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  1. Hi everyone ~ We wanted to put together an overview of where the AU$, GB£ and major currencies currently stand 6-months post-pandemic lockdown. As always, feel free to give us a call/email if we can help with any more in-depth numbers and conversation. www.moneycorp.com/en-au/news-hub/whats-been-happening-in-the-currency-markets-since-the-arrival-of-the-pandemic/
  2. Susan from Moneycorp

    That was the week that was.....(6)

    The second wave in Victoria; UK pledging another £30B to keep the economy going; An up and down week in the Euro and yet more division and dis-unity in the un-United States of America. That Was the Week that Was. https://www.moneycorp.com/en-au/news-hub/weekly-brief-03-july-20202/
  3. Interesting article in The Australian full of quality ammunition with which to gloat from down under! The British (with Gordon Brown chief among them) were unable to distinguish between drinking champagne because you are rich and thinking you are rich because you drink champagne. Britain is bankrupt and will possibly become a failed state into the bargain. Expect to see the queues lengthening outside Australia House again!
  4. Credit Suisse Goes For Broke: Predicts End Of Euro, Escalating Bank Runs On "Strongest European Banks" http://www.zerohedge.com/news/credit-suisse-goes-broke-predicts-end-euro-escalating-bank-runs-strongest-european-banks
  5. http://www.garp.org/risk-news-and-resources/risk-headlines/story.aspx?newsid=37418 Read till the end for a suggestion on where to park your money...
  6. Hi does anyone know if the Scotland Euro qualification matchs against Czech Republic and Lithuania will be shown on TV or locally in any Canberra clubs. The worst thing is I bought tickets for both games last summer before the visa came through but can't now watch the games. ;0( HELP PLEASE!
  7. Hi, Anybody got any great predictions on moving euros to Australia. I have an account opened with Moneycorp but have been holding off hoping the rate will improve. We are leaving in 2 weeks so really need to start moving it. What to do!!! :arghh:
  8. This is how the EU treats Britain! All 27 EU finance ministers have been summoned to Brussels on Sunday to sign up to a “European stabilisation mechanism. Britain will be unable to veto this as it will be put through under the “qualified majority voting” system. British exposure to liabilities created by a bail-out under the scheme would amount to around 10 per cent of the total loan. If a country failed to repay, the cost to Britain would be ¤10 billion (£8.6 billion) for every ¤100 billion on which it defaulted. British taxpayers ordered to bail out euro - Telegraph
  9. Guest

    euro question ??

    hi all hope i can get someone can help just wondering what is your take on what is happening with the euro?(Greece an all)hope to head over to oz within the next three months would it be better to transfer some money now or wait and take my chances later. Just looking for an opinion on this dilemma. thanks charlie.
  10. Hey guys, I am just back in Ireland on a hol from Australia. I transferred money from my australian bank to my Irish bank and its been 5 working days and no sign of the money. I have called the bank but they just keep saying it depends on the other bank. Any advice appreciated. Cheers, Derek
  11. Jackboots

    euro to $ exchange rate?

    :idea:hi just a quickie, anyone know the exchange rates re ; euro to aus $ at the mo and also the pound sterling to aus $ , trying to decide which will be best to exchange if there is one that is higher than the other at the mo ? any thoughts appreciated.
  12. Guest

    Euro for UK

    Hi I have heard on the radio that the labour government is planning to bring the Euro to the UK by using the recession to drop value of sterling. Also britain is very close to meeting the convergence criteria enabling britain to make a smooth transition into the Euro. Labour will do the sell along the lines of it will help britains business with a single currency. :realmadxmas:
  13. Guest

    Euro Mortgage

    I'm thinking of ging back to Spain but want to keep my pace here I was wondering if its possible to set up a euro mortgage here based on the eurobor rate.