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    1. The United States of America and the European Union boast 2 of the biggest economies with a joint GDP of over $31 Trillion USD. 2. Because of the huge traded volumes good short and long opportunities can be taken advantage of. 3. Inflation is low and economic growth is stable in both jurisdictions making it a lucrative asset to trade for investors as it possesses less risk.
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EUR/USD, also known as Fiber is one of the most traded pairs in the FX sector. The Euro currency was created in 1990 to make an economic monetary union aiming to mitigate the risks involved with cross border transactions.However, it was only in 2002 that the currency was introduced in physical form, before this it was pegged with the national currencies at a fixed exchange rate.Some factors you should keep an eye on when trading this pair are the economic performance of the US and the euro area, and the interest rate decision from the FED and the ECB. Besides being the only currency of 19 European Union members, the Euro has become the closest contender to the US dollar since its launch. Its low inflation and very information-rich environment makes of this pair a safe one to trade.

1. The eurozone is massive and having multiple countries makes it more vulnerable to economic crisis from one or the other members. Recent examples include Greece, Italy, Ireland etc. 2. The world trade is dominated heavily by the US Dollar, we can see Gold, Oil and many other commodities being traded against USD whereas it's not the same with Euro.