Foreign currency exchange rate converter.


Use the Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Converter above
to calculate the value of your money.


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the trends for the
New Zealand Dollar to US Dollar exchange rates.


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the trends for the Australian Dollar to US Dollar exchange rates.

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the trends for the US Dollar To Euro exchange rates.

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the trends for the US Dollar to Great Britians Pound exchange rates.

New Zealand Currency.
Our cash is available in the following denominations:
Notes $100, $50, $20, $10, $5.
Coins:$2, $1, 50c, 20c, 10c.

Traveler’s cheques and major credit cards are accepted at most tourist stores and hotels.

The foreign exchange market (Forex, or FX) allows banks and other financial institutions to buy and sell, also to convert one currency into another.
The forex is there to facilitate international investment and trade.
The modern Forex began developing during the 1970s, when nations decided to change to floating exchange rates. Previously the rate was fixed according to the Bretton Woods system.
The Forex has been considered by many, as the market closest to the ideal free competition, even though some central banks have attempted to manipulate it.
The Bank for International Settlements, estimates the average daily turnover in global Forex is about $3.98 trillion.

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