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Euro/Japanese Yen FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals

Realtime Foreign Exchange › Euro/Japanese Yen (FOREX:EURJPY)

146.9850 +0.7640 (+0.52%)

2014-12-22 12:41:00, 0 min delay

Euro/Japanese Yen (FOREX:EURJPY) FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals Chart
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Last Price146.9850
Open146.2210
High147.0905
Bid146.9740
Time2014-12-22 12:41:00
Net Change0.7640
Previous Close146.2210
Low146.2210
Ask146.9960

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