Convert currencies instantly with this free forex calculator.
Check the latest forex exchange rates here. Choose any two currencies, enter an amount, and the currency converter will show you the current rate. Plus, take a look at recent price movements on a live forex chart.
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How do currency rates work?
Currency rates work by telling you how much one currency is worth in another. When you trade forex, you’re always exchanging currencies – whether it's euros for dollars, pounds for Swiss francs or Hungarian forints for Polish złotys. Currency calculators tell you how much you’ll get at the end of the transaction.
The exchange rates of currencies are always on the move. Forex traders try to take advantage of these changing rates to earn a profit. For example, you could buy euros by selling dollars, wait for the euro to increase in value against the dollar, then convert your EUR back into USD for a profit.
If the euro fell against the dollar, though, you’d make a loss.
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*Refers to FX executions for the FOREX.com group. Please note that multiple factors may impact execution speed, including but not limited; market conditions, platform type, network connectivity, trading strategies, and account type. FOREX.com's execution statistics represent orders executed on FOREX.com's platforms during market hours between January 31, 2023, 5:00 pm ET, and February 28, 2023, 5:00 pm ET for all FOREX.com's international affiliates and exclude trades/orders entered on the MetaTrader platform.
Market volatility, volume, and system availability may delay trade executions. Price can change quickly in fast market conditions, resulting in an execution price different from the price available at the time order is submitted. Price improvement is not guaranteed and will not occur in all situations.
**Excludes trades that received non-standard order processing and orders that failed to trigger