Whether it’s your first or fourth time sending money overseas, chances are you’ll want to do it quick and easy, which for a lot of people, could mean a trip to the bank.
By Josh Brown, Financial Writer Foreign exchange rates, like all cyclical things in life go up and down As a general rule, a currency’s valuation generally trends in line with the fortunes of the respective country but there are many other influences, the health of the global financial markets, the monetary policies of foreign central
In 2018, the Australian dollar has seemed to find some stability in October with it stabilising around 0.705 and then clawing its way back up since then to its current level at 0.72. The ‘aussie’ has been whacked by an appreciating US dollar, a Chinese economic slowdown and economic worries that there’s a bubble in
All money transfers are processed for a fee – whether they are hidden or not. To be clear, the remittance costs have certainly dropped considerably since fintech companies such as OrbitRemit appeared on the scene However, they have not yet managed to discover a way to facilitate remittance payments for free. Banks charge about 5%
International money transfer, the process of transferring money overseas – has a language of its own. This article will help you decode the financial garble in order to make your global remittance easier There are plenty of things to think about if you’re transferring money overseas. The most useful thing you can do is become
When I was 19 and I was thinking about selling some shares to travel overseas, I called my father’s stockbroker and asked him, ‘So when’s the best time to sell my shares?’ He simply said: ‘When you need the money.’ I sold the shares and almost immediately afterwards the stock price almost doubled in price.