Posted by Allison on 14 May 2012, 14:07
Plenty of people have been shunning foreign holidays because of the recession. But even though a double dip recession has been in the news it is clear that there are still opportunities to get a lower priced holiday – and it is all down to the falling value of the Euro.
Posted by Allison on 11 May 2012, 14:34
Choosing the best currency converter for your needs is important if you are going to find one that is easy to use. Quite often an experimental approach will lead you to the right one in the end.
Posted by Allison on 10 May 2012, 13:04
The Euro appears to be going through another period of instability after President Sarkozy was ousted in France and the government in Greece remained in the balance. What would happen if these events led to the eventual demise of the Euro?
Posted by Allison on 9 May 2012, 14:13
If you’re heading abroad on holiday in the near future – or even going away on a business trip – you’ll want to get a good deal on the foreign currency you’re going to take with you. But how can you do this?
Posted by Allison on 4 May 2012, 09:58
There are plenty of different financially motivated websites across the web today. Some are focused on the financial markets and what is happening in them on a daily basis.
Posted by Allison on 3 May 2012, 14:14
Unless you happen to work in the field of currency in some way, the chances are you may not have the need to learn much about foreign currencies. But this may change if you are going on a foreign holiday for the first time.
Posted by Allison on 13 April 2012, 14:35
It is time once again to see how the British pound would perform against the Icelandic krona. This can be an interesting pairing and as March got underway the pound was bagging a rate of 198.547 against the krona.
Posted by Allison on 13 April 2012, 14:34
The Swiss franc and the British pound stand as two of the few individual currencies that are still left after the Euro swallowed up many of the other popular currencies across Europe several years ago.
Posted by Allison on 17 March 2012, 14:38
It’s time to see how things went against the Hong Kong dollar last month, and to see which currency would end up in the better position on the currency converter at the end of it. The pound started with a rate of 12.237 against the dollar, so where would we take that particular exchange rate?
Posted by Allison on 17 March 2012, 14:36
It isn’t every day that we look at where the British pound stands against the Canadian dollar. Mostly this is because the Canadian dollar isn’t always that much different to the US dollar. But every now and then it is good to check out the situation, and that is what we are going to do this month.