As of October 19, 2015, the exchange rate of Swiss franc to U.S. dollar is 0.69 for a dollar. This Swiss franc is stronger than the U.S. dollar, 0.69 Swiss Franc is equivalent of one U.S. dollar. More »

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Historical LIBOR rates have varied since their introduction in 1986, as rates are based on different currencies and maturities. Three-month LIBOR rates based on the U.S. dollar ranged from 10.3 percent in March 1989 to 0... More »

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A historical LIBOR rates chart is one that compares how LIBOR rates have changed over time. Banks use the LIBOR rate to establish rates of interest on short-term loans. LIBOR is an acronym that stands for the London Inte... More »

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Websites such as XE Currency Converter or The Money Converter offer the latest U.S. dollar exchange rate for the rupee or for the latest exchange rate between any two currencies. These sites also calculate currency conve... More »

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To exchange British pounds to U.S. dollars, find the current exchange rate, determine the destination to exchange, understand the costs and execute the transaction, notes USA Today. Financial websites such as Oando offer... More »

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Convert Australian currency to U.S. dollars by using the currency exchange rate tools on sites such as XE.com, Bloomberg.com, X-Rates.com and TheMoneyConverter.com, as of 2015. Each site uses the current valuations for b... More »

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In 2014, the average exchange rate of Canadian dollars to U.S. dollars was about 0.905912 Canadian dollars to $1 U.S. Currency exchange rates change frequently and are influenced by a number of factors. More »