-94b2-17176fbf93f5
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sirs,whatever you may speculate,just be prepared for another surprise.They are working together with investors.I had been suffering each time, thousands of pips since  July.
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Tommy Yip
Tommy Yip Sep 20, 2018 5:41AM ET
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yes. that too. But the trade war make the NOK less attracted since Norway is a small country with open economy. it makes Norway more vulnerable when its turmoil in the world market. Then EUR seems as a more save haven against NOK. If its not Trumps trade war and swedsih election. I think this pair had been 9,3 now. I was hoping 9,45 today, but Olsen ruined for me :(
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Tommy Yip Sep 20, 2018 5:41AM ET
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What's the probability for CPI to raise to 4 % next month for a country like Norway? but the threat of trade war is already happening and it's coming to accelerate more probably, before it ends.
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Tommy Yip trade war is bad for SEK. they manufacture things, norway does not.just sells oil. if SEK goes up, NOK must go up even stronger
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Tommy Yip Sep 20, 2018 5:41AM ET
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I hope so. I'm cheering for NOK. but the technical analysis says uptrend in the long term, the trade war is also negative for NOK. only thing is positive for NOK now is interest rate difference increased against EUR. But I dont know its already priced in this level or not. and may I ask why do you think this pair will go down in day or next week? but norway do not only export oil and gas. they sell also a lot of fish for example. according to SSB. Norway had export 860,7milliard kr in 2017 and only 50% of this is from oil and gas.
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The resaon it went up because Norges Bank lower their interest rate forecast for next year which was very unexpected. They were supposed to make one more hike in december 2018 from the last forecast, but now they announce that the hike will come at the first quarter instead. But they are still open for hike in december....I think all depends on when the trade war ends.
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Marko Lat Sep 20, 2018 5:27AM ET
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I think that all depends on how the CPI numbers develop each month.
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Dimosthenis Antoniou Sep 20, 2018 4:25AM ET
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I read in the Norwegian news that next hike will be next spring!!! Why bother make a rate hike today?
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Marko Lat Sep 20, 2018 4:25AM ET
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Bonsu Manuel  it will go below 9,5 in a day or next week... you will see.
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Bonsu Manuel Sep 20, 2018 4:25AM ET
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Well I hope so because there are alot of sells.
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Marko Lat  May  I ask why do you think it will go below 9,5 in a day or next week? because next CPI data comes out in 10.oct., before that is the norwegian unemployment rate 26.sept., then next is 28. the core retail sales and then 01.oct. the manufacturing PMI. If these data comes out good then it will push NOK to the higher direction. and it also depends on swedish data and none accerate trade war. The only case is good for NOK now is the interest rate differances between EUR and NOK. And also data from EUR is worser then expected. To be honest, for me im cheering for NOK, but right now i really have no clue which effect will dominate here...
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Marko Lat Sep 20, 2018 4:11AM ET
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time to sell again....at 9.5900
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But interest rate was in line with expectations so why did it go up? And if it will go down from here you think it will be good?
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https://www.norges-bank.no/en/Published/Press-releases/2018/2018-09-20-press-release/
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Jan Erik Schjetnan Sep 18, 2018 12:14PM ET
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It is going faster as my  expectations :)
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surge to 9,8 was irrational, manipulation pure
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Jan Erik Schjetnan Sep 18, 2018 5:35AM ET
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Jan Erik Schjetnan.Sep 10, 2018 6:44AM ET .We can see 9,60-50 this Month  :).Reply  0  0
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Danske advises to buy NOK ... should be a good SELL for 2.5%
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even the rest of.this month .. now market at 9.5580 and we all know 30 NOK pips are roughly 3 EUR/USD pips
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9.5550 BUY orders not to get filled :-)
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Erik, you can reverse now for 3K NOK pips run... remind me if wrong :-)
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https://www.sydbank.de/wps/wcm/connect/sydbankde/5156529f-2a9d-4d6f-9295-a92e39545bdf/Norwegen_1.6.2017.pdf?MOD=AJPERES
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9.5800 longs ... size ×1.5 the stop that hit ... stop for this position 9.5450
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9.61 confirms bottom in place and REVERSAL. .. all in my opinion of course
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Jan Erik Schjetnan
Jan Erik Schjetnan Sep 12, 2018 4:05PM ET
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Brent CL can break through 80 $
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Jan Erik Schjetnan Sep 12, 2018 4:05PM ET
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Marko Lat  Most important Mr Olsen next week...
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in my opinion brent is heading to sub $70 ... EUR/NOK does not seem capable to CLOSE daily under 55DMA before long term top takes place and that's between 9.85-10.15 ... all that in my opinion of course
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 I dont think EURNOK will reach alltime low from 2009, no reasons fore that in Norwegian economy...
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NOK can reach 9,50  by next week...
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