Posted August 26, 2010At the close of trading in June, the Swiss franc was claiming a rate of 6.2647 against the Chinese yuan. On the first day back to trading after the weekend the franc managed an appreciable jump up to 6.3519, giving it the first good result on the currency converter. But could it keep this up?
Posted July 16, 2010This is another interesting match up for us to take a look at during June. The New Zealand dollar is a reasonably strong currency, as is the Canadian dollar, so which one will come out on top between the two of them?
Posted July 16, 2010At the end of May the exchange rate between these two was 9.5905. But as June got underway could the Euro improve on this and gain an even better rate as the weeks went by? We were looking closely at the currency converter as the days ticked by, and here is what we found out.
Posted July 16, 2010We’ve got two major currencies here and we’re going to see which one got the upper hand during June on the currency converter. The US dollar is going head to head with another major currency, so it will be interesting to see what happens.
Posted June 15, 2010When we think about Europe in terms of the exchange rates we tend to think of the Euro before anything else. But there are some other notable countries that have retained their own currency, and two of these are the Swiss franc and the Swedish krona. We’re going to take a look at these two this month, to see how they fared on the currency converter.
Posted June 15, 2010Not literally of course, as we are talking about their respective currencies here. Let’s see how things went during the month of May. Which of these two would end up getting the better result as the month went by?
Posted June 15, 2010These two have been close to parity in the not so distant past, but which currency would make it to the top during May?
Posted May 14, 2010These two currencies are always fascinating to look at on the currency converter. But with the events in Greece proving problematic for the European Union, will the US dollar be able to take advantage and up the exchange rate against the single currency?
Posted May 14, 2010This month we’re going to take a look at how two dollars from totally different parts of the world managed to do against each other. The Canadian dollar is the first one, and we’ve picked the New Zealand dollar to look at as well. Which one would come out on top when we look at the figures on the currency converter for the month of April?
Posted May 14, 2010Here we have two strong European currencies – both well known and both eager to do well on the world currency stage. The Swiss franc was not swallowed by the Euro when it first came about, so it will be keen to perform well on the currency converter when it comes to exchange rates.