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Posted December 24th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 24th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 24th December 2008


Currency

Rate

EURO

1.052

US$

1.472

CHF

1.590

CAN$

1.791

AUS$

2.159

Comments: Poor UK economic data and record lows for new mortgages in November meant that sterling lurched into the Christmas break hitting new lows against the € and losing ground against the US$. Will the picture improve soon, probably not. But lets not be all doom and gloom and lets enjoy Christmas. All the very best for this festive season.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

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Posted December 23rd, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 23rd December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 23rd December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.058

US$

1.481

CHF

1.606

CAN$

1.806

AUS$

2.164

Comments: Sterling continues to hit lows against the € as the departing Deputy Governor of the Bank of England highlights how wrong they all got it and how limited interest rates are in trying to control matters. Most lay people could have told the Government and the Bank of England this. I don’t expect any upside for sterling any time soon.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

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Posted December 19th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 19th December 2008

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 19th December 2008

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.115
1.077
US$
1.488
1.498
CAN$
1.849
1.825
AUS$
2.254
2.182
NZD
2.734
2.595
AED
5.443
5.499

CHF

1.754
1.661

ZAR(Rand)

15.089
14.601

Charles’s Thoughts:  The downward trend for sterling has continued. More record lows were recorded against the euro and the dismal outlook for business growth, falling house prices and rising unemployment has only compounded matters. Exchange bureaus are now officially offering less than €1/£1 and the market rates are only a few cents away from parity. Consumer confidence has been severely dented according to the Bank of England’s minutes, which were released this week and the UK’s outlook is increasingly negative. Better-than-expected UK retail sales data both year-on-year and month-on-month did nothing much to help. Still no sign of any upside for Sterling.

The Federal Reserve in America surprised the markets worldwide by cutting interest rates down to between 0% to 0.25%. The FED’s accompanying statement to the decision which suggested that the rates will be kept at these levels for some time had the immediate effect of weakening the US$ across the board. However, much of the lost ground against sterling was recovered throughout the rest of the week as prices moved back under the $1.50/£1 mark. The future strength of the US$ still hinges on whether it maintains its status as a safe-haven currency in the face of weak market data and the volatile price of oil. Risk-averse investors will be hard pushed to leave their funds in a currency where there is almost a tradition of the government printing more and more money as they seem to lose their grip on the economy.

Mixed Eurozone data and the continuing speculation that the European Central Bank will not slash interest rates in the same manor as the UK and US saw the euro make substantial gains against the US$ and sterling. The outlook for 2009 remains gloomy for Europe and according to some analysts the delay in cutting interest rates could prove to have a prolonging effect on the recession and a mistake in the long-term.

With little in terms of important market data, sterling’s movement against the high-yield and/or commodity backed currencies was predictably negative over the course of the week with only a brief rally from sterling regaining some of the losses on Friday.

Why is Currency Management So Important? Using a bank could cost you £3-4,000 per £100,000 transferred. Buying at the “wrong” time could cost you many £’000′s more as rates can move as much as 3% in a very short period of time. Then add in transfer costs that the banks charge for sending and receiving funds and you could be looking at additional costs of £10,000 per £100,000 transferred. By developing a currency strategy and by working with a specialist currency broker these losses could be minimised if not eliminated.

Smart Client Testimonial: “Thank you for making our transactions go so smoothly. As promised, our account was opened within hours. Your traders were pleasant and efficient, and each transaction was very much at the exchange rate I expected…ie not a million miles away from the inter-bank rates and certainly much better than my high street bank could quote. All in all, an easy experience and we will have absolutely no hesitation in recommending your services to any of our friends buying property abroad.” Ian Pritchard

If you haven’t opened a Smart account yet, call me on freephone 0808 163 0102 or fill out our online Account Form at: http://www.SmartCurrencyExchange.com/application.htm

How much will a Property Cost? To estimate the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate rate noted above. But note this is based on the inter bank rate so the actual cost will be slightly more.

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Currency Report
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Currency Quotation
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Posted December 19th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 19th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 19th December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.070

US$

1.497

CHF

1.653

CAN$

1.833

AUS$

2.193

Comments: More record lows for sterling have seen sterling only a few cents off parity with the euro and with bureau’s now offering less than €1/£1 the writing is on the wall for the UK economy. Against the US$ the dollar sterling lost all of the gains from midweek and is at multi-year lows against a host of currencies despite seeing slightly better than expected retail sales figures released yesterday.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

To get an initial estimate of the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate currency rate noted above.



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Suggestions should not be taken as advice or fact. The market does what it wants to do.  We have no crystal ball and as ever we recommend that if an exchange rate works for your budget then don’t try and wait for an even better exchange rate, as Murphy’s Law says the rate will go against you and cause you maximum pain!



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Posted December 18th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency note – 18th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 18th December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.053

US$

1.554

CHF

1.619

CAN$

1.829

AUS$

2.179

Comments: What more can anyone say about sterling? The seemingly constant fall against the euro has brought an air of inevitability about going to price parity with the euro and perhaps even lower. The tangible effects of the credit crunch in the UK are setting in. Areas such as unemployment, some due to the closure of established high street names have impacted consumer confidence and due to increasingly poor economic forecasts sterling’s demise is very much a home rooted problem. Euro-zone data continues to be weak along with that of the US and as described in the minutes of the Bank of England’s meeting on monetary policy this month suggested that “The slowdown in the international economy had appeared to be remarkably synchronised in the United States, Europe and Asia”. However, the impact on the UK is still expected to be much greater “In the United Kingdom, many business surveys were at historically low levels, consistent with a recession”. We will only truly know when we have reached the bottom of the market for sterling when the worst is over.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

To get an initial estimate of the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate currency rate noted above.



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Suggestions should not be taken as advice or fact. The market does what it wants to do.  We have no crystal ball and as ever we recommend that if an exchange rate works for your budget then don’t try and wait for an even better exchange rate, as Murphy’s Law says the rate will go against you and cause you maximum pain!



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Posted December 16th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 16th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 16th December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.116

US$

1.524

CHF

1.762

CAN$

1.882

AUS$

2.275

Comments: UK house price figures showing the steep decline over the last year with suggestions the fall will continue throughout 2009 did not help sterling yesterday as it set new record lows against the euro. Having lost and then regained some ground during the day sterling closed relatively unchanged against the euro but made significant gains against the US$. Anticipation of another cut in US interest rates, which will be announced this evening, as well as growing fears of the impact of the credit crisis weakened the US$ against almost all major currencies. Confidence in the US markets is deteriorating once more and risk-averse investors will be hard pushed to leave their funds in a currency where there is almost a tradition of the government printing more and more money as they seem to lose their grip on the economy.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

To get an initial estimate of the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate currency rate noted above.



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Suggestions should not be taken as advice or fact. The market does what it wants to do.  We have no crystal ball and as ever we recommend that if an exchange rate works for your budget then don’t try and wait for an even better exchange rate, as Murphy’s Law says the rate will go against you and cause you maximum pain!



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Posted December 12th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 12th December 2008

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 12th December 2008

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.153
1.115
US$
1.460
1.488
CAN$
1.903
1.849
AUS$
2.304
2.254
NZD
2.794
2.734
AED
5.644
5.443

CHF

1.786
1.754

ZAR(Rand)

15.564
15.089

Charles’s Thoughts:  Sterling suffered another slump against the euro and drew massive media attention for hitting record lows daily. The fall in value of over 20% through this year has and will continue to have a serious impact on sectors the UK economy with added pressure on everyone from major importers through to British ex-pats having their pensions transfers sent overseas. On the flip-side of this, UK exporters who may have expected to benefit from the ever-cheapening pound have only found that business on the whole has slowed down as the global economic down-turn gains pace. Poor economic data continued to weigh on sterling with falling industrial production and a further contraction in the housing market all contributing to the demise of sterling.

The US$ flattered sterling this week as the pound rose by over 3% from Monday to Friday. Whether this should be classed as a rebound from the US$’s sudden resurgence starting about four months ago or that the consistently below-par US economic data is finally taking its toll is only adding to the anticipation of another reduction in US interest rates by the Federal Reserve who will meet next week. Should US interest rates be cut below the 1% mark the precedent will be set and the UK may well be expected to follow their lead and cut at their next opportunity in the new year.

European market data has been rather indifferent throughout the week but due thanks to the obvious issues in the UK and America the euro made broad gains against sterling and the US$. Some of the advances from the euro are perhaps thanks to a less ‘aggressive’ approach from the European Central Bank (ECB) in reducing euro interest rates as well as comments this week from ECB board members suggesting that they are not guaranteeing further cuts in the early months of 2009.

There was no significant movement against the high yield and/or commodity backed currencies for sterling this week. Interest rates in Canada were reduced earlier in the week with the growing pressures of the global downturn sited as the main reasons behind the decision.

Why is Currency Management So Important? Using a bank could cost you £3-4,000 per £100,000 transferred. Buying at the “wrong” time could cost you many £’000′s more as rates can move as much as 3% in a very short period of time. Then add in transfer costs that the banks charge for sending and receiving funds and you could be looking at additional costs of £10,000 per £100,000 transferred. By developing a currency strategy and by working with a specialist currency broker these losses could be minimised if not eliminated.

Smart Client Testimonial: “Thank you for making our transactions go so smoothly. As promised, our account was opened within hours. Your traders were pleasant and efficient, and each transaction was very much at the exchange rate I expected…ie not a million miles away from the inter-bank rates and certainly much better than my high street bank could quote. All in all, an easy experience and we will have absolutely no hesitation in recommending your services to any of our friends buying property abroad.” Ian Pritchard

If you haven’t opened a Smart account yet, call me on freephone 0808 163 0102 or fill out our online Account Form at: http://www.SmartCurrencyExchange.com/application.htm

How much will a Property Cost? To estimate the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate rate noted above. But note this is based on the inter bank rate so the actual cost will be slightly more.

Charles Purdy
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Smart Resources

Currency Strategy Worksheet
Need help creating a Currency Strategy? Download our Currency Strategy Worksheet:
http://www.smartcurrencyexchange.com/downloads/CurrencyStrategyWorksheet.pdf

Currency Report
Have your read our 10-page Currency Report that outlines the top 3 mistakes that overseas buyers make when exchanging and transferring their money overseas? Get the report here:
http://www.SmartCurrencyExchange.com/downloads/ThreeMistakes.pdf

Currency Quotation
Are you interested in a currency rate for Euros, US$’s, CYP, NZD, or any other currency, please fill out our Smart quotation form at: http://www.SmartCurrencyExchange.com/smartquotation.htm


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Posted December 12th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 12th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 12th December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.120

US$

1.493

CHF

1.763

CAN$

1.858

AUS$

2.274

Comments: Sterling continued its decent against the euro yesterday and approached the €1.10/£1 mark as UK consumer confidence fell amidst fears of parity between the two currencies grew stronger. A small positive for sterling had been a second consecutive day of gains against the US$. Weak trade balance figures from the US caused the US$ to fall across the board and reach its lowest level against the Japanese Yen in 13 years. Alarming US unemployment and house price figures put further pressure on the US$ which will be tested next week when the Federal Reserve decides on whether to bring the US$ interest rates below 1%.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

To get an initial estimate of the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate currency rate noted above.



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Posted December 11th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 11th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 11th December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.139

US$

1.496

CHF

1.785

CAN$

1.875

AUS$

2.263

Comments: Sterling found new lows against the euro and closed marginally up against the US$ yesterday. Sterling’s value, or rather lack of, against most major currencies is now hitting the front pages of the popular press as they chart the unrest being felt in many areas of UK society as well as the economy. From major importers to ex-pats abroad losing out on their pension transfers the interest in sterling’s exchange rate and the driving forces behind its fall continues to grow. The rest of this week offers little in terms of market data for sterling and prices have stabilised for the moment keeping sterling under the €1.15/£1 and 1.50USD/£1 mark.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

To get an initial estimate of the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate currency rate noted above.



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Suggestions should not be taken as advice or fact. The market does what it wants to do.  We have no crystal ball and as ever we recommend that if an exchange rate works for your budget then don’t try and wait for an even better exchange rate, as Murphy’s Law says the rate will go against you and cause you maximum pain!



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Posted December 10th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 10th December 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 10th December 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.145

US$

1.478

CHF

1.785

CAN$

1.865

AUS$

2.250

Comments: Sterling edged down by roughly a cent against both the euro and the US$ yesterday after the release of poor UK industrial production data showing further contraction of the economy. German and French trade balance figures released in the morning also lifted the euro against sterling. Interest rates in Canada were reduced yesterday to their lowest in half a century with the growing pressures of the global downturn sited as the main reasons behind the decision. There is little in terms of important market data on the calendar this week for sterling and so its short-term trend will be more influenced by events elsewhere in the world.

Note:  All rates are mid market inter bank and indicative at the point of publication. 

To get an initial estimate of the cost of a property simply DIVIDE the price of the property by the appropriate currency rate noted above.



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Suggestions should not be taken as advice or fact. The market does what it wants to do.  We have no crystal ball and as ever we recommend that if an exchange rate works for your budget then don’t try and wait for an even better exchange rate, as Murphy’s Law says the rate will go against you and cause you maximum pain!



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