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The Exchange Wars: Swiss Franc vs. Euro
 
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Multi- Act Chairman Prashant Trivedi explains why the Swiss Franc devaluation in 2015 was such a momentous occasion. The Swiss Central Bank had the fastest growth rate of any Central Bank and a fixed exchange rate with the Euro. After declaring a loss on accumulated Euros amounting to 7.5% of GDP, the Swiss Central Bank took off its peg on the EUR-CHF exchange rate. It was the first time a Central Bank admitted that it had lost stating “We give up. The market is bigger than us.” Click here for the full presentation - http://bit.ly/1FQIfVs
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Swiss franc soars as National Bank abandons currency cap against the euro
 
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The Swiss National Bank has staggered global markets with the shock announcement that it has abandoned its peg to the euro. The bank's decision to end the exchange rate control, which placed a maximum value on the Swiss franc of 83 euro cents since 2011, saw the franc soar by 30 percent against the euro. Bank chairman Thomas Jordan made the announcement:"When deciding on monetary policy, the Swiss National Bank will in the future take notice of the exchange rate situation… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/01/15/swiss-franc-soars-as-national-bank-abandons-currency-cap-against-the-euro euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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Swiss franc may be pegged with euro in FX trading
 
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Talk of pegging the Swiss franc to the euro sees the former dip in FX trading
euro dollar exchange rate
 
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euro dollar exchange rate Watch my video euro dollar exchange rate and discover the current euro dollar exchange rate. XE currency rankings show that the most popular Euro exchange rate is the USD to EUR rate. The currency code for Euros is EUR, and the currency symbol is € euro dollar exchange rate Contact: Christos Pittis website: www.christospittis.com udemy:https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ twitter: https://twitter.com/CPITTIS facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/christoscpittis email: [email protected] https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqulZeiMIfgPv_LirylA0g/videos
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euro exchange rate today
 
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Click here to join my bestselling udemy course for FREE https://www.udemy.com/entrepreneurs-entrepreneurship-tips-tricks-and-more/?couponCode=YOUTUBE%28FREE%29 Calculate live currency and foreign exchange rates with this free currency converter. XE claims to be the world's favorite currency site. As of early 2013, independent ranking site Alexa ranks XE in the top 500 of all sites worldwide by traffic, and a top 100 traffic site in Ireland, South Africa, and the UAE. Watch the video to find out the euro exchange rate today euro exchange rate today euro exchange exchange rate today Contact: Christos Pittis website: http://www.christospittis.com/ https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ twitter: https://twitter.com/CPITTIS facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/christoscpittis email: [email protected] https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqulZeiMIfgPv_LirylA0g/videos
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Money Exchange Rate Euro
 
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Money Exchange Rate Euro
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France's last chance to swap francs for euros
 
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http://www.euronews.net/ It has been a decade since France swapped the franc for the euro, but Friday gave savers one last chance to exchange old notes and coins. The deadline saw queues form outside Bank of France offices across the country. The end of the franc as legal tender comes as the single European currency suffers its worst crisis in its ten year existence. Its potential break-up is no longer taboo amongst commentators. According to one opinion poll, the French are nostalgic for the franc - one in three would like to return to their former currency.
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Dollars for sale
 
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Wall Street fell for a third straight day on worries that Europe can't take care of its debt dilemma. Many Europeans are trading in their euros for Swiss francs. Now the Swiss National Bank has put a minimum exchange rate of 1.20 francs to the euro. The reason is the present value of the franc is a danger to the financial system. The SNB said it would implement the minimum rate by buying foreign currency in unlimited quantities. Paul Craig Roberts, former Reagan administration official and columnist, tells us how this could affect the world economy. Follow Kristine on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Frazzie
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Introduction to Foreign Exchange Markets
 
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Exchange rates are the "prices" of one country's currency expressed in terms of another country's currency.Exchange rates are determined through the market forces of supply and demand, just like prices for any good, service, or resource. This lesson will explore the different determinants of exchange rates, focusing on the markets for Swiss francs in Europe and the market for Euros in Switzerland. Want to learn more about economics, or just be ready for an upcoming quiz, test or end of year exam? Jason Welker is available for tutoring, IB internal assessment and extended essay support, and other services to support economics students and teachers. Learn more here! http://econclassroom.com/?page_id=5870
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Euros Money Coins and notes explained for Travellers Euro Europe
 
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Dollar euro exchange rates today Tuesday February 10 2015 02/10/15
 
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Dollar euro british pound, yen, CAD, swiss franc exchange rates today Tuesday February 10 2015 02/10/15 http://forex.negocio-internacional.net/exchange-rate-euro-dollar-prices-today-tuesday-february-10-2015-021015/
Final day for people to exchange francs for euros
 
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(17 Feb 2012) SHOTLIST 1. Close-up of French franc notes being counted by person queuing outside the Bank of France to exchange them for euros 2. People queuing to change their francs into euros 3. Bank of France representative instructing customers on the exchange process 4. Long queue of people wanting to get into the bank to exchange francs for euros 5. Tilt-up of customer reading a book in queue 6. Poster affixed to exterior of the bank showing exchangeable bank notes 7.SOUNDBITE (French) Vox Pop, Rene Huot, Paris resident: "No they were in a drawer and I found them a few days ago and when I heard this morning that today was the last day to turn them in, I came this morning to do it." 8. Tilt down from Bank of France sign to queue 9. Mid of people queuing with signs behind giving instructions on the exchange process 10. SOUNDBITE (French) Vox pop, Micheline Leblanc, Retiree: "We are living a lot less well with the euro, especially when we have a modest salary and a small pension and by god we are really obliged to maintain a tight budget." 11. Wide interior of Bank of France with people queuing to exchange francs for euros 12. Bank Teller with franc notes of 500 (100 US dollars) and 200 (40 US dollars) 13. Close-up franc notes 14. Teller exchanging francs for euros 15. Customer putting euros into envelope after exchange 16. SOUNDBITE (French) Vox pop, Guisseppe Cambeto, Paris resident: "Three thousand euro (3,940 US dollars) - that's about 21-thousand francs, three thousand euro." 17. Customer Roger Mandrin (left) and others seated awaiting their turn to exchange francs 18. Cutaway of exchange taking place 19. SOUNDBITE (French) Vox pop, Roger Mandrin, Swiss native: "I had a few notes of 100 francs, not a big fortune, but this was the opportunity not to lose the money." 20. Mandrin receiving euros from bank teller 21. Mid of shredded franc notes wrapped in plastic with Bank of France Fiduciary Activities General Director, Henri Jullien, behind them 22. SOUNDBITE (French) Henri Jullien, General Director, Bank of France Fiduciary Activities: "It has been ten years that we've said that these bills won't be reimbursable for more than ten years. Since September we have done a lot of publicity. We will have around 50 to 60 (m) million bank notes reimbursed so the French state will recoup 550 (m) million euro (723 (m) million US dollars)." 23. Shredded franc notes wrapped in plastic STORYLINE: It's time to bid adieu to the franc. Six centuries after the first one was minted and a decade after they went out of circulation, the last French francs are being exchanged for euros, severing France's final link to its former national currency. The Bank of France set a deadline of the close of business Friday for French savers to exchange whatever leftover franc notes they've kept stacked away in drawers or under mattresses, whether held onto intentionally as souvenirs or simply forgotten about. The euro replaced the franc in wallets and purses in January 2002, but the central bank has continued to accept francs in exchange for euros until now. The franc's end comes as the euro suffers the worst crisis since its creation, and the once-taboo question of a eurozone break-up is now front page fodder. The euro is a daily reminder to more than 330 (m) million Europeans who use it of the dismal state of the economy in the 17-nation eurozone. While few Europeans are prepared to scrap the euro - in part because they fear a chaotic collapse more than the current muddle - some are nostalgic for the money they counted on before it arrived. Retiree Micheline Blanc, for example, says life was better and cheaper when the French franc was in circulation. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/aa6a84f81abaa6befb50f273e93313cc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Euro Dollar Exchange Rate
 
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When to Exchange Money for Your Trip Abroad
 
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Ever wonder when you should get your foreign currency for your trip abroad? Well here we talk about when you should get your foreign currency. And your best bet is to get it when you go abroad. You will get a better exchange rate for that currency in the country versus getting it before you go. Make sure you use your home local bank ATM debit card and take money out of ATMs abroad. On average that will give you the best exchange rate. Also, do not go for the automatic conversions to your local currencies that some ATMs offer. Most likely you would get a better exchange rate from your local bank instead. Filmed in Kilkenney, Ireland Copyright Mark Wolters 2017 ps. Thanks Len for the question on twitter! USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014 FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014 Our Equipment Sony Alpha a6000 Digital Camera. Great for Capturing Amazing Photos and HD Video. http://amzn.to/2bBMnWg GoPro Hero4: Digital Camera for On The Go Fun in 4K http://amzn.to/2cbYkz4 SanDisk Extreme Pro 64 GB - SD Disk: For Saving All The Video Footage Without Having to Switch Chips http://amzn.to/2bSjCE3 Video Editing Software: Sony Movie Studio 13 - Fast, Easy & Affordable to Make Great Videos at a Great Price http://amzn.to/2bBjhrF Tripod - Manfrotto Compact Travel Tripod - The Size to Travel, but the Sturdiness of a Professional Tripod http://amzn.to/2bRSVAV For More Travel Gear & Accessories Visit Our Amazon Travel Gear Shop http://astore.amazon.com/woltworl02-20 Find More Videos At: http://www.woltersworld.com Subscribe to Wolters World on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/woltersworld Follow Us At http://www.facebook.com/woltersworld http://www.twitter.com/woltersworld http://www.instagram.com/woltersworld
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[273] Speculative attack on the Danish peg
 
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Today’s headline is on Switzerland and Denmark. Last week, the Swiss National Bank unexpectedly announced it would cease trying to maintain a floor on the euro’s exchange rate to the Swiss franc at 1.20 euros. But since the Swiss franc was essentially pegged to the euro, speculators who placed huge bets on the franc falling versus the dollar as the euro fell lost big time. Switzerland is not the only country with a currency pegged to the euro. Officially, Denmark has set a band between 762.824 and 729.252 krone per 100 euro. Now that peg is being attacked by speculators. Edward Harrison weighs in. Then, Erin joins Edward via Davos, Switzerland to discuss the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting, reviewing the list of attendees, scheduled events, and what to expect at this year’s gathering. After the break, Edward is joined by Cate Long, partner at Puerto Rico Clearinghouse and founder of Multiple Markets. Cate tells us how positive consumer confidence plays out in terms of tax revenue at the municipal level and gives us her take on how oil-related tax revenue is going to affect oil-producing states in the US. She also gives us a detailed update on the saga in Puerto Rico and how Detroit is doing post-bankruptcy. And in The Big Deal, Edward and RT correspondent Ameera David discuss satellite internet. Take a look! Check us out on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BoomBustRT https://www.facebook.com/harrison.writedowns https://www.facebook.com/erinade2020 Follow us @ http://twitter.com/ErinAde http://twitter.com/edwardnh
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Swiss Franc Plunges as SNB Sets Limit at 1.20 Per Euro
 
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Sept. 6 (Bloomberg) -- The Swiss franc plunged versus the dollar and euro after the Swiss National Bank set a minimum exchange rate of 1.20 francs per euro. Maryam Nemazee and Linda Yueh report on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Swiss Francs Money Currency Leftover From Vacation
 
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just got back from switzerland. had some money leftover. they have really cool really colorful money. decided to make a quick video showing you guys what their money looked like
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Industry view: Six months without the euro peg
 
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How are Swiss companies coping with the strong franc after the Swiss National Bank lifted the peg against the euro? (SRF, swissinfo.ch) In a surprise move on January 15, 2015 the Swiss National Bank (SNB) scrapped the minimum exchange rate with the euro of CHF1.20 that it had introduced in September 2011. To counteract the increased price of exports, Swiss companies implemented cost-cutting measures like wage cuts, payment in euros and longer working hours. --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC). Its role is to report on Switzerland and to provide a Swiss perspective on international events. For more articles, interviews and videos visit swissinfo.ch or subscribe to our YouTube channel: Website: http://www.swissinfo.ch Channel: http://www.youtube.com/swissinfovideos Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=swissinfovideos
What Is the Value of a Swiss Franc in Dollars?
 
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http://www.theforexnittygritty.com - What is the value of a Swiss franc in US dollars? To find out what is the value of a Swiss franc in US dollars one only needs to go online and visit any of the free currency converters. As of this writing 1.00 CHF is equal to 1.03794 USD, that is to say that one Swiss franc is worth just under a dollar and four cents. In Forex trading the pair is referred to as the CHF/USD pair and is quoted as 96 cents to a Swiss franc. For the Forex trader the current exchange rate is not the issue. The future exchange rate is. What is the value of a Swiss franc in US dollars going to be next week, month, year, and decade? A decade, or even a year away, sounds extreme for the currency trader speculating in the foreign exchange market. Traders in Forex can be in and out of trades in minutes and even seconds. Day traders virtually always close their positions before the end of trading hours in their market. The issue is different for companies doing business internationally. Understanding the Forex markets requires an understanding of currency risk hedging by companies doing business internationally. A ship building contract or a contract for jumbo jets may be agreed upon and prices set in US dollars, Euros, Yen, Yuan or any other currency. The problem for a buyer of a ship from a builder in China or a jet from Boeing in the USA is that exchange rates change over time. The buyer may need to convert his currency to Yuan, Yen, US dollars, or Euros in order to pay the bill. If his currency falls in value he will need to pay more, in his currency, than he hoped in order to come up with enough to pay the bill. If it is the seller who needs to convert a foreign currency a fall in the value of payment currency will likewise hurt him. This is why companies doing business across borders and across currencies resort to Forex options in order to guarantee an exchange rate and eliminate currency risk in their businesses. What is the value of a Swiss franc in US dollars, or any other currency, is pertinent when the Swiss franc is half of a currency pair involved in foreign trade. Because of its stability how to trade Forex in Swiss francs tends to be to side with the franc as the likely currency to rise, but not always. The Swiss franc is a very stable and strong currency. As an example, it took over four francs to buy a dollar up until 1970 and by 2000 it only took 1.6 francs. Today the currency trades one to one with the dollar. What is the value of a Swiss franc in US dollars going to be tomorrow? Periodic recoveries of the dollar have driven the Swiss franc briefly downward. However, if the mountain of debt that the US is taking on to bail out financial institutions and stimulate the economy is any guide we may see the franc leave the dollar it is wake. What is the value of a Swiss franc in US dollars going to be in a few years may not be of direct interest to the daily currency trader but it is of vital interest to companies with multiyear contracts for international goods and services where one of the two currencies involved is the Swiss franc. Companies in Switzerland that come immediately to mind are Nestle, Roche pharmaceuticals, Ciba-Geigy, and Credit Suisse. Forex technical strategies will always apply to trading all currencies, including the Swiss franc. The fact of the matter is, however, that the Swiss studiously guard the value of the currency with sound fiscal discipline. Thus, the long term route of the franc is most likely upwards. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hc3y0mYs6ac
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America and Europe crush Switzerland?
 
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The US dollar rose against the Swiss franc today after the central bank of Switzerland's announced it would be capping their exchange rate. Swiss National Bank has fixed its exchange rate at 1.20 Swiss francs per euro. The SNB said it would purchase an unlimited amount of euros regardless of the risk. The SNB hopes its actions will stabilize the currency for the next few months. Joe Weisenthal, deputy editor of Business Insider, explains why the SNB would go to such extreme measures. Follow Kristine on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Frazzie
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Euro Exchange Rate
 
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Euro Exchange Rate - http://FREECharts.net EXCHANGE RATE : 00:00:05 Exchange Rate 00:00:23 Foreign Exchange 00:00:42 Euro Dollar Exchange Rate 00:01:00 Exchange Rate Euro Dollar 00:01:19 Euro Converter Exchange Rate Euro: Trading currency like the Euro requires a reliable source of quotes and custom charts. Find the energy complex at http://FREECharts.net https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgXQFSmCeZE
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Currency Exchange Rates Excel 2010
 
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Shows how to convert from one currency to another in Microsoft Excel.
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The Euro Malaise vs USD & CHF, yes again
 
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Old paper money appraisal, buyers of old money, selling paper money value sell rare currency
 
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YT9913 Use this code to get a FREE COIN when you visit our Tampa store. Details here https://goo.gl/PYpdy4 We do NO business over the Internet. A video about 'Old Paper Money' from the guys at A Village Stamp & Coin in Tampa. Visit this rare coin store at http://buysellgoldsilvercoins.com You can come to A Village Stamp & Coin to sell your paper money. We buy all kinds of paper money, from the lowest grade to the highest grade stuff. What I'd like to tell you, and show you is what we buy in stuff like this. You see a lot of it. This is in my three-for-a-dollar bucket. Alright? And people love to dig in here and just take little souvenirs home. Now understand, when you come in with this kind of stuff, you're not going to make much money on this. This is really cheap. I mean really cheap. You know it's pennies is what we pay for stuff like this. Let me show you something a little bit better than that. Right here we have, everything in this case is a dollar. These are notes that are a little bit better. Stuff, that you know, here's an old German note from World War One. Here's some old Cuban money. There's all kinds of stuff in here from all kinds of countries. We sell these notes for a dollar apiece. And you can come in and pick through here, pick whatever you like. Now, on to a little better stuff than that. What you've been seeing is all world paper money. In this case over here, I have hundreds of notes that we buy. And these notes I buy anywhere from a quarter to fifty, sixty, eighty, hundreds of dollars. It depends on the note. I also have back here some paper money in books, that you can look through. And this is all our 'world' paper money. As you can see, there is quite a variety and quite a selection of it. Now, if you'll just look right up here, in our terrafold, this is all U.S. Small sized paper money and so on. We buy this. It runs anywhere from a dollar and a quarter a note that I would pay, to five, six, seven, eight dollars a note. Here's a Ten Dollar Silver Certificate, it's probably worth, I'd pay ten or fifteen bucks for that. This is not expensive stuff. You see lots of it, and lots of people have this kind of material. Here's what's called an old Funny Back. So that's some of the U.S. stuff that we have. Now let me show you some of the old United States paper money from here, that we buy. Follow me over here. You'll see in this case here, I have anything from Civil War paper money, money that's what's called 'obsolete currency'. Old Large sized paper money, down in here. Right there. That's U.S. This is all paper money that is worth anywhere from five dollars a note, to hundreds of dollars a note. And I pay accordingly. If you'll notice that right here, this piece of money right here, that is Continental Currency from 1776, used by people like George Washington. So we have quite a selection, and we do buy all of this material. And the prices range all over the map, from rarity, to condition, and so on. Okay, now you've kind of see a smattering of what it is—paper money, there's just all kinds of it. We also deal in things, these are British Pounds that we buy for exchange, and sell for exchange. You're going to take a trip to England, you might want to come and see us. You can get the exchange rate here cheaper than you can in England. There's Euros. Swiss Francs. So, you can see that we do anything from old rare paper money, to exchangeable money. We also have certified paper money. This is world. This is expensive stuff. This note right here, I think this is highlighted in our website, I'm not sure, but this is about a five thousand dollar note. So we'll buy from the bottom, three-for-a-dollar junk for pennies, or we'll pay really, really good money for really really good old paper money. This is just a cool note. And—just because everybody likes to see him—when is the last time you saw a five hundred dollar bill? So come see us at A Village Stamp & Coin. If you have paper money, we'd be glad to help you out with the value of it, or purchase if from you. Thank you for coming by! Visit us at http://buysellgoldsilvercoins.com
Views: 112365 A Village Stamp & Coin
conversion dollars-euros sur paypal
 
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http://ledossier.info/inp-paypal Voici comment convertir une somme en dollars en euros sur la plateforme Paypal
Central Europeans crushed by Swiss franc loans
 
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Romanian Daniela Gornea said she made the biggest mistake of her life when she and her husband decided to invest in a family home. The couple took out a loan of 65,000 euros (73,621 US dollars) in Swiss francs for a 72 square metres (775 square feet) three-room apartment in a residential area in south Bucharest. But with prices soaring as the currency surged, they are now scrambling to make their mortgage repayments. On January 15, the Swiss national bank unpegged the franc from the euro, causing the currency to skyrocket. That move by one of Europe's richest countries is adding to the financial despair of the Gorneas, along with hundreds of thousands of people across some of the poorest regions of the continent due to mortgages taken out years ago in Swiss francs. Many of the borrowers were in their 20s and 30s when they borrowed the money in the boom years before the crisis of 2008. They were supposed to be the first generation to benefit fully from the economic promise that came with the fall of communism and the entry into the European Union. Instead, they now find themselves stuck in a new kind of servitude, their fates tied to the ups and downs of a money that many have never held in their hands. Gornea's husband earns a decent wage of 4,000 lei (910 euros/1,023 US dollars) per month as an economist, but their monthly mortgage repayments to the bank are now 3,700 lei (840 euros/951 US dollars). Gornea, 37, is at home with her youngest child, a two-and-a-half-year-old girl, while her eldest, aged four, goes to kindergarten. Their family send them foodstuffs to help and she keeps the radiators off in most of the house which is under-heated by Romanian standards. "I've thought about it and I think I'm about to lose it (the house). I don't have any other option," she said. "Seven hundred and forty francs means 3,700 or 3,800 Romanian lei out of an income of 4,000. How can I hope for us or to provide for the children? I cannot make any plans so it's clear to me that I'll lose the house." The couple managed to restructure their loan temporarily down from 740 francs (700 euros/793 US dollars) to 400 francs (425 euros/481 US dollars) per month, but of those 400 francs, 371 was just bank interest. The cost is crushing the couple and there is no end in sight. In the tiny village of Rosu, a site for real estate development near the Romanian capital in the years of the economic boom, a hardware shop owner surveys his small plot of land. Laurentiu Vieru, 51, had great plans for the flat, grassy patch of land which lies west of Bucharest. In 2007 when prices were soaring, Vieru took out a loan to buy the land with plans to build a house there where he would move with his wife and large family of dogs and cats. At the time, the bank persuaded him his best option was to take out a loan in Swiss francs as 75,000 other Romanians also did. Interest rates for the franc were 3.5 percent compared to more than 8 percent for the euro so it made sense. In 2008, the property market crashed, sending the value of his property plummeting, and more worrying for Vieru, the franc surged and his payments doubled. He managed to renegotiate the terms of his loan and now pays 650 francs (703 US dollars) a month, but most of what he pays back is bank interest rates. With the most recent surge in the franc he has been hit once again. He is not even able to plan to build a house on the land, which measures 560 square metres (6,028 square feet), because the bank would own that too. And the land, which was worth 165 euros (187 US dollars) a metre is now barely worth 30 euros (34 USD) so selling is not his best option as he'd still owe money to the bank. Vieru is holding out for a solution but admits the situation looks bleak. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/aeda17acc52301fc8a9e9bab50b8a0cb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Forex fixing scandal: Big banks fined $6 billion for manipulating foreign exchange rates
 
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Originally published on 21 May, 2015 Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's animated news graphics at http://newsdirect.nma.com.tw/Reuters.aspx ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­---------------- For story suggestions please contact [email protected] After a 19-month long investigation, several global banks have agreed to pay penalties to the U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Reserve for rigging the foreign exchange market. Five banks were fined a total of around US $5.6 billion after pleading guilty to manipulating the foreign exchange market on Wednesday. Bank of America was fined separately by the U.S. Federal Reserve. According to the investigation, senior traders from each bank met in a private chat room daily and used coded language to discuss moving the daily benchmark exchange rates set for the USD and the Euro. The exchange rate benchmarks are calculated each day based on actual buy and sell transactions conducted by forex traders, and using the median rate of all trades that go through within a one minute period around 4 p.m. GMT. In the chat rooms, the traders exchanged pending client orders. With knowledge of an impending exchange, a trader may sell his Euros for USD before 4 p.m. Hoping to then bring down the price of the Euro, the trader and his counterparts at other banks will aggressively sell Euros from their ‘sell-Euro’ client orders. This skews the market’s impression of supply and demand, thereby bringing down the price of the Euro. The trader is then able to buy back Euros with the U.S. dollars he had previously exchanged Euros for, and pockets the profits earned. The resolution of the U.S. investigation includes some of the largest fines ever levied by the U.S. Justice Department for antitrust violations. UK and Swiss financial regulators are conducting their own separate investigations into the ‘forex scandal.’ ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­---------------- Next Media Animation’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D animated news graphics that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nma.com.tw/Index.aspx
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The Currency Report - Swiss Franc - Bloomberg
 
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Swiss Franc May Not Be Best Bet; Swiss National Bank Weakening Its Franc to Fight Inflation (Bloomberg News)
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How to Easily Calculate Cross Currency Rates 👍
 
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Calculating currency cross pair rates. http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/forex/forex-trading.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! What are cross pairs in forex? Calculating currency cross pair rates. A quick video on how to calculate the currency cross pair rate... Calculating foreign exchange cross-rates: What is a cross? Many years ago if you wanted to convert Pounds into Yen, you first needed to convert it into Dollars and then convert those dollars into Yen. However times have changed and nowadays we have the crosses which means that we can bypass that USD transaction. Crosses examples (common them is that there is no USD component): GBP/JPY EUR/JPY EUR/CHF EUR/GBP We have GBP and we want to convert them into JPY GBP/USD = 1.296 USD/JPY = 110.54 GBP/JPY = 1.296 x 110.54 = 143.26 So you can see how all this is interrelated and you can see how banks use arbitrage to maximise their profits. Check out our forex trading tutorials and strategies in the Forex playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSelbHUB6GSkemabSElvunFNn0SoMUTF
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Why a central bank hates a safe haven
 
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The Swiss franc has traditionally been a safe haven for investors in times of crisis. Why exactly has the Swiss National Bank been doing everything it can to sully the currency's reputation? (Michele Andina & Matthew Allen, swissinfo.ch). The banking crash of 2008 plunged several countries into stagnation or recession. Investors looked for a place that would preserve what assets they had left. People scrambled out of the euro and the US dollar and into the Swiss franc. This quickly had a dramatic effect on exchange rates. By the end of 2009 the euro had dropped below CHF1.50. Swiss exporters saw the price of their goods rise, making them less competitive in their main market of Europe. To make matters worse, the Swiss franc was also appreciating against the US dollar. In the autumn of 2010 $1 cost less than CHF1. The Swiss National Bank (SNB) decided to act. It printed Swiss francs and used them to buy up euros in an attempt to stop the franc from appreciating too strongly. This came at a cost. The SNB policy was increasingly criticized for being too unstable and risky. --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC). Its role is to report on Switzerland and to provide a Swiss perspective on international events. For more articles, interviews and videos visit swissinfo.ch or subscribe to our YouTube channel: Website: http://www.swissinfo.ch Channel: http://www.youtube.com/swissinfovideos Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=swissinfovideos
Swiss Currency Reserves
 
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http://www.TheForexNittyGritty.com - Swiss Currency Reserves Swiss currency reserves at the Swiss National Bank are becoming a problem. How to trade Forex successfully includes keeping track of the state of each of the major currencies, including the Swiss franc. With this fact in mind we present a bit of information about the Swiss National Bank. The Swiss National Bank has four different names, one for each of the four official languages of Switzerland. These names are Schweizerische Nationalbank in German, Banque Nationale Suisse in French, Banca Nazionale Svizzera in Italian and Banca Naziunala Svizra in the preserved Roman dialect of Romansh. The Swiss National Bank is a corporation with government entities owning 55% of shares and private individuals owning the remaining 45% of publically traded shares. The Swiss National Bank functions as an independent central bank with the right to print and distribute money. It conducts Swiss monetary policy and has been largely responsible for the stability and strength of the Swiss franc. It has accumulated substantial foreign currency reserves. Unfortunately Swiss currency reserves have diminished in value as the Swiss franc has risen of late. Swiss currency reserves serve the same purpose as the currency reserves of Japan, Taiwan, and mainland China. A country sells its currency in order to prevent its own currency from becoming too expensive. Nations do this so that their exports can remain economically competitive. What happens in the long run is that the nation that buys other currencies as a continual monetary policy subsidizes is competitors for buying the nation's products. The pitfall in this policy is that the currency that Switzerland, Japan, or one of the Chinas buys can still fall in value. This has happened to the Euro due to the several debt crises on the continent. The Swiss franc has gained 16% versus the Euro over the last month and a half. That translates to a 16% fall in value of Swiss currency reserves held as Euros. With the Swiss franc at record highs against the Euro the Swiss National Bank is holding interest rates near zero. As the Greek debt crisis plagues the Euro there is little relief in sight for Swiss currency reserves. The issue of holding someone else's debt is not limited to Swiss currency reserves. Japan, China, Taiwan, and others have held dollars for years. At times this is profitable. With the dollar as a safe haven currency over most of the years since World War II holding greenbacks has not been a great risk. However, as the dollar has slid more than recovered of late anyone buying dollars is doing to drive the dollar up and their currency down. This allows the country doing to so keep their exports more productive. The rationale is that they will profit more in the long run selling discounted goods. As always, good Forex advice is to follow the monetary policies of nations such as Switzerland, Japan, and China for clues as to who will be buying dollars and Euros and who will be selling.
Views: 714 ForexConspiracy
BEST THAI EXCHANGE RATE IN BANGKOK AIRPORT
 
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France and German square off over strong euro
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ How worried should eurozone policymakers be about the rise in the value of the euro? Is the region set to lose out in a new currency war involving the euro, the dollar, the pound, the yen and the Swiss franc? Having a strong currency puts the euro area at a disadvantage in terms of exports, growth and jobs. In the last three months the euro has risen around 20 percent against the yen, eight percent against the pound, seven percent versus the dollar and three percent compared to the Swiss currency. Germany is not concerned, but France want a medium-term euro exchange rate target and will raise that at the region's finance ministers' meeting next Monday. This week French President Francois Holland told the European Parliament: "We need to think about the place of our currency, the euro, in the world. It can't fluctuate according to the market's mood. A monetary zone must have an exchange rate policy or else it ends up being subjected to an exchange rate that does not match the true state of its economy." Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici then said: "The euro's level is not a negligible matter for growth." Speaking on the sidelines of a business fair on Wednesday Moscovici told reporters: "Even if there must be no pressure on the European Central Bank, discussing among Europeans what might constitute a fair level for our currency and how to get there is legitimate, and it is also legitimate among other big countries and economic zones, at the G20." Germany, which has traditionally distanced itself from French gripes about the euro, did so again within minutes of the remarks from Moscovici. A German government spokesman said that the euro was not overvalued and it was sensible for financial markets to determine exchange rates. The Japanese yen is at the centre of concerns that some countries are trying to devalue their currencies to boost growth. It has slipped further recently on expectations the new Bank of Japan governor will ease policy aggressively - basically printing money - once in office. The pound remains weak on the belief the new UK central bank governor - who starts in July - could adopt further monetary easing. And there is more bad news for the euro as the US Federal Reserve recently left its ultra-loose monetary policy unchanged with open-ended bond buying and dollar creation. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Views: 2159 euronews (in English)
Swiss Franc Forex Options
 
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http://www.options-trading-education.com/24170/swiss-franc-forex-options/ Swiss Franc Forex Options By www.Options-Trading-Education.com Don’t you wish that you had been on the right side of a Swiss franc Forex options trade when the Swiss Central Bank took the cap off of the Euro franc exchange rate? For those of you who missed the story here is the short version. And this is a lesson in options trading return on investment versus straight trading. The Swiss Economy and the Swiss Franc The Swiss franc is often considered the ultimate safe haven currency. The Swiss economy is well managed and the Swiss franc commonly strengthens against other major currencies. So, when economic times are difficult, war threatens or other currencies weaken investors and Forex traders buy Swiss francs. This drives up the value of the franc. Because Switzerland has an export economy they cannot afford to have a currency that is too highly priced or their exports will not be competitive. For the last few years the Swiss Central Bank purchased Euros with francs whenever the Euro weakened below 1.2 to the franc. Troubles with the Euro Makes a Policy Expensive The European Union is in danger of falling back into recession. The long delayed remedy will be a quantitative easing stimulus program by which the European Central Bank will purchase government and corporate bonds, drive down interest rates, stimulate business, create jobs and drive down the value of the Euro. The Swiss Central Banks saw this coming and counted the cost. They changed their monetary policy in a heartbeat by stopping all purchases of the Euro. The immediate result was that the Swiss franc traded as much as forty percent higher versus the Euro and then settled back to being worth thirty percent more in Euros than it was the day before. How Forex Traders Fared A very popular strategy in Forex options trading has been to assume that the Swiss Central Bank would be purchasing another batch of Euros and that the Euro would go up a little and the franc would fall a little. First let us look at regular Forex trading. Traders typically trade with twenty fold leverage. Thus a trader who was trading $20,000 on margin with twenty fold leverage was really trading $600,000. When the Swiss franc went instantly by more than 30% he or she was in the red $180,000 minus $20,000 = $160,000. Because the trader could not meet this margin call his brokerage house needed to make payment. Several trading houses lost hundreds of millions of dollars and the total set of losses may be in excess of $1 billion. On the other hand a trader who was betting that the franc would rise made a profit of $180,000 in the same situation. Let us compare this to Swiss franc options trading. The worst that the buyer of an options contract will do is lose the premium or cost of the contract. The best that he or she will do is make the same gains as the regular trader minus the premium he pays. No matter what our options trading strategy, if you are buying options your risk is limited. As always stay out of trades that you do not understand and avoid selling options contracts unless you have made purchases to balance your risk. http://youtu.be/stnUdaMVOGA
Views: 38 OptionsTips
Forex fixing scandal: banks fined $6 billion for rigging foreigh exchange - TomoNews
 
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WASHINGTON — After a 19-month long investigation, several global banks have agreed to pay penalties to the U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Reserve for rigging the foreign exchange market. Five banks were fined a total of around US $5.6 billion after pleading guilty to manipulating the foreign exchange market on Wednesday. Bank of America was fined separately by the U.S. Federal Reserve. According to the investigation, senior traders from each bank met in a private chat room daily and used coded language to discuss moving the daily benchmark exchange rates set for the USD and the Euro. The exchange rate benchmarks are calculated each day based on actual buy and sell transactions conducted by forex traders, and using the median rate of all trades that go through within a one minute period around 4 p.m. GMT. In the chat rooms, the traders exchanged pending client orders. With knowledge of an impending exchange, a trader may sell his Euros for USD before 4 p.m. Hoping to then bring down the price of the Euro, the trader and his counterparts at other banks will aggressively sell Euros from their 'sell-Euro' client orders. This skews the market's impression of supply and demand, thereby bringing down the price of the Euro. The trader is then able to buy back Euros with the U.S. dollars he had previously exchanged Euros for, and pockets the profits earned. The resolution of the U.S. investigation includes some of the largest fines ever levied by the U.S. Justice Department for antitrust violations. UK and Swiss financial regulators are conducting their own separate investigations into the 'forex scandal.' ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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What Will Happen to My Euros?
 
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So, are the days of the euro numbered? is it on its way to the garbage heap of history? No. The euro is here to stay. Current Eurozone members like Greece and Portugal may be forced to leave the club - but the inner core: Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Finland and even some new members such as Slovakia and Estonia - will remain. The composition of the Eurozone membership is immaterial. The euro can actually benefit from such developments. But, if the membership changes, if countries abandon the project, would it still be the same currency? Yes, it will. The US dollar was legal tender in the 19th century when the US was comprised of only 20 states (and had no central bank, by the way) as it is today with 50 states. The ruble served the USSR and now is Russia's currency. The Yugoslav dinar survived economic crises and wars as did the German mark. Still, what if the euro is cancelled? What will happen to my money? The answer depends on the form in which you hold your money: cash, deposits, or savings. Cash, deposits, and savings will all be exchanged for reinstated local currencies, probably at the original rates at which these currencies were converted to euros a decade ago. So, if you have euros in Germany and the euro goes belly up, you will receive newly-minted Deutschmarks at a rate of 1.95 times the amount of euros you possess. New interest rates will apply, of course. Quotas will be imposed on cash conversions in the first 6-12 months of transition and savings and deposits are likely to be involuntarily "extended" (read: frozen). Withdrawals from savings accounts and deposits will possibly be limited to a certain percentage of the principal per month. What if I live in a non-euro country but have a deposit or savings account denominated in euros? In all probability, the same rules will apply: your euros will be converted to the local currency at the last known rate published by the domestic central bank or by the European Central Bank. You will be able to convert only a certain percentage of your money per month and access to your deposits and savings will be limited and rationed, at least initially. What happens if my bank goes bankrupt? If you have a deposit or savings account with a prime (major) European bank, the governments of the Eurozone will likely nationalize it at the first sign of trouble. Deposits up to 100,000 euros are anyhow guaranteed by the state throughout the European Union. Only small, regional and obscure banks in non-Eurozone members represent a real risk. So, should I stick to euros or should I sell the euros and buy US dollars, or, better still, Swiss francs? Swiss francs are likely to be a bad investment this coming year. The currency is heavily overvalued and the Swiss National Bank (SNB) often intervenes in the currency markets to bring it back to equilibrium with other major currencies. The US dollar is a "refuge currency" (safe haven): it appreciates only in times of severe crises. Otherwise, it has been drifting downwards ever since the 1980s. Still, its prospects are good this year. My advice is: if you are not a professional currency speculator, stick with the euro. As a currency the euro represents true vale and is reasonably priced. You may wish to divide your money to 3 or 5 parts and invest it in several currencies to hedge your bets via diversification.
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Ten Most Expensive Currencies in the World
 
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Swiss bank UBS fined for libor rate fraud
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ Swiss bank UBS has agreed to pay a fine of 1.5 billion US dollars after admitting libor fraud. The penalty, equivalent to more than 1.1 billion euros, will be paid to US, UK and Swiss regulators. The bank's chief executive Sergio Ermotti has told staff it is too early to say how and if customers were affected by the fraud. Global markets did not react to the fine, as it was widely expected UBS would settle the ongoing investigation. The penalty is three times what British bank Barclays had to pay for manipulating libor rates. Barclays was fined 450 million US dollars in June. Used in hundreds of trillions of euros worth of financial contracts, ranging from credit cards to complicated derivatives, and called the world's most important financial instrument, manipulation of the libor rates has come under intense scrutiny. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Views: 1653 euronews (in English)
Benefits of online currency exchange (1/2)
 
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Online currency exchange with the e-banking solution from Crédit Agricole Financements allows you as a Swiss resident to transfer your Swiss francs to a euro account, securely and with just one click.
Swiss Franc Investment Fallout
 
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http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/swiss-franc-investment-fallout Swiss Franc Investment Fallout By www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com If you are a European homeowner, in Eastern Europe especially, who has a mortgage denominated in Swiss francs you are up the proverbial creek without a paddle! The BBC reports that 37% of all mortgages in Poland are denominated in francs and the franc just went up in value by more than twenty percent against every other currency! It's a very worrying time for many thousands of people in Central and Eastern Europe, as they helplessly watch the Swiss franc rise against their local currencies and see their mortgage repayments go up and up. An estimated 566,000 Poles have taken out Swiss franc-denominated loans, that's about 37% of all mortgages here. By Tuesday, the Swiss franc had risen 21% against the Polish zloty, following the Swiss National Bank's decision to abandon its currency ceiling against the euro last Thursday. It's not just Poles. Many Hungarians, Croats and Austrians have taken out Swiss franc-denominated loans. Doing business in Swiss francs just became a lot more expensive. Why did this happen? Supporting the Euro Became Too Expensive The most salient aspect of the Swiss franc has always been the rock hard stability of the currency. The dollar might slide and countries like Argentina might devalue their currency but the franc was always there, safe and secure. Because of this stability the franc has traditionally been a safe haven currency. However, Switzerland does not have a large economy compared to the Euro Zone and the Swiss had pegged their currency 1.2 francs to one euro, buying euros along the way to keep their currency from being overpriced and their exports competitive. But, as the euro slides the policy simply became too expensive. Reuters reports on the Swiss franc investment fallout after the Swiss Central Bank removed the cap on the euro. The Swiss National Bank shocked financial markets on Thursday by scrapping a three-year-old cap on the franc, sending the currency soaring against the euro and stocks plunging on fears for the export-reliant Swiss economy. [This move] sent the franc nearly 30 percent higher against the euro in chaotic early trading. Coming a week before the European Central Bank is expected to unveil a bond-buying program to counter deflationary pressures, it fed speculation that this quantitative easing (QE) scheme will be so big that the SNB would have struggled to defend the cap. With more than 40 percent of Swiss exports going to the euro zone, firms across Switzerland warned of a plunge in profits, with the luxury and tourism industries most exposed. The cost to Switzerland of supporting a weakening Euro would have been a lot but the cost of scrapping the policy may have been more. The Swiss franc investment fallout is spread across the globe and within Switzerland itself. What is the Swiss franc investment fallout for offshore investing? How do currency rates figure in when you put your money in an offshore bank or invest in a business offshore? Investment and Trust In an uncertain world foreign direct investment, banking offshore or simply putting your money in a fund that invests offshore requires trust. The Guardian offers their opinion that Switzerland’s special status as a trusted asset and investment haven is gone. The abolition of the Swiss franc cap means the country is no longer a safe haven, and the consequences could be grave. We may have just witnessed the start of an entire new chapter in Swiss history. At the moment no one seems entirely capable of giving a confident prediction of precisely what the future will hold. But there is a vague consensus that Switzerland is facing a tough future. People here used to see their country as an island of tranquility in a sea of euro-crisis tears. Those days look certain to be over. We have seen money flowing out of Russia due to a worsening investment climate. Brazil ceased to be everyone’s darling when China reduced its demand for raw materials. And China is becoming questionable as the four decade long economic miracle is cooling off. Japan is in a recession and the EU is heading that way. The USA is the only major economy on the upswing and in an instant it has become a lot cheaper to invest in the USA than Switzerland. http://youtu.be/-yl2B4frLcE
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Euro is at lowest exchange rate
 
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At 1.35 to the pound, the Euro is at its lowest exchange rate for 10 years. ITV's Consumer Editor Chris Choi explains why this has happened and how you can get the best for your money http://bit.ly/19fxcMT Subscribe to ITV News: http://bit.ly/1yqmkCg​ Latest stories from ITV News: http://www.itv.com/news
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The Swiss franc: artistic attempts to make a mint
 
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A report on the artists who provide the designs for Swiss coins and notes from the beginning of minting to the present day.(Julie Hunt, swissinfo.ch)
Top 10 Highest Currency In The World 2019
 
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Best Currency Converter for Euro Buy Back
 
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Hungary media on Croatia - Híradó este 23.1.2015
 
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M1 23 January 2015 CET 19 32 14 Híradó este --- Zagreb (AFP) - Croatia wants to help borrowers affected by the surging value of the Swiss franc by fixing its exchange rate against the local currency for one year, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said on Monday. "I decided that the government will send to parliament amendments to the Consumer Loan Act that would fix the Swiss franc rate at 6.39 kunas (0.83 euros, $0.96) as it was before the franc's dramatic jump last week," Milanovic told reporters. The decision would apply "for the next year, while financial institutions will bear the costs," he said. Some 90 percent of Croatia's banking sector is controlled by foreign banks. The government's move is intended to ease the impact of a stronger franc on the "financial fate of tens of thousands of families who may sleep peacefully tonight without looking at the exchange rate," Milanovic said. Switzerland's central bank decided on Thursday to end a three-year bid to artificially hold down the franc's value. The move wreaked havoc on global markets and bankrupted several foreign exchange traders. Since last week Croatia's kuna currency fell by nearly 17 percent against the Swiss franc. More than 100,000 people in Croatia, a country of 4.2 million, took out loans denominated in Swiss francs, almost three-quarters of which were to buy homes. Some 60,000 Croatians still have loans in Swiss francs and the Franak association of Croatian borrowers estimates that the lives of up to 300,000 people could be affected. Swiss franc loans became popular in several central European countries in the 2000s when they offered lower interest rates than local currencies. Loans in Swiss francs taken by Croatians amounted to some three billion euros as of last September, according to the Croatian Central Bank (HNB) figures. Croatia joined the European Union in 2013, but has yet to adopt the euro.
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