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Posted February 27th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 27th February 2009

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 27th February 2009


Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.123
1.127
US$
1.443
1.429
CAN$
1.805
1.812
AUS$
2.236
2.222
NZD
2.821
2.842
AED
5.302
5.252

CHF

1.664
1.668

ZAR(Rand)

14.576
14.372

Charles’s Thoughts: Another false dawn for sterling started this week as news regarding the re-structuring of RBS, one of the many ailing UK banks, improved confidence in the financial sector and lead to broad gains against most major currencies. However, by close on Tuesday sentiment had turned against sterling and the UK banks thanks to reports of business investment having fallen steeply in the last quarter of 2008. Sterling fell further later in the week thanks to weak UK GDP figures that gave further evidence of a worsening recession in the UK. All of this combined with a poor reception to the government’s ‘Asset Protection Scheme’, which will aim to protect the major banks’ against £500bn of toxic debts with tax-payers’ money meant that overall it was a bad week for sterling although sterling did steady on Friday and made marginal gains against the euro and the US$.

Regardless of how bad US economic data turns out, the seemingly invincible US$ goes from strength to strength thanks to the flight to quality phenomenon which continues to keep risk averse investors invested in the US$ for lack of any other desirable or safe-haven assets available. All significant US data this week – the house price index, durable goods orders and annualized GDP figures were all worse than forecast but the effect on the value of the US$ was minimal. This over-pricing of the US$, and all of the currencies that move with it (AED, HKD etc…), will doubtlessly have some undesirable effects for parts of the US economy, such as making exports less competitive, but is something of a barometer for just how much uncertainty is still felt in the global markets.

The euro experienced a mixed week gaining marginally on sterling but losing ground against the US$. With troubles from last week regarding the debt of eastern European states subsiding and the prospect of a cut in interest rates from the European Central Bank already felt as a certainty the lack of other news to drive the euro down allowed the single currency to stabilise. However, there is still a sense in the markets that the lack of drastic action to stimulate the stalling economy by the powers that be has left Europe further behind in the cycle of the global recession and this may lead to a prolonged euro weakness through 2009 and 2010.

There were no major developments regarding the high-yield and/or commodity backed currencies.

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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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 27th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.122

US$

1.419

CHF

1.664

CAN$

1.783

AUS$

2.208

Comments: Following broad losses on Wednesday sterling slowly recovered some of the lost ground on Thursday against most major currencies including the euro and the US$. Support for sterling came following the detailed announcement of a new government scheme to protect the ailing UK banks from their own £500bn worth of toxic debts which is seen as another step towards potentially ending the financial crisis. And even though RBS posted record losses this also seemed to help restore some confidence in the UK financial sector which in turn lead to a positive day on the London stock markets.

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

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Posted February 26th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 26th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 26th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.115

US$

1.419

CHF

1.657

CAN$

1.781

AUS$

2.191

Comments: Sterling endured another tough day on Wednesday, falling by 3% against the US$ and by about 1.5% against the euro by close. UK GDP data released in the morning was poor, which was as expected, but the poor data started sterlings slide. Conditions worsened in the afternoon as reports of a deepening UK recession and developments in the Asset Protection Scheme, which plans to protect UK banks’ exposure to ‘toxic debt’, weighed on sterling and encouraged rumours of a possible further cut to UK interest rates next 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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Posted February 25th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 25th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 25th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.132

US$

1.459

CHF

1.687

CAN$

1.815

AUS$

2.229

Comments: Sterling faltered against most major currencies on Tuesday, losing ground to the euro and the US$ gradually throughout the day. There were no significant economic data releases but a report regarding the steep fall in UK business investment in the final quarter of 2008 would not have helped sterling. The UK banks are again being blamed, in the press at least, for not having increased their lending to businesses following the cash injections from Government and paid for by the tax-payer. Until liquidity improves there is very little upside for the UK economy.

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

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Posted February 24th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 24th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 24th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.139

US$

1.452

CHF

1.687

CAN$

1.815

AUS$

2.242

Comments: Sterling gained sharply in the early part on Monday morning and managed to maintain the improved levels throughout the trading day. This was largely thanks to developments in the financial sectors on both sides of the Atlantic. Though a main culprit of sterling’s massive losses over the last 18 months, news regarding a possible re-structuring of the Royal Bank of Scotland and suggestions that Citigroup in the US may not be nationalised helped boost confidence in the global financial industry. Monday was otherwise a quiet day for significant economic data releases but the week ahead will see important GDP figures for the UK on Wednesday, German unemployment data on Thursday and inflation data for Europe on Friday.

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 February 20th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Weekly Currency Note – 20th February 2009

 
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Weekly Currency Interbank Exchange Rates 20th February 2009

Currency
Rate Last
Week
Rate This
Week
EURO
1.116
1.123
US$
1.435
1.443
CAN$
1.772
1.805
AUS$
2.186
2.236
NZD
2.755
2.821
AED
5.273
5.302

CHF

1.666
1.664

ZAR(Rand)

14.158
14.576

Charles’s Thoughts: All in all it was a quiet week for sterling with few significant events or data releases to move the markets. Having kept within a steady range against the US$ and edging up by a couple of cents on the euro over the week, a period of stability is perhaps a positive given how volatile exchange rates have been over the last eighteen months. The positives for the UK economy were better-than-expected house price figures and retail sales. However, the Bank of England revealed in the minutes from their last meeting on interest rates a unanimous vote in favour of quantitive easing to stimulate the economy. This promise of printing more money to increase supply from the lending banks did not cause any immediate harm to sterling’s value but may not be looked upon favourably should this policy be enacted in the difficult months ahead.

An equally quiet week for the US$ started on Tuesday with the markets closed for Presidents day on Monday. For the first time in fifty years US inflation reached 0% in January as ‘price increases’ on fuel and many other US staples disappeared given the US$’s consistent strength on the global markets. The US$ maintains a strong level against all major currencies thanks to the safe-haven status it has shared with the Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc in these unpredictable times.

Major concerns regarding some of the EU’s newer member states’ commitment to the single currency as well as the exposure level of their banks to the global credit crisis resulted in a tough week for the euro. Reassurances offered by the German finance minister that these (mostly Eastern European) states could be bailed out by the Germans and other more developed EU members, helped alleviate these fears and limit the damage done to the euro. The Polish Zloty has been one of the previously emerging markets currencies that has suffered of late and subsequently has reached its lowest price against the euro for approximately 5 years.

Of the high yield and/or commodity backed currencies there were few major developments, although the Canadian dollar did lose ground across the board due to concerns of a deepening recession and an investor preference for the less-risky US$.

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 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 February 20th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 20th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 20th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.124

US$

1.416

CHF

1.672

CAN$

1.786

AUS$

2.225

Comments: Sterling experienced a quiet day on Thursday, closing a down against the euro and the US$. With no significant economic data released on the day, arguably the most significant news came from the German finance minister who helped calm fears of divisions between the old and the new in the expanded Euro land. Comments that Germany and the more economically developed member states of the EU could come to the rescue of the smaller, emerging markets around Eastern Europe helped support the euro across the board and quell rumours of abandonment of the single currency [especially by Germany].

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 February 19th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 19th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 19th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.132

US$

1.434

CHF

1.689

CAN$

1.796

AUS$

2.215

Comments: On an otherwise quiet day for UK economic data the Bank of England’s (BOE) minutes from their last meeting on interest rates were released on Wednesday morning. A unanimous vote by the members of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to use ‘quantitive easing’ to help stimulate the economy saw sterling lose ground against most major currencies, hitting a two-week low against the US$. However, by close, sterling’s losses against the US$ and the euro had been reversed. This was mainly due to continuing fears regarding European banks’ exposure to increasing financial difficulties and a worsening outlook across Eastern Europe.

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 February 18th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 18th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 18th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.128

US$

1.423

CHF

1.665

CAN$

1.796

AUS$

2.220

Comments: Sterling was boosted on Tuesday with the release of better-than-expected inflation data. The Bank of England is forecasting UK inflation to substantially undershoot the target rate of 2% and one of the aims of cutting UK interest rates aggressively over the last year has, been to avoid this happening. However, a significant factor in this inflation figure has been the depreciation of sterling which means that imports are more expensive and unless sterling continues to depreciate a one off. The euro weakened against the US$ and sterling given concerns over the high exposure levels of European banks to several eastern-European countries. The Polish Zloty, specifically, is currently at its lowest levels against sterling in almost 18 months and is at a 5-year low against the euro. This has apparently caused doubts regarding Poland’s future adoption of the euro which was a condition of Poland’s initial accession to the European Union in 2004.

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 February 17th, 2009 by Charles Purdy

Smart Daily Currency Note – 17th February 2009

 
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Free Daily Inter Bank Currency Exchange Rates 17th February 2009

Currency

Rate

EURO

1.118

US$

1.413

CHF

1.660

CAN$

1.773

AUS$

2.213

Comments: With little in terms of significant economic data released on Monday sterling maintained a steady level against most major currencies. Though early on there was positive news regarding a small and surprising month-on month increase in UK house prices, the year-on-year figures were more significant and unsurprisingly poor. The economic week ahead will give us UK CPI (Core Price Index) data – an important benchmark for inflation, and the Bank of England’s minutes form their last meeting on interest rates will be released on Thursday.

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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