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Brokers compete on razor thin margins across EUR/USD, the world's deepest foreign exchange market. Compare EUR/USD spreads across popular Forex brokers:


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EUR/USD is the largest and most liquid currency pair with 28% of global foreign exchange volumes according to the 2010 BIS survey. In comparison, USD/JPY, is a distant second with 14% of global volumes.

A wall of money

Deep liquidity and competition between Forex brokers have brought spreads down. EUR/USD spreads typically range between 2 and 3 pips versus 3 to 5 pips across most other major currency pairs. Compare EUR/USD spreads and leverage across popular Forex trading accounts with our interactive chart.

Trading the EUR/USD

In normal market conditions, EUR/USD tends to trade by the pip. This is unlike other currency pairs where prices can trade by several pips at a time. This means that if EUR/USD is trading at 1.2513/15, you’re likely to find traders keen to buy at 10, 11 and 12 and traders keen to sell at 16, 17 and 18. Tight spreads make it possible to profit from very small changes in prices.

The sheer number of market participants makes it impossible for any one investor to move the EUR/USD in a meaningful way. For this reason, EUR/USD tends to be less volatile than other currency pairs. And when price changes happen, they tend to be driven by news events and data releases.

Latest news

EUR/USD - Euro Slips Below 1.06 Despite Stronger German, Euro Manufacturing Reports Seeking Alpha

EUR/USD has posted losses in the Tuesday session, as the pair trades at 1.0540. After a quiet start to the week, there are a host of events on Tuesday. In the eurozone, Manufacturing PMIs in Germany and the Eurozone continued to indicate expansion. More »

3 reasons why ECB tapering won't prevent further EUR/USD weakness - Deutsche Bank ForexLive

One of the pushbacks we get to our weaker euro view is that the ECB will signal tapering this year preventing EUR/USD weakness. We don't agree. First, tapering is not necessarily bullish for a currency. When the Fed signaled taper in mid-2013 the ... More »

Forex technical analysis. EURUSD rolling over but tests support. Trades at session lows ForexLive

The EURUSD is trading at new session lows at 1.0525. Looking at the daily chart, the 61.8% of the move up from the January low comes in at 1.0526. The low price from last week reached 1.05208. The swing low from back in November reached 1.05171.and more » More »

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