Posted by Allison on 13 August 2012, 14:27
It was another busy month for the pound back in July. It started the month on 12.104 against the Hong Kong dollar, but would this exchange rate be bettered once the month was at an end? Let’s find out.
Posted by Allison on 25 July 2012, 17:19
Our other report this month focuses on the Aussie dollar. Will the pound have an equally tough time against the New Zealand dollar as well?
Posted by Allison on 25 July 2012, 17:17
Here is a currency pairing that we haven’t focused on in some time. Will the pound come out on top when going up against the Aussie dollar?
Posted by Allison on 16 June 2012, 06:32
Sometimes the pattern that will be evident for the whole month against a particular currency becomes clear before the month is over. This was the case this time around against the Hong Kong dollar.
Posted by Allison on 16 June 2012, 06:31
The British pound was all set to take on the Swiss franc during May. With a reasonably good exchange rate to start things off, could it manage to get a good result by the time the month was over?
Posted by Allison on 24 May 2012, 11:26
While there are many reasons to use an exchange rate calculator, one of the most fascinating ones has to do with looking at historic rates. It can provide an intriguing window onto history.
Posted by Allison on 23 May 2012, 10:17
Many people will remember the booze cruise heyday from before the advent of the Euro, when it was worth going to France for the day just to stock up on wine and beer. Could those times be back?
Posted by Allison on 21 May 2012, 13:37
Whenever you go online you have the potential to download lots of useful widgets and information on currency matters. But how safe is it to do so?
Posted by Allison on 21 May 2012, 13:36
One thing we have seen a lot of in recent days is the Prime Minister David Cameron giving his opinions on the situation in Europe. But is he right to do so when Britain hasn’t adopted the Euro for itself?
Posted by Allison on 17 May 2012, 10:26
If you want to exchange your own currency for another one – either for a business trip abroad or perhaps for a holiday – it makes sense that you would want to get the best possible exchange rate you can.