Pound sterling slump_ uk holidaymakers ‘face worst tourist rate since 1986’ _ the independent
On Monday, Travelex foreign exchange stores – mainly found in major airports and popular tourist spots in big cities – were offering $1.17 for every pound, the lowest rate since 1986.
A spokesperson for Travelex told the Independent: “The fall in the pound means UK travellers won’t get as many dollars for their pounds. Rupiah to usd However, US tourists will have more money to spend if they come to the UK for work or play.”
Foreign exchanges counters, particularly in airports, are renowned for their steep rates, but the latest plunge is nonetheless troubling for Britons heading abroad in the coming weeks.
Research by The Independent on the pound over the past 15 years gives it an average value of €1.38 and $1.70. Binary converter calculator That means that against the euro, the pound is currently 17 per cent below the average. Euro dollar exchange rate today In dollar terms the pound is trading , around 30 per cent below average.
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