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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AJSUGGY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14/July/2021 at 16:05
Official rate at the moment on BBC Business is 1.1747. Don't know how long it will last, till the money boys decide to sell. 
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1.166 over this weekend and should begin to slide a bit with more travelling from Monday 19th.  Ramsdens on the high street at 1.144 ... 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Richardk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/July/2021 at 10:46
I don't think the tourist demand will impact the exchange rate, too many bigger external factors going on. I got 1.155 last week on a transfer from Banco Bpi
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Has been around €1.08 for cash here, which is a wider disparity with the 'bank' rate than has been the case in past years.
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Well, Richard ... it was above 1.17 a few days ago ... now it is 1.1592  .. just as Boris opens the gates ... it will be interesting onwards ... 1 % on to your imports bill .. to start ?
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Currencies fluctuate every second of every day markets  are open. Its been higher , its been lower but the fact is tourism currency dealing is a very small part of the global currency dealings hence will only have a minimal effect. The currency market follows all factors not just Mr & Mrs Browns purchase for their Benidorm holiday
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You are probably right ... pound dips every summer against the euro because of `other` as yet unidentified factors .. not millions of people selling billions of £`s .. which the biggest trader by far of the worlds biggest issued currency (Deutsche Bank) must surely react to, or lose money ?
Just the same, it may not happen this year with much smaller volume.
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