|Bid||30.74 x 1300|
|Ask||30.85 x 200|
|Day's Range||30.56 - 30.64|
|52 Week Range||28.03 - 34.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.38%|
The euro-US dollar (FXE) exchange rate closed the week ending April 20 at 1.23. The exchange rate depreciated 0.35% against the US dollar (UUP). The US dollar appreciated last week. The euro was stuck by weaker-than-expected economic data and dovish comments from German Bundesbank Chairman Jens Weidmann and European Central Bank Chairman Mario Draghi. Weidmann said that the first quarter growth in Germany wasn’t expected to be good. Draghi said that the Eurozone’s expansion cycle might have peaked.
The euro-US dollar (FXE) exchange rate closed the week ended April 13 at 1.2, with the euro appreciating 0.39% against the dollar (UUP). The European currency, which failed to capitalize on the weaker US dollar, was impacted by soft economic data and cautious comments from the ECB (European Central Bank). The ECB keeps pushing away any talk of tightening, leaving investors wanting more as the economy seems to be on a continued path of recovery.
The euro-dollar (FXE) exchange rate closed the week ending March 2, 2018, at 1.23. The major factors that drove the euro in the previous week were the election and political uncertainty in Italy and Germany. Over the weekend, Italy had a hung parliament verdict.
The euro-dollar (FXE) exchange rate closed the week ending February 23 at 1.23, depreciating by 0.91% against the US dollar (UUP). A mix of weak economic data and dovish European Central Bank minutes drove the euro lower against the US dollar. Last week, manufacturing and service sector activity was reported to have slowed across the Eurozone.
The euro was the best-performing currency among the G7 (Group of Seven) currencies. Most of them fell against the US dollar, which rebounded on the back of improved inflation expectations in the United States and a round of profit booking among currency traders. European equity markets (VGK), along with their global peers, moved lower last week.
The Euro–dollar (FXE) exchange rate remained above its three-year peak to close the week ended January 19 at 1.2222, appreciating by 0.29% against the US dollar (UUP). This appreciation of the euro occurred before the positive political development in Germany, in which Chancellor Angela Merkel was able to persuade Social Democrat party to enter a formal coalition. European equity markets (VGK) appreciated as the German DAX (DAX) gained ~1.4% for the week ended January 19.
The euro–dollar (FXE) pair closed 2017 at 1.1998. It appreciated by 13% against the US dollar and posted close to 10% gains against the other major global currencies.
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The euro-dollar pair (FXE) closed the week ending November 3 at 1.1609 against the US dollar (UUP). Worries about a possible escalation of tensions in Spain’s Catalonia region proved futile.
The euro-dollar (FXE) pair closed the week ending October 13 at 1.1822 against the US dollar (UUP). The shared currency managed to rebound from an 11-week low the week before, affected by political turmoil ...