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14.5470 +0.0890    +0.62%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic-Cross
Base: Euro
Second: South African Rand

  • Prev. Close: 14.4580
  • Bid/Ask: 14.5307 / 14.5633
  • Day's Range: 14.4070 - 14.5652
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EUR/ZAR 14.5470 +0.0890 +0.62%

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Comprehensive information about the EUR ZAR (Euro vs. South African Rand). 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.
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Prev. Close14.458
Bid14.5307
Day's Range14.4070 - 14.5652
Open14.458
Ask14.5633
52 wk Range14.1644 - 18.3116
1-Year Change - 19.23%

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Harami Bullish 1M Current
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Dragonfly Doji 1W 2 Jan 01, 2017
Bullish Engulfing 1M 5 Aug 16
Bullish Engulfing 1M 8 May 16

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18:00   EUR ECB President Draghi Speaks        
 

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President Mario Draghi
South African Reserve Bank (SARB)
Current Rate 7.00%
Chairman Gill Marcus

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Gerhard Johnson
Gerhard Johnson Nov 28, 2016 5:50AM GMT
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Anyone from SA?
David Dmus
David Dmus Dec 09, 2016 1:35AM GMT
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Yes sir
Wessel du Toit
Wessel du Toit Oct 03, 2016 8:45PM GMT
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Dont think it will fall to much
lebohang innocent
lebohang innocent Dec 12, 2016 8:22PM GMT
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One of these days the euro will be worth somewhere around R13 level and round about R12 when Zuma steps down
Fred PhotoArt
Fred PhotoArt Jul 29, 2016 2:51PM GMT
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Why is the euro dropping so much against the rand while it is getting stronger against the USD?
Ni Ca
Ni Ca Aug 09, 2016 1:13PM GMT
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is not the euro that is dropping is the ZAR that got stronger
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