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EUR/USD (EURUSD=X)

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in USD
1.0815+0.0004 (+0.0324%)
As of 06:43PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous Close1.0812
Open1.0778
Bid1.0815
Day's Range1.0794 - 1.0823
52 Week Range1.0450 - 1.1276
Ask1.0810
  • FX Empire

    Germany: Reforming The Debt Brake Could Raise Public Investment And Support Growth

    Germany’s energy-intensive industries, low investment, ageing population and weak growth, rather than high government debt, represent challenges to its AAA credit rating – hence the need to reform the debt brake.

  • The Wall Street Journal

    Stubborn Inflation Knocks Hopes for March Rate Cut in Europe; BoE Signals Cut to Come Later This Year

    The March rate-cut bet is slipping away in Europe as well as the U.S. A day after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell indicated the U.S. central bank probably won't [cut rates in March](https://www.wsj.com/economy/central-banking/fed-leaves-rates-steady-and-opens-door-wider-to-cuts-d10a107d), a higher-than-expected inflation reading in the eurozone suggests it isn't likely there, either. + Core inflation, which excludes volatile categories like food and energy, also declined, but slower than expected. After the data, U.K. consultancy Pantheon Macroeconomics abandoned its call that the European Central Bank would cut rates in March.

  • Investing.com

    Dollar edges higher ahead of Fed meeting, payrolls

    The U.S. dollar edged higher in early European trade Monday, retaining support at the start of a week packed with risk events, including a Federal Reserve policy meeting and key employment data. Attention this week will squarely be on the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting, which concludes on Wednesday. The U.S. central bank is widely expected to keep interest rates unchanged, with investors eagerly awaiting Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s post policy meeting press conference for any indication that officials believe they have progressed enough in their battle against inflation to begin cutting rates sooner rather than later.