US Dollar to Euro Exchange Rate
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US dollar to the euro for the last 10 years
|Mar 2009||Mar 2010||Mar 2011||Mar 2012||Mar 2013||Mar 2014||Mar 2015||Mar 2016||Mar 2017||Mar 2018|
|1 USD =||0.7306 Inverse: 1.3687||0.7389 Inverse: 1.3533||0.7064 Inverse: 1.4157||0.7607 Inverse: 1.3146||0.7724 Inverse: 1.2947||0.7178 Inverse: 1.3931||0.9233 Inverse: 1.0831||0.8837 Inverse: 1.1316||0.9304 Inverse: 1.0747||0.8133 Inverse: 1.2296|
How does the US dollar trade against the euro historically?
The euro had a strong start when it was introduced. In 1999 it was first adopted and used in electronic transfers only, but was finally launched in 2002 as a true currency. The EUR gave the USD a run for its money, and transactions between the two currencies stayed in a very tight range.
At some points the two were almost equal in value. That changed as the subprime mortgage crisis began to take hold of the US economy, causing the USD to lose 37% of its value against the EUR. Foreign exchange traders lost confidence in the USD, and many began trading on the EUR instead.
The value of the USD against the EUR reached an all time low at the start of 2008, when it was valued at 0.526 euro. It’s at this time that the economic crisis began to spread around the world and the value of the euro started to sink.
Further increasing the strength of the USD was the United States’ aggressive policies towards fighting its weakened economy. The ECB increased their prime rate to 1.5%, causing a further rise in its value as the EUR continued to drop. This trend in growth continued throughout 2010 and 2011 as the US market grew stronger, only interrupted by periodic falls against the EUR when the ECB made attempts to stabilize the Eurozone.
US dollar to the euro for the last 10 months
|May 2018||Jun 2018||Jul 2018||Aug 2018||Sep 2018||Oct 2018||Nov 2018||Dec 2018||Jan 2019||Feb 2019|
|1 USD =||0.8482 Inverse: 1.1790||0.8599 Inverse: 1.1630||0.8580 Inverse: 1.1655||0.8743 Inverse: 1.1438||0.8566 Inverse: 1.1674||0.8674 Inverse: 1.1528||0.8793 Inverse: 1.1373||0.8795 Inverse: 1.1370||0.8796 Inverse: 1.1368||0.8818 Inverse: 1.1341|
US dollar to the euro for the last 10 days
|Mar 10||Mar 11||Mar 12||Mar 13||Mar 14||Mar 15||Mar 16||Mar 17||Mar 18||Mar 19|
|1 USD =||0.8903 Inverse: 1.1232||0.8882 Inverse: 1.1259||0.8859 Inverse: 1.1287||0.8824 Inverse: 1.1332||0.8844 Inverse: 1.1307||0.8823 Inverse: 1.1334||0.8823 Inverse: 1.1334||0.8834 Inverse: 1.1319||0.8821 Inverse: 1.1336||0.8807 Inverse: 1.1354|
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