Posted by Allison on 11 November 2011, 15:23
Not every European country is part of the Euro – a fact that some will probably be quite thankful for at this moment in time. But there are still exchange rates to be sorted out between other currencies, not least the British pound and the Swiss franc. How did these two perform against each other during October?
Posted by Allison on 20 October 2011, 14:41
What is a money converter? Basically speaking it is a widget that allows you to figure out how much one currency is worth in relation to another.
Posted by Allison on 14 October 2011, 14:15
The Icelandic currency isn’t one we typically look at very often. But the pattern during September was interesting enough to warrant a closer look on the currency converter to see how the exchange rate varied from the starting point of 185.060.
Posted by Allison on 14 October 2011, 14:13
Unless you have been somewhere out of reach of the outside world in recent months, you cannot fail to have noticed that the Euro has never been in more trouble than it is at the moment. At the end of August the British pound was worth 1.1291 against the European single currency. But a lot happened during September.
Posted by Allison on 15 September 2011, 09:57
The Swiss franc is often seen as quite a strong currency. It certainly has the air of standing its ground when the Euro seems to be approaching from all corners. But how did the British pound stand up to the Swiss franc on the currency converter last month?
Posted by Allison on 15 September 2011, 09:55
We often take a look at how the pound performs against the US dollar. But what about the Canadian dollar – could it do well against this neighbouring currency?
Posted by Allison on 15 August 2011, 14:02
Most people are aware that the British pound is lower in value than it has been against the Euro and the US dollar in recent times. This is to be expected since we have gone through a tough recession.
Posted by Allison on 15 August 2011, 14:01
One of the biggest financial news stories to break in recent weeks has been the announcement of the US having its credit rating downgraded. You would expect the British pound to try and capitalise on this news by increasing its value against the US dollar.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2011, 15:25
At the beginning of June the pound was able to claim an exchange rate of 1.6495 against the US dollar. This seemed quite respectable and we were hopeful that we could at least keep up this kind of exchange rate on the currency converter for the remainder of June.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2011, 15:24
The Euro has been through many ups and downs of late, and arguably more downs than ups. So how would this affect the exchange rate with the British pound as the two went up against each other on the currency converter during June?