Posted January 18, 2010As we came to the end of a year and got ready to start a new one, there was the question of how things would progress on the currency markets as well. Would the US dollar be able to finish on a good note and get a good rate on the currency converter when it came to the Australian dollar?
Posted January 18, 2010When it came down to two dollars battling it out to see who came out with the highest exchange rate, who won? Who managed to get a better currency converter rate to close out 2009 with?
Posted December 24, 2009The Canadian dollar was worth 0.9277 US dollars as November got underway. But what would it be worth just one month later – more or less? Let’s find out.
Posted December 24, 2009So let’s take a look at this particular head to head between two big currencies on the currency converter. Which one of them came out on top during November?
Posted December 24, 2009The US dollar was bagging 46.920 Indian rupees as October came to a close. But with November stretching out in front of it anything could happen to adjust that exchange rate. Shall we see how things panned out?
Posted November 16, 2009The Swiss franc is one of the few remaining currencies in Europe that hasn’t been swallowed up by the Euro. As such this currency is usually well worth watching as it takes on all the other world currencies – and October was no exception to this.
Posted November 16, 2009So was it the yen or the yuan that would come out fighting in October? This isn’t a currency match up we often look at, so we are overdue for another look at what has been happening in recent months with regard to the Japanese and Chinese currencies.
Posted November 16, 2009October was certainly a rocky month for the Canadian dollar and it tried to take on the Euro without success. The 1st October saw a closing rate of 0.6409 to get the month started on, but a day later the dollar had lost more than a cent already, leaving it on 0.6306 at the close of play.
Posted October 16, 2009There is something of a relationship going on between the US dollar and gold right now. We don’t make a habit of looking at how various currencies do against precious metals on the currency converter, but sometimes it is good to see how things progress in this fashion.
Posted October 16, 2009The word parity has been bandied about a bit in recent months with regard to currencies. It tends to crop up in certain conversations more than in others, and they almost always relate to two currencies in particular – the British pound and the Euro.