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US Dollar/Egyptian Pound FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals

Realtime Foreign Exchange › US Dollar/Egyptian Pound (FOREX:USDEGP)

6.9844 -0.0269 (-0.38%)

2014-04-21 06:12:42, 0 min delay

US Dollar/Egyptian Pound (FOREX:USDEGP) FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals Chart
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Last Price6.9844
Previous Close7.0113
Low6.9839
Ask7.0025
Open7.0113
High7.0117
Bid6.9663
Time2014-04-21 06:12:42

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