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Its hit 1.151 this morning  and still rising hopefully
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1.125 in the main outlets   £800 gets you €900 .. 
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1.1271 at Barclays as of 16:45
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Not too bad at the moment. Her Majesty sent me an extra €10.79 last week compared with January and fully €30,40 more than in December. Now if there was only somewhere to enjoy this largesse...
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1.1558 ... you are in the money Tom ..
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cubsur Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22/February/2021 at 08:42
Maybe I can now afford a buy a bottle of vinho tinto that costs more than €1,09!

For me it all depends on what the rate is on the 16th of each month.
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£ just hit 1.1607 @ 1900hrs today and still climbing, which I think is thanks to the vaccine rollout
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Much more to do with the `lockdown exit` share boom this time ... almost hit 1.17 early doors .. mainly foreigners investing seeing a good chance to make some dough on a variety of travel and hospitality shares. Holiday and flight bookings are back in the big time ..
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It was 1.693 @ 01:35 this morning. You must be a bored as me stuck at home Geek
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Those of us receiving pensions from the UK are positively dancing in the streets. At least the extra will pay for the customs duty and adminstration charges for my books.
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Never bored Alan ... always looking for something to do better ... or different. Looking at Brazil ... Balneario Camboriu in Santa Caterina State next year ...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jock Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25/February/2021 at 11:58
Glad to hear it Cubsur. Expats with UK pensions have been suffering a long time from the crap £ exchange rate.  I hope it continues.
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