The EURUSD is one of the most traded currency pairs around. The Euro being the official currency of most member states in the European Union, and the largest world currency US Dollars. This foreign exchange pair is followed by tourists between each area, business exporters and more importantly banks or trading institutions. The EURUSD rate is affected heavily by economic data from each nation.
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Foreign Exchange – EUR rate Above are live forex quotes for the price of the Euro versus other Currencies. The latest EUR rate is shown in the table crossed against the most popular currencies, a selection of which include the Euro, U. S Dollar, Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen. Clicking on any ticker in the above table will bring you to the detailed rate page which includes a live chart for the cross pair and news. Quotes are updated continuously throughout each trading day, and are delayed the absolute minimum time required by each exchange.