The market overview lets you quickly compare price movements on different timescales.
The overview shows three gauges, for the price movement during the last 60 minutes, 24 hours, and 5 days.
Each gauge shows the current price in relation to the high-low range (with prices). A gauge which is
mostly blue means that the current price is towards the top end of the range; orange means that the price
is towards the lower end of the range. The inner bar then shows the open price for the period, and the
corresponding % change.
Below the gauges are three simple candle charts, letting you compare short-term market activity on
the M5, M15 and H1 timeframes.
The EURAUD is the abbreviation for the Euro against Australian Dollar. The EUR is the second most
commonly-traded currency in the foreign exchange market. The EUR (nicknamed "fiber" or "fibre") and
the AUD (nicknamed "Aussie") are the official currencies of the world's largest trading bloc and the 12th largest
national economy, respectively. EUR/AUD indicates how much of the Aussie is needed to buy one euro. EUR/AUD's exchange rate
is greatly affected by the Eurozone and Australia's respective economic policies, unemployment rates, import/export data
and gross domestic product (GDP) growth.