Posted November 26, 2010An unusual pairing making their way through choppy times – that could be the subheading for this article as we take a fresh look at the baht and the Euro going head to head against each other. The baht is not a currency we look at all the time, but it definitely merits a closer look on the currency converter for October, as it produced some interesting exchange rates against the Euro.
Posted November 26, 2010It’s an interesting question, given the fact that the Canadian dollar has been close to (and in fact has achieved) parity against the US dollar several times recently. Would it manage to give the Euro a run for its money during October?
Posted November 05, 2010It is time to see how two of the biggest European currencies managed against each other during September. We’re talking about the Euro of course, and the other currency is the ever present Swiss franc.
Posted November 05, 2010The Swiss franc and the British pound both have one thing in common at the very least. Neither of them are willing to sink themselves into the Euro and disappear as a result.
Posted November 05, 2010Even though we tend to focus mainly on the world’s biggest currencies for the head to head reports in this part of the website, we don’t always look at all the possibilities. Sometimes certain currency pairings can escape our attention for a while, and with this in mind let’s take a look and see what happened between the Swiss franc and the Canadian dollar as August gave way to September.
Posted September 25, 2010That was the question we started off the month of August with. The closing rate for the US dollar versus its Hong Kong equivalent was 7.7663, so we were hoping to see a better rate than this on the currency converter by the end of the month. Would we get it though?
Posted September 25, 2010That was the question on our minds as the dollar finished August on 1.0393 against the Swiss currency. First blood certainly went to the dollar as the rate on the currency converter on the 2nd August turned out to be 1.0449. But where would things go from there?
Posted September 25, 2010The USA and Canada might share a border, but they don’t share a currency. You will see the fluctuations between the US and Canadian dollars regularly on the currency converter, and this month we’ll take a closer look at what’s happening.
Posted August 26, 2010The US dollar is seen as the mightiest currency in the world. Many people look to it as a measure of what is going on financially, so it can be interesting to see how it fares against the Euro. This is after all the major currency in Europe, so to see these two big currencies going head to head can be fascinating.
Posted August 26, 2010This isn’t a currency pairing we look at very often, and yet the two currencies are regarded as being among the main global currencies in existence. So let’s put that right today by looking to see which one came out on top in the currency converter for July.