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If you're in the UK, you can now exchange your foreign coins with Fourex machines. They have created machines that automatically exchange your foreign (and British) coins with either pounds, euros and dollars. They won Richard Branson's Pitch To Rich 2015 and currently have 4 kiosks in 3 locations around London and are in the process of adding many more. ...


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Checking out the hotel prices is a good way of estimating travel costs. Current rates at Booking.com start at 60$, so you definitely won't get far after exchanging 20$. Adding the extremely unstable political situation and severe food shortages means you'll have to pay a lot to sustain a comfortable lifestyle.


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You can use any exchange rate service, but they like it if you use oanda.com because they get trained on that one for T1 and T2 applications. Since Sterling is taking a caning right now, you would do a little better by picking today's closing rate, 70p to the dollar and use it for all your evidence going back 3 to 6 months. For Naira that would be 35p per ...


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It appears you asked the same question in the Caravanistan forum. All of this answer will be based on the info there but since you seemed not satisfied with it you should come back here after your trip and give an answer based on your personal experience. As reported in the forum post, there are ATMs in Beyneu so you can always withdraw some tenge. I also ...


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I can't give financial advice or comment on the markets - for financial advice from people who know what they're talking about, try http://money.stackexchange.com and check what sort of currency speculation related questions they accept before posting - but in general if you need money to travel and the markets are unpredictable, you can reduce your risk by ...


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According to a couple of experts interviewed by the UK Telegraph: Bill O’Neill, head of the UK investment office at UBS Wealth Management, said: Obviously relative growth rates are part of it, as that always drives the value of currency. But in Europe it’s a different world. We’re talking about the next potential move for UK interest rates ...



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