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Historic Exchange Rates.

Old Jun 14th 2002, 11:12 am
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Default Historic Exchange Rates.

How do people go about finding the exchange rate on say 5 April 2000 as we have just done. I have access to lots of historic rate data and from my data the rates were:-

5th April 2000 2.612
5th April 2001 2.922
5th April 2002 2.717

Can anyone confirm this data or if not what figures have other people used.

Mike.
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Old Jun 14th 2002, 2:44 pm
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Mike,

Take a look at: http://www.oanda.com

I believe DIMIA (in London at least) also use this site to confirm exchange rates.

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Old Jun 17th 2002, 4:14 pm
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On 14 Jun 2002 13:20:58 GMT, MikenWendy wrote:
    > How do people go about finding the exchange rate on say 5 April 2000 as we have
    > just done. I have access to lots of historic rate data and from my data the
    > rates were:-
    >
    > 5th April 2000 2.612 5th April 2001 2.922 5th April 2002 2.717
    >
    > Can anyone confirm this data or if not what figures have other people used.
    >
    > Mike.
    >
I've just found this site via Google:

http://fxtop.com/en/historates.php3

Not sure how accurate it is but seems OK.

You can also get a chart via Yahoo:

http://finance.yahoo.com/m5?s=GBP&t=AUD&a=1&c=2

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Old Jun 17th 2002, 4:14 pm
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MikenWendy wrote:

    >
    >How do people go about finding the exchange rate on say 5 April 2000 as we have just
    >done. I have access to lots of historic rate data and from my data the rates were:-
    >
    >5th April 2000 2.612 5th April 2001 2.922 5th April 2002 2.717
    >
    >Can anyone confirm this data or if not what figures have other people used.

www.oanda.com is a good source of historical currency rates.
 
Old Jun 17th 2002, 4:14 pm
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http://www.exchangerate.com

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    > How do people go about finding the exchange rate on say 5 April 2000 as we have
    > just done. I have access to lots of historic rate data and from my data the
    > rates were:-
    >
    > 5th April 2000 2.612 5th April 2001 2.922 5th April 2002 2.717
    >
    > Can anyone confirm this data or if not what figures have other people used.
    >
    > Mike.
    >
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