Why is the dollar so weak against the euro?

Answer Economic conditions across the globe help explain why the dollar is so weak against the euro. Factors such as business cycles and investor expectations influence the exchange rate between dollars a... Read More »

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What factor affects the future movements in the value of the euro against the dollar?

Currency movements are affected by supply and demand. There are many factors to consider, but in general as demand for the euro rises relative to demand for the dollar, the euro gains value against... Read More »

Is a euro symbol a dollar sign?

The Euro symbol is not a dollar sign. The Euro sign appears as €. The Euro sign was inspired by the Greek epsilon and features the initial letter in the word "Europe" with two lines crossing it t... Read More »

What is the dollar worth vs. the Euro?

The Euro is the unified currency of the European Union. One Euro is valued at around 1.37 U.S. dollars as of February, 2011. The value fluctuates constantly according to currency markets, so make s... Read More »

What is the exchange rate of U.S. dollar vs. euro?

On March 1, 2011, the currency exchange rate was $1 for 0.7233 Euros. The currency exchange rate constantly fluctuates, so you need to research the exchange rate for the day you want to make an exc... Read More »