Posted September 03, 2009We have often reported on specific currencies struggling to remain in a reasonably strong position during the current economic situation. And one such currency we are going to focus in on this month is the Russian ruble.
Posted September 03, 2009If you have been reading the various news stories on the Bloomberg website...
Posted September 03, 2009We don’t often see too much news about the Brazilian real. This currency isn’t one of the world’s biggest or most notable ones. And yet it still goes up against every other world currency – big and small – every single day.
Posted July 16, 2009There have been a few rumblings about this in the past, but it seems as if this idea has reared its head again. And this time China is part of the reason why it has occurred.
Posted July 16, 2009Let’s face it - every single currency in existence has had its rough times during the current global recession. But that doesn’t mean that they have all suffered in the same amounts. If you use your currency converter regularly and you experiment with various currencies and figures to see how far your own currency is going at the moment, you should put it up against the Mexican peso.
Posted July 16, 2009Doubts over the US economy and its longer term prospects seem to have been good for one currency at least recently. It would appear that the Japanese yen has found some good results recently, and the US dollar has suffered a bit in contrast.
Posted July 16, 2009The Euro has been one of the most robust currencies in the market of late – and for quite a long time to be truthful. It has had its ups and downs, much like any other currency, but they don’t seem to have been as bad as those suffered by some other currencies.
Posted July 16, 2009Sometimes a particular currency can go through a prolonged period of the doldrums before finally turning the corner. And it would appear that the Canadian dollar has just turned such a corner.
Posted June 26, 2009Whenever you read about what the world’s many currencies are doing and how they are performing, there are some you always read about. Others meanwhile don’t tend to make as many headlines. This is generally because they are not among the world’s top currencies, and are not the ones that are used most often.
Posted June 26, 2009The Hong Kong dollar doesn’t always receive the same amount of headlines as other currencies such as the US dollar and the Euro. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth taking a closer look at how it has been performing of late.