EUR to USD
Euro to Dollar Rates Live
Last Trade Date
Time
21-Oct-18
00:00
EUR GBP
Euro to Pound Rates Live
Last Trade Date
Time
21-Oct-18
00:00
1 0 Tag Archives: London
post icon

Euro zone business growth accelerates as new orders pour in

By Jonathan Cable LONDON, (Reuters) – Euro zone business activity accelerated in March at its fastest pace for nearly a year as customers took advantage of ongoing price discounting to place new orders at a rate not seen since mid-2011, a survey found. The upbeat survey will provide welcome news for the European Central Bank […]

Read full story »
April 7, 2015
post icon

Sterling weaker on subdued inflation outlook, looming election

By Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON, March 25 (Reuters) – Sterling fell against the euro on Wednesday, hitting a one-month low as investors pushed back expectations of interest rate hikes amid growing talk that inflation in Britain will stay low for sometime to come. Annual inflation in Britain dropped to zero in February and investors are factoring […]

Read full story »
post icon

FOREX-Euro gains against dollar on robust PMI surveys

* Robust French, German PMIs help euro * Fed’s Williams repeats mid-year rate rise may be appropriate * Dollar still feeling impact of last week’s dovish Fed statement * Aussie slips briefly after weak China flash HSBC PMI By Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON, March 24 (Reuters) – The euro rose for the third day running against […]

Read full story »
March 24, 2015
post icon

GLOBAL MARKETS-Strong euro zone business growth pushes euro to $1.10

* Better-than-expected European PMIs boost euro, hurt dollar * Gauge shows China factory activity skids to 11-month low * Cautious Fed view on rate hike keeps dollar off recent highs By Jemima Kelly LONDON, March 24 (Reuters) – The euro rose and European shares steadied on Tuesday, responding to signs the euro zone economy is […]

Read full story »
March 24, 2015
post icon

GLOBAL MARKETS-Strong euro zone business data sends euro, shares higher

* Better-than-expected European PMIs boost euro, hurt dollar * Gauge shows China factory activity skids to 11-month low * Cautious Fed view on rate hike keeps dollar off recent highs By Jemima Kelly LONDON, March 24 (Reuters) – The euro rose and European shares edged up on Tuesday, responding to signs the euro zone economy […]

Read full story »
March 24, 2015
post icon

FOREX-Dovish Fed hands euro best weekly gains in 18 months

* Market consensus has all but ruled out June hike to U.S. rates * Euro on track for best weekly performance since Sept 2013 * BNP Paribas revises down euro/dollar forecasts By Jemima Kelly LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) – The euro inched up against the dollar on Friday and was on track for its best […]

Read full story »
post icon

FOREX-Euro continues bounce; Fed eyed for interest rate clues

* Euro gains against dollar for second straight day * Traders taking risk off table ahead of Fed policy meeting * BOJ stands pat on policy, market reaction limited By Ahmed Aboulenein LONDON, March 17 (Reuters) – The euro rose for a second day against the dollar on Tuesday as investors awaited the start of […]

Read full story »
post icon

Plunging Euro May Help Draghi More Than Week-Old QE Program

(Bloomberg) — He may be reluctant to admit it, but the biggest benefits from Mario Draghi’s bond purchases are likely to come from the plunge in the euro. The European Central Bank’s quantitative-easing program will boost euro-region inflation by 0.3 percentage point this year, with a weaker exchange rate doing most of the work, according […]

Read full story »
March 16, 2015
post icon

Euro sinks close to 12-year low versus dollar

London (AFP) – The euro tumbled Tuesday towards a 12-year dollar low, hit by eurozone stimulus, growing US rate hike speculation and Greek debt concerns, dealers said. In morning London deals, the European single currency sank to $ 1.0735 — the lowest level since mid-April 2003. The region’s stock markets were lower. “The US dollar […]

Read full story »
March 10, 2015
post icon

Euro Falls as Italy Bonds Gain; S&P 500 Futures Drop

(Bloomberg) — The euro weakened while Spanish and Italian bonds gained as a gauge of business activity grew less than estimated before the European Central Bank meets to work on details of its bond-buying program. European stocks erased gains and U.S. equity-index futures fell. Europe’s shared currency slid 0.4 percent to $ 1.1129 at 10:14 […]

Read full story »
March 4, 2015