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Saudi Currency at Two-Year Low

Saudi Currency at Two-Year Low

Saudi Arabia’s currency has hit a record two-year low and its international bonds also recently lowered after worries that foreign investors could pull out while Riyadh faces mounting pressure from the absence of journalist and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.

Currency Trading Hit Record Highs

Currency Trading Hit Record Highs

Thousands of investors across the globe have taken up the profession of currency trading. Hundreds of countries have very different currencies and thus there has to be an exchange rate between them if they want to do business with one another.

How to Pursue a Career in Foreign Currency Exchange

How to Pursue a Career in Foreign Currency Exchange

A currency trader follows the monetary trends relating to the rate of US and foreign currencies. They either buy or sell currency for another. The traders enjoy significant commissions despite working in a stressful and fast-paced environment. If you’re interested in becoming a professional currency exchanger, consider the following suggestions.

7 Ways To Exchange Currency While Traveling

7 Ways To Exchange Currency While Traveling

When you are looking to use your dollars when traveling, it’s important to understand how exchange rates work. Whether you are at the airport making a purchase or buying currency online, it’s easy to get caught up in additional fees and spend more money than necessary. Educate yourself ahead of time on how to best exchange local money when traveling overseas, rather than fall into the trap of additional costs.

The History of the Euro

The History of the Euro

While attempts to create a single currency across Europe have been in place since at least 1979, the euro only became a viable currency fewer than twenty years ago, on July 1, 2002. As of that day, the mark, franc, lira, drachma, and other local currencies ceased to exist.

How to Compare Currency Exchange Rates

How to Compare Currency Exchange Rates

Our community is a global one – we do business with people from different countries, and visit and experience different cultures on holiday. With that in mind, however, with different countries often comes different forms of currency. Dollars, pounds, euros,...

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