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EUR/AUD Exchange Rate

EUR/AUD
Euro
1h24h7d14d30d1y
Market Cap USD
24h Vol (Global) USD
Circulating Supply EUR
Current date
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Explore the Euro/Australian Dollar live chart. With this interactive tool, you can review the price of EUR/AUD, analyze rate trends in real time, track the EUR/AUD pair exchange rate in historic terms, and build your trading strategy to trade EUR/AUD with leverage on PrimeXBT.

Trading conditions

Commission0.0001%
Min. order size100 EUR
Min. order size change100 EUR
Max. single trade size10000000 EUR
Max. exposure15000000 USD
Max leverage0.1% (1:1000)
Financing day / Long0.0003% Daily Funding Rate
Financing day / Short0.0003% Daily Funding Rate
Trading hours21:05 prev. day - 21:00, (Monday - Friday)

Margin requirements

PrimeXBT allows to trade on margin. This means that you are able to leverage your investment by opening positions of larger size than the funds you have to deposit. Margin requirements vary from instrument to instrument and can be changed at any time to reflect market conditions.

FromToMargin requirementsLeverage
-10000000.1%1:1000
100000010000000.2%1:500
200000050000001%1:100
5000000>2%1:50
Commission0.0001%
Min. order size100 EUR
Min. order size change100 EUR
Max. single trade size10000000 EUR
Max. exposure15000000 USD
Max leverage1% (1:100)
Financing day / Long0.0003% Daily Funding Rate
Financing day / Short0.0003% Daily Funding Rate
Trading hours21:05 prev. day - 21:00, (Monday - Friday)

Margin requirements

PrimeXBT allows to trade on margin. This means that you are able to leverage your investment by opening positions of larger size than the funds you have to deposit. Margin requirements vary from instrument to instrument and can be changed at any time to reflect market conditions.

FromToMargin requirementsLeverage
010000001%1:100
100000050000002%1:50
5000000>5%1:20

Profile
Euro-Australian Dollar (EUR/AUD)

This is the Euro to Australian Dollar exchange rate. The value of one Euro ('base currency') is expressed in Australian Dollars ('counter currency') in this quote. In the midst of the European sovereign debt crisis in 2012, the EUR/AUD hit an all-time low of A$1.1619. The pair has largely recovered since mid-July 2012, thanks to the European Central Bank's (ECB) policy of Outright Monetary Transactions (OMT), the "whatever it takes" measure threatened by ECB President Mario Draghi in August 2012.

Currency Information

Euro

The euro is the European Union's monetary unit and currency, denoted by the sign €. It was first introduced as a non cash monetary unit in 1999, then as currency notes and coins in 2002. The euro replaced the currencies of participating EU countries as well as certain non-EU countries.

Australian Dollar

The AUD, or Australian Dollar, is Australia's official currency, as well as the currency of numerous Pacific island states. The Australian Dollar (AUD) was first adopted in 1966 to replace the Australian Pound, which was initially tied to the US dollar. It became a free float in 1983 and has remained thus ever then.

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