EUR TO USD TODAY AND FORECAST TOMORROW, MONTH


2024/04/12. EUR TO USD TODAY

Current EUR to USD exchange rate equals 1.0646 US Dollars per 1 Euro. Today's range: 1.0624-1.0730. Yesterday's rate 1.0731. The change for today -0.0085 US Dollars, -0.79%. Inverse rate: USD to EUR.

DOWN1.0646 -0.79%

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EUR to USD forecast for tomorrow, this week and month.

Euro to US Dollar forecast by day.

Date Weekday Min Max Rate
15/04 Monday 1.056 1.088 1.072
16/04 Tuesday 1.044 1.076 1.060
17/04 Wednesday 1.044 1.076 1.060
18/04 Thursday 1.046 1.078 1.062
19/04 Friday 1.046 1.078 1.062
22/04 Monday 1.046 1.078 1.062
23/04 Tuesday 1.052 1.084 1.068
24/04 Wednesday 1.055 1.087 1.071
25/04 Thursday 1.050 1.082 1.066
26/04 Friday 1.050 1.082 1.066
29/04 Monday 1.047 1.079 1.063
30/04 Tuesday 1.045 1.077 1.061
01/05 Wednesday 1.045 1.077 1.061
02/05 Thursday 1.048 1.080 1.064
03/05 Friday 1.043 1.075 1.059
06/05 Monday 1.037 1.069 1.053
07/05 Tuesday 1.043 1.075 1.059
08/05 Wednesday 1.043 1.075 1.059
09/05 Thursday 1.041 1.073 1.057
10/05 Friday 1.042 1.074 1.058
13/05 Monday 1.036 1.068 1.052
14/05 Tuesday 1.038 1.070 1.054
15/05 Wednesday 1.038 1.070 1.054
16/05 Thursday 1.037 1.069 1.053

EUR TO USD FORECAST 2024, 2025 - 2028.

Euro to US Dollar forecast on Monday, April, 15: exchange rate 1.072 US Dollars, maximum 1.088, minimum 1.056. EUR to USD forecast on Tuesday, April, 16: exchange rate 1.060 US Dollars, maximum 1.076, minimum 1.044. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Wednesday, April, 17: exchange rate 1.060 US Dollars, maximum 1.076, minimum 1.044. EUR to USD forecast on Thursday, April, 18: exchange rate 1.062 US Dollars, maximum 1.078, minimum 1.046.

In 1 week Euro to US Dollar forecast on Friday, April, 19: exchange rate 1.062 US Dollars, maximum 1.078, minimum 1.046. EUR to USD forecast on Monday, April, 22: exchange rate 1.062 US Dollars, maximum 1.078, minimum 1.046. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Tuesday, April, 23: exchange rate 1.068 US Dollars, maximum 1.084, minimum 1.052. EUR to USD forecast on Wednesday, April, 24: exchange rate 1.071 US Dollars, maximum 1.087, minimum 1.055. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Thursday, April, 25: exchange rate 1.066 US Dollars, maximum 1.082, minimum 1.050.

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GBP TO EUR FORECAST TOMORROW, MONTH.

In 2 weeks EUR to USD forecast on Friday, April, 26: exchange rate 1.066 US Dollars, maximum 1.082, minimum 1.050. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Monday, April, 29: exchange rate 1.063 US Dollars, maximum 1.079, minimum 1.047. EUR to USD forecast on Tuesday, April, 30: exchange rate 1.061 US Dollars, maximum 1.077, minimum 1.045. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Wednesday, May, 1: exchange rate 1.061 US Dollars, maximum 1.077, minimum 1.045. EUR to USD forecast on Thursday, May, 2: exchange rate 1.064 US Dollars, maximum 1.080, minimum 1.048.

In 3 weeks Euro to US Dollar forecast on Friday, May, 3: exchange rate 1.059 US Dollars, maximum 1.075, minimum 1.043. EUR to USD forecast on Monday, May, 6: exchange rate 1.053 US Dollars, maximum 1.069, minimum 1.037. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Tuesday, May, 7: exchange rate 1.059 US Dollars, maximum 1.075, minimum 1.043. EUR to USD forecast on Wednesday, May, 8: exchange rate 1.059 US Dollars, maximum 1.075, minimum 1.043. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Thursday, May, 9: exchange rate 1.057 US Dollars, maximum 1.073, minimum 1.041.

In 4 weeks EUR to USD forecast on Friday, May, 10: exchange rate 1.058 US Dollars, maximum 1.074, minimum 1.042. Euro to US Dollar forecast on Monday, May, 13: exchange rate 1.052 US Dollars, maximum 1.068, minimum 1.036. EUR to USD forecast on Tuesday, May, 14: exchange rate 1.054 US Dollars, maximum 1.070, minimum 1.038.

Live Currency Rates And Prices.

Some amounts at current EUR to USD exchange rate:

1 EUR = 1.06 USD
2 EUR = 2.13 USD. 3 EUR = 3.19 USD. 4 EUR = 4.26 USD. 5 EUR = 5.32 USD. 6 EUR = 6.39 USD. 7 EUR = 7.45 USD. 8 EUR = 8.52 USD. 9 EUR = 9.58 USD.

10 EUR = 10.65 USD
11 EUR = 11.71 USD. 12 EUR = 12.78 USD. 13 EUR = 13.84 USD. 14 EUR = 14.90 USD. 15 EUR = 15.97 USD. 16 EUR = 17.03 USD. 17 EUR = 18.10 USD. 18 EUR = 19.16 USD. 19 EUR = 20.23 USD.

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USD TO EUR TODAY

USD to EUR exchange rate equals 0.9393 Euros per 1 US Dollar. Today's range: 0.9320-0.9413. Yesterday's rate 0.9319. The change +0.0074, +0.79%.

UP0.9393 +0.79%

USD to EUR Forecast for Tomorrow, This Week and Month.

USD To EUR Forecast By Day

Date Weekday Min Max Rate
15/04 Monday 0.919 0.947 0.933
16/04 Tuesday 0.929 0.958 0.943
17/04 Wednesday 0.929 0.958 0.943
18/04 Thursday 0.928 0.956 0.942
19/04 Friday 0.928 0.956 0.942
22/04 Monday 0.928 0.956 0.942
23/04 Tuesday 0.923 0.951 0.936
24/04 Wednesday 0.920 0.948 0.934
25/04 Thursday 0.924 0.952 0.938
26/04 Friday 0.924 0.952 0.938
29/04 Monday 0.927 0.955 0.941
30/04 Tuesday 0.929 0.957 0.943
01/05 Wednesday 0.929 0.957 0.943
02/05 Thursday 0.926 0.954 0.940
03/05 Friday 0.930 0.959 0.944
06/05 Monday 0.935 0.964 0.950
07/05 Tuesday 0.930 0.959 0.944
08/05 Wednesday 0.930 0.959 0.944
09/05 Thursday 0.932 0.961 0.946
10/05 Friday 0.931 0.960 0.945
13/05 Monday 0.936 0.965 0.951
14/05 Tuesday 0.935 0.963 0.949
15/05 Wednesday 0.935 0.963 0.949
16/05 Thursday 0.935 0.964 0.950

US Dollar to Euro forecast on Monday, April, 15: exchange rate 0.933 Euros, maximum 0.947, minimum 0.919. USD to EUR forecast on Tuesday, April, 16: exchange rate 0.943 Euros, maximum 0.958, minimum 0.929. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Wednesday, April, 17: exchange rate 0.943 Euros, maximum 0.958, minimum 0.929. USD to EUR forecast on Thursday, April, 18: exchange rate 0.942 Euros, maximum 0.956, minimum 0.928.

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In 1 week US Dollar to Euro forecast on Friday, April, 19: exchange rate 0.942 Euros, maximum 0.956, minimum 0.928. USD to EUR forecast on Monday, April, 22: exchange rate 0.942 Euros, maximum 0.956, minimum 0.928. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Tuesday, April, 23: exchange rate 0.936 Euros, maximum 0.951, minimum 0.923. USD to EUR forecast on Wednesday, April, 24: exchange rate 0.934 Euros, maximum 0.948, minimum 0.920. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Thursday, April, 25: exchange rate 0.938 Euros, maximum 0.952, minimum 0.924.

In 2 weeks USD to EUR forecast on Friday, April, 26: exchange rate 0.938 Euros, maximum 0.952, minimum 0.924. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Monday, April, 29: exchange rate 0.941 Euros, maximum 0.955, minimum 0.927. USD to EUR forecast on Tuesday, April, 30: exchange rate 0.943 Euros, maximum 0.957, minimum 0.929. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Wednesday, May, 1: exchange rate 0.943 Euros, maximum 0.957, minimum 0.929. USD to EUR forecast on Thursday, May, 2: exchange rate 0.940 Euros, maximum 0.954, minimum 0.926.

In 3 weeks US Dollar to Euro forecast on Friday, May, 3: exchange rate 0.944 Euros, maximum 0.959, minimum 0.930. USD to EUR forecast on Monday, May, 6: exchange rate 0.950 Euros, maximum 0.964, minimum 0.935. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Tuesday, May, 7: exchange rate 0.944 Euros, maximum 0.959, minimum 0.930. USD to EUR forecast on Wednesday, May, 8: exchange rate 0.944 Euros, maximum 0.959, minimum 0.930. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Thursday, May, 9: exchange rate 0.946 Euros, maximum 0.961, minimum 0.932.

In 4 weeks USD to EUR forecast on Friday, May, 10: exchange rate 0.945 Euros, maximum 0.960, minimum 0.931. US Dollar to Euro forecast on Monday, May, 13: exchange rate 0.951 Euros, maximum 0.965, minimum 0.936. USD to EUR forecast on Tuesday, May, 14: exchange rate 0.949 Euros, maximum 0.963, minimum 0.935.

The forecast is updated on daily basis. The exchange rate is updated every 15 minutes.

How Euro exchange rate was changing.

Common European currency was introduced in 1999. Euro currency in cash entered into circulation 3 years later – in 2002. Before that, the non-cash Euro and German marks, French francs, and other European currencies in cash were in circulation simultaneously.

When introducing Euro in January, 1999, the European Central Bank fixed its exchange rate against the US Dollar as 1.1743 dollars for 1 Euro. Such relation to Dollar was formed by the Euro predecessor – European currency ECU. The name Euro seemed more harmonious to Europeans than ECU.

The exchange rate of Euro against Dollar mainly depends on the rate of return (interest rates) in these currencies.

1999-2001. Interest rates in Europe are lower – Euro exchange rate declines

Over the period 1999-2001, Euro exchange rate declined significantly against the US Dollar – by 30%, from 1.17 Dollar per 1 Euro in 1999 to just 0.82 Dollar per 1 Euro in 2001. That became the historical minimum of Euro rate to Dollar. The key reason for Euro to Dollar exchange rate decline was the difference in return on investments in assets denominated in Dollars and Euro. The interest rate of the US Federal Reserve (US Central Bank) amounted to 4.5-6.5% per annum during that period, and the European Central Bank rate fluctuated in the range of 2.6-4.5%. Thus, the rate of return was higher in Dollars by an average of 2%, which was materially important for Western investors. The demand for Dollars was higher than the demand for Euro, and consequently, the exchange rate of Euro was declining during that period against Dollar.

2002-2004 – Rates are higher in Europe – Euro exchange rate rises

In 2001, the USA started to lower their interest rate rapidly. Europe followed the US, but it was lowering the interest rate slower. By early 2002, the interest rate in the USA was reduced to 1.75% and in Europe to 2.79%. Return on investments in Euro became more profitable, and Euro exchange rate started to strengthen. By late 2004, Euro exchange rate increased by 60% from 0.84 to 1.36 Dollars per 1 Euro in just 3 years.

2005 – Rates are lower in Europe – Euro exchange rate declines.

Starting from mid 2004, the USA started to raise the interest rate, and, by early 2005, it exceeded the rate in Europe – 2.75-4.25% in USA against 2.4-2.6% in Europe. During 2006, Euro exchange rate declined by 12%, from 1.32 to 1.18.

2006-2008 – US Mortgage Crisis.

The signs of impending financial crisis in the USA began to be manifested in the segment of residential real estate as early as 2006. Financially disadvantaged citizens, who had contracted mortgage loans at low interest rate to purchase housing, were unable to repay their debts at higher rate. The rate of the US Federal Reserve, to which the most affordable mortgage loans with floating interest rate were attached, rocketed from 1-2% in 2002-2004 to over 5% in 2006. Thereby, the amount of loan repayments form many citizens increased by several times, which resulted in their massive default and, eventually, led to the crisis of the entire US financial sphere.

In 2007, the US banks, which invested their funds in mortgage market instruments most actively, found themselves on the verge of bankruptcy. Some banks, for instance, the largest Lehman Brothers, failed to cope with the situation and dropped out of the game. Some banks required financial assistance from the Government, including the largest funds crediting the purchase of housing.

The attractiveness of American assets in the eyes of investors sharply declined due to concerns over further instability. Euro Zone market seemed more stable and more attractive than the US market. Euro interest rate was growing and exceeded the American in mid 2007. The US Federal Reserve, in contrast, started to reduce the rate in 2008, and, by the end of that year, the rate was at its minimum of 0.25%. From 2006 to mid 2008, the exchange rate of Euro to Dollar increased from 1.18 to the record level of 1.57 Dollars per 1 Euro. The increase amounted to 32%.

2009-2014 – Quantitative Easing.

In November, 2008, the US Federal Reserve launched its first program of the so-called “Quantitative easing” (QE1) to provide additional liquidity (tens of billions of Dollars) to American banks aimed at boosting the economy, which appeared in recession. However, in a large measure, the funds were spent on the stock market. US stock market began its rapid growth and started to attract new investments from around the world. American banks began to return their capitals to the country, which resulted in the urgent disposal of investments in the markets of developing countries.

On the other hand, until mid 2014, the rates in Euro remained higher than those in Dollars. The US Federal Reserve launched its Quantitative easing programs two more times - in 2010 and 2012.

Euro to Dollar exchange rate entered the period of high volatility (variability). Euro exchange rate was fluctuating in the range of 1.22-1.50. In early 2009, Euro exchange rate was at the level of 1.27, and at the end of that year – 1.50 Dollars per Euro. The debt problems of Greece and Cyprus contributed to the exchange rate instability. By mid 2010, Euro exchange rate fell to 1.22. In April 2011, Euro exchange rate again rocketed to 1.48. And again, by mid 2012, Euro exchange rate appeared at the level of 1.23 Dollars per 1 Euro. By mid 2014, Euro exchange rate was equal to 1.37.

Over all these years the European Central Bank has been consistently reducing its interest rate, and finally, in mid 2014, the Euro rate was lower than the Dollar rate. The rate amounted to 0.05% against the Dollar rate of 0.25%. Euro exchange rate started to decline rapidly, and in six months, by late 2014, it was reduced by 12%. The exchange rate was 1.21 Dollars per Euro.

2015-2022

In March, 2015, the European Central Bank launched its own program aimed at pumping money into the financial system of Europe (similar to American Quantitative easing). The expectations of pre-announced program were already putting pressure on Euro exchange rate since autumn 2014. Following its launch, investors shifted their attention to the potential start of the US interest rate growth. However, the Federal Reserve has so far postponed it until late 2015. The European Central Bank rate was still lower than the US interest rate. By late March, the euro had fallen to the level of 1.04 dollars per euro, whereupon it was adjusted to the range of 1.09-1.16.

It remained within that range until the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union on June 24. The euro fell to 1.04 in December 2016. In 2017, Europe’s economy began looking stronger e after investigations into the connections between President Donald Trump's administration and worried Russian investors, and it regained its strength, ending the year at 1.20.

In 2018-2019, the euro slipped slowly from 1.20 to 1.10. The European Central Bank has not ended its quantitative easing program, and interest rates have remained negative. In March 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic hit Europe, the euro fell to 1.06. In the summer, the US dollar pulled ahead, pushing the euro to around 1.18. After this rise, the euro remained above 1.18 until September 2021 and then began to decline due to high inflation in the eurozone and the expectation that the Federal Reserve would raise its interest rates.

In mid-2022, the euro reached "parity" with the US dollar, with the exchange rate falling to 1.00 per euro. The main reasons for this were the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and the growing inflation in the EU, especially due to the lack of energy resources. The euro then bounced back to 1.05 by the end of 2022 as EU governments began raising interest rates to fight inflation.

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