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EUR/USD (EURUSD=X)

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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0.9655+0.0044 (+0.4538%)
As of 07:05AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close0.9612
Open0.9609
Bid0.9655
Day's Range0.9586 - 0.9659
52 Week Range0.9582 - 1.1706
Ask0.9651
  • Reuters

    FOREX-Sterling crumbles to all-time low, euro at 20-year low

    Sterling crashed to a record low early on Monday as traders rushed for the exits on mounting concern that the new government's economic plan will stretch Britain's finances to the limit. The British pound's searing drop helped lift the safe-haven U.S. dollar to a new two-decade peak against a basket of major currencies, while the euro hit a fresh two-decade low against the greenback. In Japan, authorities reiterated that they stood ready to respond to speculative currency moves, after they intervened last week to bolster the yen for the first time since 1998.

  • Reuters

    FOREX-Sterling crumbles to all-time nadir, euro at 20-year low

    Sterling crashed to a record low on Monday as traders scampered for the exits on mounting concern that the new government's economic plan will stretch Britain's finances to the limit. The British pound's searing drop helped the safe-haven U.S. dollar to a new two-decade peak against a basket of major peers, while the euro hit a fresh two-decade low against the greenback. In Japan, authorities reiterated that they stood ready to respond to speculative currency moves, after they intervened last week to bolster the yen for the first time since 1998.

  • Reuters

    Euro zone inflation becoming increasingly broad, ECB's de Guindos says

    MADRID (Reuters) -Euro zone inflation is becoming increasingly broad while growth is weakening as the bloc struggles with the fallout from Russia's war in Ukraine, European Central Bank Vice President Luis de Guindos said on Monday. "We are seeing that in the third and fourth quarters there is a significant slowdown and we may find ourselves with growth rates close to zero," de Guindos told a conference. To combat higher borrowing costs, the ECB raised rates earlier this month by an unprecedented 75 basis points just weeks after a 50 basis point move and promised several more steps over the coming months as euro zone inflation was at its highest rate in nearly a half a century and at risk of becoming entrenched.

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