Which Would Win – The British Pound Or The Japanese Yen?

Posted by Allison on 14 May 2010, 14:08

We often take a look at this currency pairing because both currencies are quite high up in the echelons of the currency markets. How would they perform against each other during the month of April this year?

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The British Pound Takes On The Swiss Franc

Posted by Allison on 14 May 2010, 14:07

At the end of March we saw the British pound settling on an exchange rate of 1.6044 with the Swiss franc. But what kind of results would we see on the currency converter from that point onwards?



The British Pound Goes Head To Head With The Euro

Posted by Allison on 14 April 2010, 13:48

Sometimes in this series of articles we look at some more obscure currencies to get an idea of how the British pound is performing on a wider scale. But this month we are looking at major currencies on the currency converter – and they don’t get much bigger than the Euro.

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How Did The Pound Fare Against The US Dollar During March?

Posted by Allison on 14 April 2010, 13:48

The British pound has always had something of a hard time against the US dollar – or at least that is the way it seems. So how did it get on during March, having had a particularly rough time in recent months?

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How Would The Pound Fare In Canada?

Posted by Allison on 14 April 2010, 13:47

Another major currency is up for a close inspection this month against the pound, as we go to see what the British pound could achieve against the Canadian dollar. We were starting from a rate of 1.6079, so anything better than this would be worth celebrating as March got underway.



How Does The Pound Fare Against The Maldives Currency?

Posted by Allison on 21 March 2010, 04:38

In the second of this month’s reports featuring the British pound going up against three other currencies, we’re going to take a look at how it did during February against the Maldives currency. Once again this isn’t a currency we typically look at, but it does represent an interesting one for any holidaymakers who are thinking of visiting that part of the world.

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The British Pound Goes Up Against The Kenyan Shilling

Posted by Allison on 21 March 2010, 04:37

If you are considering heading off to Kenya for a safari this year, you will probably be interested to know how the British pound is performing against this currency. At the end of the 1st February a pound was worth 120.795 Kenyan shillings, but where did it go from there?

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Could The Pound Tackle The New Zealand Dollar?

Posted by Allison on 21 March 2010, 04:36

We take a look at the way the pound is going up against the New Zealand dollar in our weekly currency reports. But it is sometimes better to take a step back and see how the pound performs over the course of a whole week instead. This is because it gives us a better picture that we cannot deny. But is it a picture we want to look at or not?

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The Pound Tries To Take On The Canadian Dollar – But With What Result?

Posted by Allison on 15 February 2010, 10:55

As 2009 came to an end we were seeing the pound claiming 1.7034 against the Canadian dollar. This was quite reasonable but we were hoping the New Year would inspire the pound to greater heights and see it claiming more of the Canadian dollar than it had in the past.

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How Has The Pound Been Faring Against The Barbados Dollar?

Posted by Allison on 15 February 2010, 10:54

Quite often we focus on how the pound has been doing against some of the world’s biggest currencies. But every now and then we look at another currency which is perhaps not as widely known. The Barbados dollar is one such currency, so let’s see how the British pound performed against it during January.



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