£ falling against $

finchy3

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Joined
Jan 30, 2014
The Scottish independence issue is having a big bearing on the £.
It has dropped 10 cents in recent weeks and a yes vote will see it drop much more :headache:
I have just agreed to purchase another DVC contract and it's costing me more by the day :(
Scotland please stay with us :worship:
 

wilma-bride

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Moderator
Joined
Jul 13, 2005
I'm with you there. can't wait until after September 18th. I am pretty sure it will rise again after the 'no' vote ;)
 

ashleyfallis

4125 miles and too many days 'til we head 'home'!
Joined
Jun 5, 2008
And let's hope when we get the 'Yes' vote it starts going back up! I liked the old exchange rate :lmao:
 
  • Face Like Fizz

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Dec 7, 2012
    Everything was looking so cheap in July but now, not so much.

    I can't wait to get this referendum over and done with. I'm fed up with the uncertainty. (And hoping for a no :))
     

    finchy3

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    Joined
    Jan 30, 2014
    finchy3---$110-$11,000-100-GCV=AUG-0/'14, 100/'15, 100/'16-Sent 09/06 Passed 10/06 Seller pays 2014 MF Buyer pays closing. :)

    Our 2nd contract at GCV delighted! pixiedust:
     
  • Toffeewoffy

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Mar 6, 2014
    We signed up last week thinking the exchange rate was $1.50, only to get home and find the rate has now plummeted to $1.45.

    Incidentally, the £ has not slumped against the $. If you compare the $/€ rate, you'll see that the £ is still strong. The problem we have is that the $ is very strong at the moment.
     

    zavandor

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jul 22, 2011
    One of the reasons I'm glad I've bought DVC is that it helps to shield from $ change rate. Ok, everything else is going to be more expensive, but at least the hotel is paid for. And since I've rent some of my points, I don't have to worry about MF for a while either.
     


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