EUR to USD
Euro to Dollar Rates Live
Last Trade Date
Time
16-Dec-18
00:00
EUR GBP
Euro to Pound Rates Live
Last Trade Date
Time
16-Dec-18
00:00
1 0 Tag Archives: inflation
post icon

U.S. dollar continues rally against euro, amid possible rate hike delay

Investing.com – Investing.com — The U.S. dollar rallied by more than 1% against the euro on Tuesday, amid weaker than expected services data in the euro zone and expectations for a delayed interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve. EUR/USD fell 0.0116 or 1.06% in U.S. afternoon trading to 1.0807, moving steadily lower from […]

Read full story »
post icon

Factbox – How low can they go? Central bank policy easing in 2015

(Reuters) – A total of 26 central banks and monetary authorities around the world have eased policy this year, in an unprecedented wave of measures aimed at boosting growth and bolstering inflation. Below is a chronological list of the moves. Jan. 1 UZBEKISTAN Uzbekistan’s central bank cuts its refinancing rate to 9 percent from 10 […]

Read full story »
post icon

Euro Declines On Greece Jitters

The euro came under pressure on Tuesday, as Greece struggled to reach a compromise with its international creditors over economic reforms attached with the bailout deal. Experts from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union are studying the reform proposals which Athens has proposed to unlock bailout money. While eurozone officials complained that Greece’s […]

Read full story »
March 31, 2015
post icon

Euro zone price fall slows as expected, deflation fears ease

By Jan Strupczewski BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Euro zone consumer prices fell again in March, as expected, but the decline was the smallest this year, indicating the price of goods and services could start rising again soon. Meanwhile, the region’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest in almost three years, a sign the economy is picking […]

Read full story »
post icon

Higher German prices could help spur euro zone inflation

By Michelle Martin BERLIN (Reuters) – German consumer prices rose in March for the first time this year when harmonised to compare with other European Union countries, and could help spur euro zone inflation. EU-harmonised consumer prices were up 0.1 percent on the year in Europe’s largest economy after dropping 0.1 percent in February, preliminary […]

Read full story »
March 30, 2015
post icon

FOREX-Euro down on Greece uncertainty, rate outlook drives dollar up

* Dollar up 0.6 percent against yen and euro * Euro weighed down by uncertainty over Greece * Yellen’s message on gradual tightening provides no fresh impetus (Updates prices, quotes) By Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON, March 30 (Reuters) – The euro fell on Monday, hurt by uncertainty over whether Greece and its creditors will be able […]

Read full story »
post icon

U.S. stocks sag as euro equities, dollar gain

By Michael Connor NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street drifted down while European shares neared record highs in choppy global equities trading on Tuesday as the dollar rebounded and oil prices fell. The dollar’s gains knocked the euro back below $ 1.10, even as yields on U.S. Treasuries eased on betting in credit markets that […]

Read full story »
post icon

Currencies: Dollar steadies on renewed views of early Fed rate increase

The dollar was steady against the yen and the euro in Asia Friday, with the revival of expectations for an early U.S. rate increase giving support to the greenback. The dollar […]

Read full story »
March 20, 2015
post icon

Dollar-euro parity: What a one-to-one exchange means

As the euro’s value sinks, the dollar-euro parity could affect your plans: whether you are investing in foreign markets or just planning a spring vacation in the south of France. The strong greenback against plunging euro prices means there could soon be a one-to-one exchange rate between the currencies. And the magical state of parity […]

Read full story »
March 11, 2015
post icon

Draghi Outflanking Kuroda as Bearish Euro Bets Surge

(Bloomberg) — With Mario Draghi poised to start injecting unprecedented amounts of money into the euro-zone economy, he’s already beating his Japanese peer in the global currency wars. Bets on a weaker euro by hedge funds and other large speculators last month exceeded bearish yen wagers by the most since August 2012, data from the […]

Read full story »
March 2, 2015