Euro Swedish Krona Rate (EURSEK)

Here is the current Euro Swedish Krona rate. Foreign exchange rate for EURSEK including todays high,low and change.

Symbol Price High Low Change
EURSEK 10.18 10.21 10.15 0.0273
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EUR/SEK keeps the bullish stance – Danske Bank

“Martin Flodén repeated yesterday that the Riksbank maintains its current strategy, which means continuing to pursue sufficiently supportive monetary policy to bring inflation up to 2% and have it stay there”. “His comments are dovish to our ears ...

EUR/SEK expected to visit 10.30 in the short-term – Danske Bank

Senior Analyst at Danske Bank Stefan Mellin remains bearish on the Krona, expecting the cross to edge higher to the 10.30 region in the near term. “We reached our 10.00 Q1 target and remain bullish on EUR/SEK. The two-pillar backdrop for our negative ...

EURSEK remains bullish despite retreat from 8-year high

EURSEK has advanced considerably after hitting a four-month low of 9.7435 on January 31, eventually recording an eight-year high of 10.2442 last week. The pair has since lost some ground from March 7’s multi-year peak, with the retreat possibly coming on ...

FxWirePro: Drivers and relative value trades for Scandinavian FX basket

but among the highest for NOK in G10. Buy a 3m NOKSEK 1.066/1.092 call spread vs EURSEK 9.95 put for a net 20bp. (Spot refs 1.0606 and 10.0856).

Investors eye currencies for those most at risk in a trade war

Among developed world currencies, Sweden’s crown EURSEK= is tipped by some for a tough time - ING strategists point out Sweden is the second-most open economy in the G10 group of rich countries based on a ratio of trade and economic output. Bank of ...