Free live weekly and monthly EUR/USD price charts for investors.
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These live historical charts of Euro/U.S. Dollar are ideal to study the market and do technical analysis. Easily spot all the long-term EUR/USD trends.
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EUR/USD Information for Traders
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What is the EUR/USD?
The EUR/USD or Euro/U.S. Dollar Forex pair tells you how many U.S. Dollars you need to buy one Euro.
The EUR/USD is the most widely traded pair in the world because the European Union (EUR) and the United States (USD) are two of the biggest economies that import/export a lot to each other.
The U.S. Dollar is the most traded and widely held currency and the Euro is the second most popular currency in the world.
The EUR/USD is also one of the major Forex trading pairs.
What key factors affect the EUR/USD rate?
Central Banks & Interest Rates
Probably the most important factor that influences the EUR/USD value is the difference in interest rate between the Euro and U.S. Dollars. Therefore, traders follow closely all actions of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the U.S. Federal Reserve (FED). It is important to know what these central banks are saying (meetings, press conferences, speeches) and doing (interest rates, interventions in the market).
Economic News & Reports
Another important factor to consider for traders is all economic news and reports of both economies, e.g. gross domestic product (GDP), economic growth, inflation, employment numbers, trade balance, retail sales, sentiment surveys…
- Good economic news from the European Union will tend make then EUR/USD stronger and vice versa.
- Good economic news from the United States will tend to make the EUR/USD weaker (because the USD becomes stronger) and vice versa.
Any political issue in the European Union or the United States can affect the EUR/USD pair.
- European Central Bank: for useful information about the monetary policy, statistics, research and publications, etc.
- U.S. Federal Reserve: also with a lot of useful information, e.g. the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) calendar, statements, and minutes.
- Forex.com is the global market leader for currency markets
- Forex Factory with information for professional currency traders, e.g. forums, news, forex calendar,…