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Posted October 21st, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 21st October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 21st October 2008


Currency

Rate

EURO

1.286

US$

1.703

CHF

1.963

CAN$

2.042

AUS$

2.466

Comments:  The dust is settling in the markets from the upheaval of the past month and price volatility seems to be easing. Now that inter-bank lending rates have been cut improved business confidence leading to greater ‘risk appetite’ has helped strengthen the US$ across the board. The US$ is at its highest levels against the euro since August 2007 and against sterling since late in 2003. Sterling maintained a level at the higher end of its recent range against the euro and has tried to break through the €1.30/£1 mark for the first time since March this year.

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 October 18th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 17th October 2008

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 17th October 2008

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.259
1.288
US$
1.705
1.729
CAN$
2.006
2.040
AUS$
2.575
2.504
NZD
2.838
2.823
AED
6.265
6.351

CHF

1.909
1.964

ZAR(Rand)

15.815
17.351

Charles’s Thoughts:  After a positive start to the week which saw sterling make gains against the euro and US$, sterling only managed to maintain similar trading levels to previous weeks. The start of the week benefitted from renewed confidence born from the UK treasury’s cash injection to the high-street banks and lending markets. There was unprecedented volatility in the stock markets throughout the week, the FTSE recoded its worst daily losses in several years, but this did not translate to the value of the pound on the markets and prices remained relatively steady. The Bank of England suggested this week that inflation was now expected to return to target levels sooner than had been previously anticipated, earlier in the year, and suggestions from one member of the MPC supported speculation on the likelihood of interest rate cuts in the coming months.

The American government’s solution to the current banking crisis was strikingly familiar to the British and a $250bn injection to its biggest banks and lenders was announced early in the week. Despite some rather down-beat but refreshingly realistic forecasts regarding business growth and productivity from the Federal Reserve’s chairman and vice-chairman the US$, also maintained recent levels in the face of plummeting stocks and shares. Hints from the FED regarding a further cut in interest rates, potentially brining the base rate down to 1%, made little difference to the value of the US$ on the markets.

Having convened over the weekend to discuss the strategy to deal with the global financial meltdown the European member states opted also for large cash injections into their financial institutions with assurances and guarantees on deposits held. European market data showing that inflation has officially fallen from its peak in the summer which has now opened the door for the ECB to lower their interest rates sooner than expected.

Of the high yield and/or commodity backed currencies it was the South African Rand which saw the most significant movement this week. Falling massively against almost all major currencies as the political instability within the region persisted, the Rand lost as much as 15% of its value throughout 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 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 October 17th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency note – 17th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 17th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.287

US$

1.727

CHF

1.964

CAN$

2.051

AUS$

2.562

Comments:  In a quiet day for market data yesterday, the pound remained relatively unchanged against the US$ and the euro as global stock markets continued their erratic form. Changes to the rules on money markets and more specifically to overnight lending rates were installed yesterday by the Bank of England yesterday in further attempts to bolster the flagging financial markets. The roll-out of the rescue plans by the governments of the world’s leading economies and the details within will become more apparent as we move through this period and state intervention will be key to the success of the otherwise regulation-averse industry.

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 October 16th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 16th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 16th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.280

US$

1.723

CHF

1.960

CAN$

2.061

AUS$

2.566

Comments:  Sterling closed relatively unchanged against the euro and marginally lower against the US$ yesterday as the global stock markets continue to surge and crash from day to day. The markets are clearly still taking account of the rescue plans and liquidity injections put forward over the last couple of weeks and consequently forecasts and expectations for future trends on currencies will have to wait until the current volatility ends. Due to continuing political instability there was unprecedented movement late yesterday and overnight against the reliably unstable South African Rand as it fell against sterling by around 15%.

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 October 15th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 15th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 15th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.286

US$

1.749

CHF

1.991

CAN$

2.030

AUS$

2.509

Comments:  Is Gordon Brown one of the architects of the current banking crisis or one of the saviours? Perhaps we can tell Alastair Campbell is back at 10 Downing Street managing the spin as Gordon Brown is being touted as the saviour. But at least there seems to be some financial stability short term and hopefully long term so we should be grateful for that. Sterling has been steady against the US$ and the €. Against the US$ the trend for sterling seems to be downwards whereas for the €, sterling is trying to claw its way upwards.

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 October 14th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 14th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 14th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.282

US$

1.753

CHF

1.986

CAN$

2.006

AUS$

2.466

Comments:  An improved sense of confidence in the markets lifted Sterling throughout yesterday as the pound made significant gains against the euro and US$. The treasury’s cash injection to three of the UK’s most recognisable high-street banks has had a mixed reception from the public and the papers, however, the UK markets’ reaction has been cautiously positive, so far. The pressure on the euro zone to provide a similar and equally calming resolution will continue to grow but the ECB and the authority (or lack of) over the threatened European banks could prove a significant hurdle in the fruition of any rescue plan.

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 October 10th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 10th October 2008

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 10th October 2008

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.285
1.259
US$
1.771
1.705
CAN$
1.916
2.006
AUS$
2.287
2.575
NZD
2.678
2.838
AED
6.508
6.265

CHF

1.999
1.909

ZAR(Rand)

15.094
15.815

Charles’s Thoughts:  In yet another historic five days on the UK markets, where the FTSE posted its biggest ever weekly loss, sterling fell against the euro and the US$ throughout the week. The co-ordinated cut in interest rates by the Bank of England, the European Central Bank (ECB) and The US Federal Reserve (the Fed) of half of a percent seemed to favour sterling least as sharp losses were seen across the board. The assurances provided by the British government’s £40bn ‘Special Liquidity Scheme’ also seemed to do little to revive confidence in the economy and but for a late rally on Friday the sense that sterling still has a long way to come to be back at its levels of last year is an understatement.

Only three months after hiking interest rates by one quarter of a percent, the ECB cut to 3.75 % in the co-ordinated move with the UK and US. With inflation not the most worrying issue within the Eurozone anymore, the shift towards supporting business growth was their given rationale behind the decision. With this stance taken, speculation towards further cuts in rates will gather momentum and the euro may well stand to weaken on the markets going forward. However, the one certainty at present is the continuing air of unpredictability within the markets.

The US$ continued its recent trend against sterling this week, rising to a multi-year high. The Fed brought interest rates down to 1.5% in the big co-ordinated move with the Fed sighting a slowdown in economic activity as the main factor behind their decision. The Fed also injected more liquidity to their markets and installed the ‘Commercial Paper Funding Facility’ (CPFF) to support the companies suffering most in the current crisis but in spite of this the American stock markets also made massive losses and the fallout from this will surely be felt well into next year.

The volatility and general uncertainty in the global markets took its toll on the high yield and/or commodity backed currencies as prices against sterling on the South African Rand, Australian and New Zealand Dollars moved in massive ranges eventually settling towards the end of the week and leaving sterling on the upside.

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

Currency Quotation
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Posted October 10th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 10th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 10th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.244

US$

1.694

CHF

1.898

CAN$

1.970

AUS$

2.547

Comments:  The Halifax house price index and trade deficit figures sent sterling lower against the euro and the US$ yesterday as the stock markets continue to suffer and record massive losses. Sterling closed lower against the euro for the third day running and fell toward a several year low against the US$. The rescue package from the UK government and the emergency rate cuts earlier in the week have seemingly done little in terms of bringing back investor confidence in the face of an impending recession.

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 October 9th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 9th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 9th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.259

US$

1.730

CHF

1.949

CAN$

1.942

AUS$

2.467

Comments:  In an extraordinary day in the world of finance yesterday the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank all made a co-ordinated, ‘emergency’ cut of half a percent in their respective interest rates in a bid to ease pressure within the lending markets. However, the upshot of this for sterling was to eventually lose ground against the US$ and the euro throughout the course of the day. There was unprecedented volatility in the prices for the New Zealand and Australian Dollars early on as rates surged by around 10% against sterling and peaked at multi-year highs.

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 October 8th, 2008 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 8th October 2008

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 8th October 2008

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.282

US$

1.745

CHF

1.983

CAN$

1.939

AUS$

2.635

Comments:  Sterling maintained its recent, relatively high levels against the euro yesterday and has established a new range about 2% higher than has been seen over most of the year so far. The UK government’s ‘Special Liquidity Scheme’, the full details of which are yet to be released, promises to support interbank lenders and inject well over £200bn to the ailing UK financial sector and is arguably one of the major factors behind the recent improvement. Against the US$, the pound closed relatively unchanged despite making sharp losses at the start which were regained throughout the rest of the day. Significant gains were made by sterling against the commodity backed South African Rand, Australian and New Zealand Dollars overnight as the rest of the world begins to adjust business expectation and braces for a ‘lengthy global downturn’.

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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