Ramsdens – Travel Money

July 26, 2012

Ramsdens – Travel Money

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Country, Currency, Buying Rate (£), Selling Rate (£), Last Updated. Euro – Europe, 1.27226, 1.22500, 03-07-12. Dollars – USA, 1.59490, 1.54750, 03-07-12 …
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