Posted by Allison on 1 September 2009, 15:24
We all know that the pound has actually been doing rather well in recent weeks. Compared to the freefall it went into against the US dollar last year, when a $2 pound finished up at a low of $1.3630 towards the end of January this year, it has picked itself up and been doing well in getting going in the opposite direction again.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2009, 11:22
The Danish krone might be worth a look, even though it has taken a dip for the worse in recent times. Two weeks ago a pound would have got you 8.6959 Denmark krone, but it dropped back to 8.6096 on the 8th.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2009, 11:21
The pound hasn’t exactly had the best time of things as the seventh month of 2009 has got underway. As was widely reported online on the major currency and news related websites, the British pound struggled considerably.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2009, 11:20
It hasn’t been a good month for the British pound, and it certainly hasn’t held its best performance against the Euro.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2009, 11:18
According to recent speculation it could well be. The pound has had a rough year with big losses against the Euro and the US dollar in particular, as well as other currencies. Now it has made back some gains in recent weeks it would seem disappointing that some people think it won’t last.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2009, 11:16
We’re all feeling the effects of the recession at the moment. But if regular priced goods of all kinds are becoming harder to afford, there is no doubt that increasing prices are even more difficult to cope with.
Posted by Allison on 14 July 2009, 10:52
There are a million things to think about when you have a foreign holiday booked up. You need to make sure your passport is up to date, you need to pack everything you need – and you need to get the right currency for the country you are travelling to.
Posted by Allison on 14 July 2009, 10:46
And one of the most important things you need to think about before you go is getting the right amount of foreign currency that you need for your destination.
Posted by Allison on 11 June 2009, 11:08
Prime Minister Gordon Brown was never voted into government in the first place. He took over from Tony Blair when he gave up the post. This means that Brown is unelected – a fact that many people feel cheated about.
Posted by Allison on 11 June 2009, 11:07
You don’t have to be an expert to know that things haven’t been too good for British Prime Minister Gordon Brown of late. With doubts – voiced and otherwise – about his strength of leadership, it wasn’t surprising that the pound suffered alongside him.