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USD to PhP Exchange Rate

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Here is the exchange rate for the last 12 months. It appears the peso peaked out about the middle of September... 

 

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billy

Headshot your a big asset to this forum. I  appreciate all of your input 

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woodchopper

and if u look closely,,the last 2 chart "highs" are lower trend and the last 2 "Lows" follow that trend!

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ricardo123#

I exchanged 1000 USD @ 45.75/per yesterday.. bank rate.. did not seek outside... I was happy.. when I came here it was 43 or so.. I'm good.. and the ladies at the bank know me and are sweet. Yeah I could have waited?.. gone out and got a better rate?.. but why?.. I was in and out in about 20 minutes.. that has got to be some kind of record yes?

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Salty Dog

I exchanged 1000 USD @ 45.75/per yesterday.. bank rate.. did not seek outside... I was happy.. when I came here it was 43 or so.. I'm good.. and the ladies at the bank know me and are sweet. Yeah I could have waited?.. gone out and got a better rate?.. but why?.. I was in and out in about 20 minutes.. that has got to be some kind of record yes?

Hush, you're going to give some of these geezer a heart atack wasting that P1,000…

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JayT

In the past 2 years I have found my general income from  Pound Sterling to be consistently good.

 

Income/Earnings in GBP and spending PHP is working for me.

 

Not sure if I should send Davey Cameron a Christmas Card just yet though. 

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Skywalker

On the (long) run up to Christmas, I have noticed that the exchange rate does get less favourable for the UK£ at least.

 

Probably because there are a lot more remits to help with the festive season.

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mistaeric

Why do do money exchange businesses ask for ID before exchanging cash, no exceptions? Western Union and the money changer in Robinson Debt store are 2 examples.

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contraman

Why do do money exchange businesses ask for ID before exchanging cash, no exceptions? Western Union and the money changer in Robinson Debt store are 2 examples.

I have never been asked,

Maybe they recognize a Gorilla by sight :idontknow:

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woodchopper

 

 

Why do do money exchange businesses ask for ID before exchanging cash, no exceptions? Western Union and the money changer in Robinson Debt store are 2 examples.

 

western aint exactly generous with their exchange rate eh?

 

i find the litttle lower level changer beside fuente,,opposite robinson usually ok rate,,,practically under the footbridge base?

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mistaeric

I have never been asked,

Maybe they recognize a Gorilla by sight :idontknow:

You exchanged US dollars for pesos in Western Union without ID?

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contraman

You exchanged US dollars for pesos in Western Union without ID?

At the "Money Changers", I would not use or ever be seen at a WU

For the life of me, I can not see why Anyone would use WU to change money  :idontknow:

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mistaeric

At the "Money Changers", I would not use or ever be seen at a WU

For the life of me, I can not see why Anyone would use WU to change money   :idontknow:

My usual place is money changer at RainTree mall but they were closed for lunch. I went to Robinsons basement money changer but they move up stairs and clerk said u need id sir! Then I walked back across the street to WU and they said they same thing and asked for ID. So I walked pass Volvo to a stand alone money changer and their rate sucked so I only exchange $100. I can not see why Anyone would use WU also.

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bargeman

Try the Money Changer in Ayala, by Rustans supermarket

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