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Currency Converter

US Dollar

Euro

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The Currency Converter Widget is a convenient complement to your website or blog. This calculator of exchange rates is a simple currency widget which will allow your visitors to calculate rates of all major currencies, using live currency rates.

The conversion takes place in real time.



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    EURUSD

    1.3354/1.3355
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    GBPUSD

    1.5503/1.5504
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    USDJPY

    96.4540/96.4650
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    AUDUSD

    0.9162/0.9164
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    USDCHF

    0.9213/0.9216
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    USDCAD

    1.0343/1.0346
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    XAUUSD

    1308.2900/1308.7400
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    XAGUSD

    20.2880/20.3270

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    • Name
    • USDJPY
    • AUDUSD
    • USDCHF
    • USDCAD
    • XAUUSD
    • XAGUSD
    • Bid
    • 96.4320
    • 0.9162
    • 0.9211
    • 1.0341
    • 1309.1600
    • 20.2810
    • Ask
    • 96.4430
    • 0.9164
    • 0.9214
    • 1.0344
    • 1309.5699
    • 20.3200
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    • Market Sentiment
      • CFTC report from July 19 covered information available on July 16
        2013-07-22 12:20:00
        • CFTC report from July 19 covered information available on July 16
        • 2013-07-22 12:20:00
        • Summary

          According to the CFTC report, market participants keep holding net short speculative positions vs. the US dollar on all major currencies. The largest net short position is seen in descending order on: the Japanese yen, the Australian dollar and the euro. Slightly smaller volumes of short positions are observed on the British pound and the Canadian dollar. Even though the Swiss franc positioning confirms the predominance of short positions, it is very close to a state of balance.

      • CFTC report from July 12 covered information available on July 9
        2013-07-15 11:26:00
        • CFTC report from July 12 covered information available on July 9
        • 2013-07-15 11:26:00
        • Sumary

          According to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) report, market participants keep holding net short speculative positions against the US dollar in all major currencies. The largest net short positions observed on the Japanese yen, the euro and the Australian dollar. Slightly smaller volumes of short positions are seen on the British pound and Canadian dollar. Positioning on the Swiss franc is very close to a balance state, even though it confirms the predominance of short positions.

      • CFTC report from July 8 covered information available on July 2
        2013-07-09 10:44:00
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      Market Sentiment widget reflects all significant changes in the balance of the trader's open positions, as well as includes all necessary charts and comments. The Market Sentiment reports are based on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) data.



      • Market overview
        • EURUSD Mixed on Improved PMI Data in EZ and US, US Dollar Higher
          2013-07-25 09:31:00
          • EURUSD Mixed on Improved PMI Data in EZ and US, US Dollar Higher
          • 2013-07-25 09:31:00
          • European PMIs positively surprised market participants on Wednesday with EZ Manufacturing PMI rising above 50 for the first time since July 2011, providing an early indication that recession could come to an end. European stocks closed yesterday in positive light with FTSE 100 rising by 0.35%, DAX up by 0.78% and CAC gaining 1.01%. The Euro versus the US dollar initially advanced as high as 1.3253 following PMI releases but then came down again as US data positively surprised as well markets.


        • Asian Currencies Are Under Pressure
          2013-07-24 09:08:00
          • Asian Currencies Are Under Pressure
          • 2013-07-24 09:08:00
          • On Wednesday morning, the US dollar managed to strengthen against major currencies after the block of statistics from Asia. In particular, the figures showed that Japanese exports slowed down in June, gaining just 7.4% on an annualized basis, far less than it was in average expected by market participants. Exports to China, one of the most important trading partners of Japan, rose by 4.8%, after rising by 8.3% in May. In this regard, the US dollar against the Japanese yen is staying around 100.


        • The USD Is Still Held Under Pressure
          2013-07-23 09:02:00
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          • Market Sentiment

            • CFTC report from July 19 covered information available on July 16
              2013-07-22 12:20:00
              • CFTC report from June 28 covered information available on June 25
              • 2013-07-01 11:15:00
              • Summary

                According to the CFTC report, market participants keep holding net long speculative positions on the euro and the Swiss franc. Net short positions are observed on all other major currencies. The largest net short positions are held by the Japanese yen and Australian dollar. Last week, there were major changes occurred only in the Canadian dollar positioning in the reducing direction for net short positions.

            • CFTC report from June 21 covered information available on June 18
              2013-06-24 10:37:00
              • CFTC report from June 21 covered information available on June 18
              • 2013-06-24 10:37:00
              • Summary

                According to the CFTC, the last week there have been filled with significant changes in the positioning on the major currencies. The euro and the Swiss franc were moved into the category of currencies, holding a net long position against the US dollar, these two currencies having the greatest change positioning registered. In addition, the net short positions in the rest of the major currencies except the Australian dollar were significantly reduced. The largest net short position is still observed on the Japanese yen and the Australian dollar.

          • Market overview

            • EURUSD Mixed on Improved PMI Data in EZ and US, US Dollar Higher
              2013-07-25 09:31:00
              • EURUSD Mixed on Improved PMI Data in EZ and US, US Dollar Higher
              • 2013-07-25 09:31:00
              • European PMIs positively surprised market participants on Wednesday with EZ Manufacturing PMI rising above 50 for the first time since July 2011, providing an early indication that recession could come to an end. European stocks closed yesterday in positive light with FTSE 100 rising by 0.35%, DAX up by 0.78% and CAC gaining 1.01%. The Euro versus the US dollar initially advanced as high as 1.3253 following PMI releases but then came down again as US data positively surprised as well markets.


            • Asian Currencies Are Under Pressure
              2013-07-24 09:08:00
              • Asian Currencies Are Under Pressure
              • 2013-07-24 09:08:00
              • On Wednesday morning, the US dollar managed to strengthen against major currencies after the block of statistics from Asia. In particular, the figures showed that Japanese exports slowed down in June, gaining just 7.4% on an annualized basis, far less than it was in average expected by market participants. Exports to China, one of the most important trading partners of Japan, rose by 4.8%, after rising by 8.3% in May. In this regard, the US dollar against the Japanese yen is staying around 100.


            • The USD Is Still Held Under Pressure
              2013-07-23 09:02:00
              • The USD Is Still Held Under Pressure
              • 2013-07-23 09:02:00
              • The US dollar remains under pressure, losing its positions vs. major competitors. The US dollar index has gotten close to the support level at 82.00 after the weak housing data coming out last night.


                On Tuesday, the Japanese government improved its forecast for economic growth and it also stated that the country has managed to avoid deflation, due to monetary incentives and higher public expenditure. Meanwhile the USDJPY dropped below 100 again – during the morning trading it is around 99.50.


            • USD JPY Is Сonsolidating Around 100
              2013-07-22 10:24:00
              • USD JPY Is Сonsolidating Around 100
              • 2013-07-22 10:24:00
              • The Japanese yen rose on Monday. The USDJPY currency pair is currently trading around 100, due to the confident victory of the governing bloc by the Prime Minister, Abe during the elections to the upper house of parliament. Now, when the government is effectively propped up by both parliament houses, the steps by Abe towards economic growth fiscal support receives additional reinforcement. Thus, we are left with even less doubt that the USDJPY will reach for the new five-year highs in the mid-term. There is the consolidation around 100 at the moment, but in our opinion, this is just a short break before the pair jumps upwards and this may happen pretty soon. We are waiting for the employment statistics release, the US GDP growth data and the Fed meeting - all of this will take place at the end of next week.


            • USD JPY is above 100 before parliamentary elections in Japan
              2013-07-19 09:17:00
              • USD JPY is above 100 before parliamentary elections in Japan
              • 2013-07-19 09:17:00
              • The Japanese currency rose this morning. The dollar against the yen is still traded above 100, but market participants have decided to take some profits from long positions ahead of parliamentary elections in Japan that will be held next weekend. As expected, supporters of the Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe will most likely win and help holding an aggressive economic reform course in law. In this case yen probably will not collapse, but the general trend is to continue weakening. On the other hand, taking the market expectations into account, a less favorable outcome for the Abe’s supporters will be a surprise and it can cause the growth of the Japanese currency.


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