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Foreign exchangeLooking for competitive exchange rates in all major currencies? EUbusiness, in partnership with TorFX, provides online foreign exchange tools, information and currency.

Manage foreign exchange transfers of all types and sizes, including:
corporate FX requirements, money transfer and currency requirements


TorFX's expertise in foreign exchange and international payments can help you save money, control FX risk, and grow your profits.

TorFX on EUbusiness can assist with:

  • Importing / Exporting Goods and Materials
  • Working overseas / Employment relocation
  • Office relocation / Expansion to new country
  • Return of overseas shared dividends
  • Repatriation of funds

** Benefits to corporate clients **

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A foreign currency transaction through TorFX can help you buy an overseas property, emigrate and pay bills. Save money with:

  • Paying an overseas mortgage
  • Purchase of luxuries eg wine, art
  • Purchase of cars / yachts
  • Medical bills and insurance
  • Tax and Legal fees
  • Receiving an overseas pension
  • Inheritance / Trust funds
  • Sending money to family abroad
  • Paying for holidays

** Buying property in Europe **

** Benefits to private clients **

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As a specialist in Foreign Exchange services TorFX is often cheaper and quicker than bank foreign exchange services.

Our service provides the most competitive rates of Foreign Exchange for businesses and individuals needing to make international payments and transfers.

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Euro factsheets



EU support programme helps Greece towards financial stability
Greece has shown steady recovery since it successfully concluded its European Stability Mechanism support programme to restore financial stability and promote growth and job creation, the EU said Tuesday.

Euro drop hits cost of living for Europeans in USA
Europe now accounts for less than a fifth (19 per cent) of the world’s most expensive cities, with 11 European cities dropping out of the top 100, according to ECA International's latest Cost of Living report.

20 years ago, on 1 January 1999, 11 EU countries fixed their exchange rates, adopted a shared monetary policy under the European Central Bank, and launched a new common currency on world financial markets: the euro. Three years later, euro notes and coins entered into circulation. Today, the euro is the currency of 19 EU countries, over 340 million EU citizens and the second most important currency in the world.

EU's single currency turns 20 years old
The euro, Europe's common currency, turned 20 on 1 January 2019. 11 EU states launched the euro in January 1999, introducing a shared monetary policy under the European Central Bank.

Brussels seeks stronger global role for euro
The EU Commission put forward a number of initiatives Wednesday to boost the global role of the single currency, seeking to challenge the dollar's global dominance, particularly in the energy sector.

Greece no longer in breach of EU budget deficit rules
The European Union closed its excessive deficit procedure for Greece Monday, confirming that the country's deficit is now below 3 per cent of GDP, the EU's reference value for government deficits.

Euro hopefuls not yet ready to join
Of the seven countries legally committed to adopting the euro, none currently meets all the conditions for joining the single currency, says the 2016 Convergence Report, published Tuesday.

Five Presidents' Report - plans to strengthen Economic and Monetary Union as of 1 July 2015
The EU Institutions' five Presidents - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, together with the President of the Euro Summit, Donald Tusk, the President of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, and the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz - revealed on 22 June ambitious plans on how to deepen the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) as of 1 July 2015 and how to complete it by latest 2025.

Lithuania and the euro
Lithuania joined the European Union in 2004 and is currently preparing to adopt the euro.

Fifteenth report on practical preparations for the euro
It is only a few weeks to go until Lithuanians start using euros to pay for everyday transactions in their country. On 1 January 2015, Lithuania will become the 19th member of the euro area, which will then encompass all three Baltic States. On 21 November, the Commission adopted its fifteenth report on the practical preparations for the changeover, assessing the progress made up until the end of September 2014.

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Eurozone Economic Calendar

Tuesday 22 October

08:00 ECB Bank Lending Survey

Wednesday 23 October

14:00 Consumer Confidence (Oct) (Preliminary release)

Thursday 24 October

09:00 Markit Manufacturing PMI (Oct) (Preliminary release)
09:00 Markit Services PMI (Oct) (Preliminary release)
09:00 Markit PMI Composite (Oct) (Preliminary release)
11:45 ECB Deposit Rate Decision
11:45 ECB Interest Rate Decision
12:30 ECB Monetary Policy Statement and Press Conference

Friday 18 October

19:30 CFTC EUR NC Net Positions