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Places to buy foreign currency while still within the United States include banks, online foreign exchange venues and Travelex stores. Many banks have foreign currency on hand in designated branches, according to Wells F... More »

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One way to exchange U.S. Dollars into foreign currency is through an exchange traded fund or an exchange traded note. These are similar to stocks, and gain or lose value depending on the exchange rate of the foreign curr... More »

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Exchange foreign currency at one of three locations: ATMs, banks or designated currency exchange kiosks. Each location generally has distinct advantages and disadvantages, so it is a good idea to weigh several different ... More »

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