EUR to USD Currency Converter




1 EUR =
1.1064 USD

EUR Overview

The Euro is the currency of Belgium. The currency code for Euro is EUR, as well as the ISO code, is "978", and the currency symbol is €. The Coins of Belgium are (1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, €1, €2) and Banknotes are (€5, €10, €20, €50, €100). The central bank of Belgium is called the "European Central Bank".

USD Overview

The US Dollar is the currency of United States. The currency code for US Dollar is USD, as well as the ISO code, is "998", and the currency symbol is $. The Coins of United States are (1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢) and Banknotes are ($1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100). The central bank of United States is called the "Federal Reserve System".


EUR/USD News

Euro Price Outlook: EUR/USD Rebound to Challenge Downtrend Resistance By Michael Boutros - 1 day ago

Euro’s weekly opening-range is set just below downtrend resistance - break to offer guidance. Here are the levels that matter on the EUR/USD technical price charts.

Forex Today: Trade-deal headlines and FOMC minutes were the focus By Ross J Burland - 1 day ago

Here is what you need to know on Thursday, November 21: Trade: Markets have been on thin ice following a reminder from Trump on Tuesday that tariffs w

Monex Subsidiary Trade Station Launches New Crypto Brokerage By Cointelegraph By Marie Huillet - 1 day ago

U.S.-based Trade Station — a subsidiary of Coincheck owner Monex Group — is launching a crypto brokerage platform via a newly-launched offshoot, Trade Station Crypto

US Dollar Price Outlook: USD Recovery Trade – DXY Trade Levels By Michael Boutros - 1 day ago

The US Dollar is on the counteroffensive after plunging more than 0.7% last week. Here are the levels that matter on the DXY intraday technical price charts this week.

Medical student says Forex trading will make him a millionaire at 21 By By Amie Gordon For Mailonline - 1 day ago

University of Plymouth medical student Gurvin Singh started with just £200 but has been raking in thousands a month trading on the Foreign Exchange Market.

Decline In Sina’s Q3 Advertising Revenue Isn’t A Cause For Concern Yet By Trefis Team, Contributor, Trefis Team, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/people/trefis/ - 1 day ago

Chinese technology giant Sina (NASDAQ: SINA) has seen its share price tank nearly 75% from a high of over $120 in early 2018 to around $33 now. Headwinds to the primary driver of Sina’s Revenues – its advertising revenues – appears to have upset investors and…