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Euro/US Dollar FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals

Realtime Foreign Exchange › Euro/US Dollar (FOREX:EURUSD)

1.1115 0.0000 (0.00%)

2015-07-04 11:16:23, 0 min delay

Euro/US Dollar (FOREX:EURUSD) FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals Chart
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Last Price1.1115
Previous Close1.1115
Low1.1115
Ask1.1116
Open1.1115
High1.1115
Bid1.1114
Time2015-07-04 11:16:23

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