Best rates for buying Euros since March

1 November, 2011


New fears about Greek debt default, and speculation that the ECB may cut interest rates on Thursday, have weakened the Euro in trading today. In addition, UK GDP for the third quarter this year (announced this morning) was better than expected at 0.5%, giving sterling a boost across the board.

The European Central Bank announces its interest rate policy on Thursday lunch time, so those of you looking to send Euro payments may have a window of opportunity between now and then to buy at fantastic rates. Do contact us at Currency Index for a quote on your own transfer.