EURAUD is a minor currency/cross pair traded in the forex market.EUR USD is the abbreviation for the Euro and Australian dollar in the eurozone. The currency of the left, EUR is the base currency and the one of the right, AUD is the currency of quotes. EURAUD’s price basically tells the Australian Dollar’s value.
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An individual can trade EUR/AUD with either a forex contract or alternatively. They can trade a contract for difference (CFD) on a particular currency pair, and speculate on the price difference. A CFD is a financial instrument typically between a broker and an investor. One party agrees to pay the other the difference in the value of a security, between the start and end of the trade. You can either hold a long position (speculating that the price will go up) or a short position (speculating that the price will fall). This is considered a short-term investment or trade as CFDs tend to be used within a limited timeframe. To trade the EUR/AUD currency pair using CFDs, you speculate on the direction of the underlying asset. If you think the euro will appreciate then take a long position by buying the CFDs. If you think the euro will lose value versus the Australian dollar then you would take a short position by selling CFDs.
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You just need to track eight global economies on the currency market. Decide which would have the best undervalued or overvalued opportunities. Such eight following countries make up the bulk of the currency exchange.
Currency trading takes place in pairs – EUR/USD, AUD/CAD, and a list of others. Pair trading means that there needs to be movement in either one of the currencies or both for the currency exchange rate to move. Let’s say EUR appreciates, for example, as a result EUR/USD will go up. If USD appreciates EUR/USD is going down. Also if the two value the same amount the exchange rate does not change.