Exchange Rate in Austria
The euro weakened in the mid-2010s, influenced by the European sovereign debt crisis and monetary easing by the European Central Bank. However, it saw periods of strength, particularly as the US Federal Reserve pursued its own easing policies. In late 2022, the euro briefly hit parity with the dollar for the first time in two decades. Overall, over the last decade, the euro lost ground against the dollar, on the back of lower interest rates and weaker economic growth prospects than the U.S.
The exchange rate ended 2022 at USD 1.07 per EUR, compared to the end-2021 value of USD 1.14 per EUR. For more exchange rate information, visit our dedicated page.
Austria Exchange Rate Chart
Austria Exchange Rate Data
|Exchange Rate (USD per EUR, eop)
|Exchange Rate (USD per EUR, aop)
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