European Currency Quotation

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Definition of 'European Currency Quotation'


An indirect quotation in the foreign exchange markets whereby the value of a foreign currency is stated as a per-unit measure of the U.S. dollar. This type of quotation shows how much foreign currency it takes to purchase one U.S. dollar.

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Investopedia explains 'European Currency Quotation'


For example, a European currency quote would be C$1.24 per US$1. This explains that it will take 1.24 Canadian dollars to purchase a single unit of U.S. currency. If you wanted to purchase US$1,000 it would cost C$1,240.

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