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Posted September 30th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 30th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 30th September 2008


Currency

Rate

EURO

1.257

US$

1.804

CHF

1.982

CAN$

1.887

AUS$

2.243

Comments:  Yesterday was dubbed the worst day in history for the world’s stock markets. By the time the markets opened in the UK yesterday morning, there was yet another victim of the credit crunch in need of a government funded life-line. Nationalisation, bail-outs and rescue packages seem to be the only weapon in the UK and American government’s arsenals to fight the ongoing melt-down in the financial sector. Sterling had already lost significant ground against the US$ over the weekend and edged down against the euro throughout the day. The speculation regarding the health of other major institutions in the UK, US and Eurozone will continue until there is something else to bring some perspective to this situation.

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

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Posted September 26th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 26th September 2008

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 26th September 2008

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.264
1.258
US$
1.830
1.839
CAN$
1.912
1.903
AUS$
2.191
2.212
NZD
2.656
2.683
AED
6.725
6.759

CHF

2.024
2.004

ZAR(Rand)

14.558
14.908

Charles’s Thoughts:  In a steadier week on the markets sterling stayed within a relatively small range against most major currencies. Edging up slowly throughout the week, then faltering late on Thursday to recover again to similar levels on Friday afternoon. The damage to sterling on Thursday was much owed to the increased likelihood of the Bank of England cutting UK interest rates soon. A second member of the BoE committee made comments supporting such a move and although cuts will undoubtedly happen, the timing is unknown, especially as the full extent of the credit crunch is yet to be felt.

American business has still been very much at the centre of attention this week. Issues regarding the colossal bail-out scheme for the financial sector in the US have dominated the headlines and put pressure on a shaky US$. Though the talks seemed to have stalled and the rescue-plans for the economy are still being formulated, the US$ smacks of a high-risk investment and a new ‘gold-rush’ is beginning as investors look to amass safe-haven reserves.

Europe is at a crossroads. The Republic of Ireland officially fell into recession this week as troubles in the economies of Spain and Germany compound the sentiment that the euro is only the best of a bad bunch. Interest rates could well be coming down in the following 2 quarters as the onus remains on combating inflation, according to the European Central Bank.

No big news on the high-yield and/or commodity backed currencies although New Zealand officially went into recession earlier this week. This may come as no massive surprise to many but since the fall in demand for commodities of late only the gold rich nations such as South Africa and the South African Rand have seen much positive movement.

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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Posted September 26th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 26th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 26th September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.258

US$

1.836

CHF

2.000

CAN$

1.904

AUS$

2.219

Comments:  Sterling lost ground late on yesterday closing lower against most major currencies. It seems that the likelihood of the Bank of England cutting UK interest rates sometime soon is increasing as a second member of the BoE committee made comments supporting such a move. Cuts will undoubtedly happen but the speed is unknown, especially as the full extent of the credit crunch is yet to be seen.

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 September 25th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 25th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 25th September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.264

US$

1.861

CHF

2.016

CAN$

1.927

AUS$

2.214

Comments:  Sterling remained steady yesterday in a quiet day for market data. Closing relatively unchanged against the euro and the US$ the currency markets have returned to some stability after an extremely nervy period. The political comment and involvement in the global financial crisis is increasing and could well prove to be crucial over the next year. The American election seems to hinge on the promises and rhetoric of the two candidates and their stances regarding how best to rescue the economy from its current state. British politics will undoubtedly follow suit, as business confidence is falling by the month.

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 September 24th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 24th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 24th September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.266

US$

1.858

CHF

2.020

CAN$

1.924

AUS$

2.219

Comments:  Sterling edged up against the euro and closed practically unchanged against the US$ yesterday. Weak eurozone business data and reports of the borrowing by European banks from the European Central Bank (ECB) over recent months have not helped the euro. Further reports of recession in Europe and forecasts of a cut in interest rates will also have helped take the recent focus away from the ailing US$. However, a speech from Bernanke, chairman of the Fed, later today could well be telling of how well the US$ will perform on the markets over the coming months.

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 September 23rd, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 23rd September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 23rd September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.258

US$

1.853

CHF

2.010

CAN$

1.918

AUS$

2.203

Comments:  Sterling edged down against the euro throughout yesterday but closed higher against the US$ in a quiet day on the markets. The US$ continued to weaken against most major currencies following last week’s goings on and closed at its lowest level for about a month against both the pound and euro. This was certainly not helped by the price of oil surging more than $25 a barrel its biggest daily gain ever. The Japanese have elected a new premiere which will undoubtedly bring new levels of confidence with many already looking to yen as a low risk alternative in a volatile time.

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 September 20th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 20th September 2008

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 20th September 2008

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.262
1.264
US$
1.788
1.830
CAN$
1.897
1.912
AUS$
2.192
2.191
NZD
2.699
2.656
AED
6.569
6.725

CHF

2.029
2.024

ZAR(Rand)

14.421
14.558

Charles’s Thoughts:  In a roller-coaster week, sterling rallied late and closed on Friday stronger against both the euro and the US$. Developments globally as well as domestically within the financial sector made for extremely volatile market conditions and an uncertain business climate. The FSA even having to introduce new restrictions on profiting from plummeting shares known as ‘short-selling’. Lloyds and HBOS merged midweek which may bring the loss of thousands of jobs but a necessary life-line to a lender with a huge share of the UK mortgage market. The Bank of England voted 8 to 1 to keep rates on hold earlier in the month. The usual dissenter, Blanchflower, voting for a cut from the current 5%. The inflation and business growth balancing act is still on.

The Federal reserve too held their interest rates this month at 2%. Having gained so much ground over the last two months against all major currencies the US$ finished at its lowest levels for some weeks against sterling and euro. The US$ is showing all of the uncertainties of the American economy as this week more giants of the finance world were effectively rescued by the government. For the staunchest patrons of capitalism as we know it, state intervention within these multi-billion dollar companies has made the recent events all the more curious as concerning. The insurance company AIG was loaned $85bn to avoid becoming the next casualty of the credit-crunch.

Mixed European market data and the events elsewhere made for an up-and-down week for the euro. Speculation of a cut in interest rates increased with the European Central Bank (ECB) confirming that its main focus remains on controlling inflation. But how well the Eurozone avoids the fall-out of the global credit crisis and maintains some of its momentum over the last year will be evident over the coming weeks. As only in the past few has it actually shown signs of faltering and that it is not immune to the credit-crunch.

No big news on the high yield and/or commodity backed currencies although sterling did make broad gains towards the end of the week.

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 currency 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 currency 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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Currency Strategy Worksheet
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Currency Report
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http://www.SmartCurrencyExchange.com/downloads/ThreeMistakes.pdf

Currency Quotation
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Posted September 19th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 19th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 19th September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.262

US$

1.795

CHF

2.015

CAN$

1.910

AUS$

2.221

Comments:  Sterling fell marginally against the US$ yesterday despite the release of favourable UK retail sales data. It was a notably volatile day in the currency markets as the focus on the health of the US financial markets brought more light to the uncertain future of more giants within the global financial sector. However, the ‘financial rescue plan’ offered by the American government has calmed the waters and the US$ now seems to be gaining back its recent strength. The euro made brief gains during the day against the US$ but closed relatively unchanged and marginally up against sterling. Forecasts for the major currencies are being re-written by the hour in what is a tense climate.

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 September 18th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 18th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 18th September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.260

US$

1.818

CHF

1.995

CAN$

1.933

AUS$

2.261

Comments:  In spite of the fact that UK inflation was at 4.7% in August and is expected to peak at around 5% in the coming period, sterling made significant gains against the euro and the US$. There was only one member of the MPC who did not vote to keep rates on hold and opted for a cut this month. The UK, the US and the Eurozone are standing firm on keeping interest rates up while they still can. However, the US financial sector is now in absolute turmoil and following the US$’s huge surge against all major currencies that started in August, it now threatens to rebound just as quickly.

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 September 17th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 17th September 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 17th September 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.253

US$

1.782

CHF

1.998

CAN$

1.897

AUS$

2.240

Comments:  Sterling closed yesterday relatively unchanged against the euro and marginally down against the dollar in a day of consolidation following the turmoil in the markets on Monday. UK and German CPI data (a key measure for inflation) were released yesterday and came in high but much as expected and therefore had little effect on exchange rates. But today the market paper’s headlines will be filled with yet more speculation regarding potential mergers and bail-outs of other troubled giants in finance, namely HBOS and AIG of America. Rumours that the Federal Reserve was considering a cut in US interest rates due to the global crisis were allayed as they were kept on hold at 2%.

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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