Euro/USD Started the Week Falling| USD –CAD Inclined – September 19

The Euro to US dollar conversion rate started the week the same way it had ended last week – falling; the US dollar also appreciated yesterday against other currencies such as the AUD and CAD, but the USD depreciated against the YEN. Major commodities prices also declined yesterday. Here is a summary of the price movements of major exchange rates for September 19th:

Forex Market:

The EURO to US Dollar conversion rate declined yesterday by 0.80% and reached 1.3685. During September, the EURO to US Dollar declined by 4.8%. GBP-USD also fell yesterday by 0.54% to 1.571. The Australian dollar to US dollar sharply declined to close trading at 1.33% below its level form Friday. It reached to 1.022. During September, the AUD/USD shed 4.5% of its value.

US dollar to Canadian exchange rate sharply inclined by 1.29% on Monday to 0.9907. During September this exchange rate inclined by 1.3%.

Commodities Market:

Gold price sharply declined yesterday by 1.97% and fell below the $1,800 mark to reach $1,778. During September, gold price decreased by 2.9%.

WTI Spot oil price also sharply fell by 2.57% to $85.70 per barrel; during September the WTI spot oil price declined by 3.5%.

A summary of yesterday’s Prices Changes:

The table below includes: closing prices, daily percent change, and change in prices and indexes:

euro to us dollar conversion canadian exchange rate 2011 EURO USD September 19

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