Summary Of Currency Markets For June 21st – June 22nd 2010

Posted by Allison on 23 June 2010, 13:05

Moving on to the Euro now, we last left the pound on a rate of 1.1966 here. Things have been gradually improving against the single currency, although it hasn’t all been good news. We haven’t perhaps capitalised on the bad news about the future of the single currency as much as we could have done.

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Summary Of Currency Markets For June 16th – June 18th 2010

Posted by Allison on 21 June 2010, 13:03

We certainly started off in the right direction as our 1.4733 closing rate from Tuesday night went up to 1.4776 by Wednesday evening. Just twenty four hours later this looked much better still as we managed to increase the rate to 1.4807. Could we finally be on top of the US dollar and manage a good week overall instead of a lacklustre one?



Summary Of Currency Markets For June 14th – June 15th 2010

Posted by Allison on 16 June 2010, 12:38

Elsewhere it was a very different story though. Despite the problems the Euro is experiencing at the moment we were unable to gain any real advantage against the European single currency. In fact the loss here over those last three days added up to a marginal 0.0018. This was a small amount but it could have been worse.

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Summary Of Currency Markets For June 9th – June 11th 2010

Posted by Allison on 15 June 2010, 10:50

The opening rate between the British pound and the US dollar on the Wednesday of last week was 1.4421. Wednesday finished on the same exchange rate with no change at all, but Thursday was more interesting. The pound managed to add on a small amount to give it a closing rate for the day of 1.4596. But things were about to get better still as well.



Summary Of Currency Markets For June 7th – June 8th 2010

Posted by Allison on 10 June 2010, 16:17

Well we didn’t get off to a brilliant start as the pound fell back to 1.4502 by the end of Monday evening. And as things turned out, Tuesday was no better either. By the end of the night we were on 1.4421, so we ended up lower down than we had been to start with. We lost a total of around one and a half cents over those two days.



Summary Of Currency Markets For June 2nd – June 4th 2010

Posted by Allison on 8 June 2010, 10:15

Our starting point was an exchange rate of 1.4562 and we had a good start to the remainder of the week because we managed to achieve an increase which took us to 1.4659 the following day. We did better still the day after by pushing ahead a little more and finishing on 1.4679. There was still one more day to go though and unfortunately we couldn’t keep pushing in the right direction.

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Summary Of Currency Markets For May 31st – June 1st 2010

Posted by Allison on 2 June 2010, 12:00

We had good increases against three of the five currencies we usually look at, with two of them quite significant. We added on two and a quarter cents against the US dollar, while the increase against the Euro was much smaller at 0.0029 of a cent. Finally we added on a total of 0.157 against the Hong Kong dollar.



Summary Of Currency Markets For May 26th – May 28th 2010

Posted by Allison on 31 May 2010, 09:53

On Thursday the exchange rate changed again, this time to 1.4481 at the end of the day. And luckily for us the good news kept coming in our direction as well, because we ended up finishing the week on 1.4570, which gave us something to celebrate for the week. It meant we were finishing on a rate that was two and a quarter cents higher than it had been on Tuesday night.



Summary Of Currency Markets For May 24th – May 25th 2010

Posted by Allison on 26 May 2010, 10:16

Things stayed virtually the same on Monday, as the rate only had a marginal difference of 0.000015 in our favour. But Tuesday produced no better result as the final rate for the day then was 1.4345. So all in all there was a small but negative difference of 0.0013 for the British pound here. At least there weren’t any significant losses.

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Summary Of Currency Markets For May 19th – May 21st 2010

Posted by Allison on 24 May 2010, 09:33

Wednesday started well with an increase that pushed us up to 1.1654. But once again things then started to go downhill and Thursday night saw us lose ground once more, ending the day on 1.1568 as a result. And Friday unfortunately saw us gaining momentum in that direction. This meant our final rate for the week ended up on 1.1489.

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