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What’s the latest exchange rates against one US dollar?

The British Virgin Islands has become a regional hub where persons from various nationalities come to live, work and do business. And in this global trading economy, the currency strength of these respective nationalities fluctuate daily.

Below is the latest foreign exchange trading summary for some of these nations against the territory’s main currency — the United States Dollar.

As at August 11, 2019, currency trading against one US dollar was:

USD/Eastern Caribbean Dollar = EC$2.70
USD/Dominican Peso = RD$51.01
USD/Jamaican Dollar = JMD$134.64
USD/Guyanese Dollar = GYD$206.94
USD/Phillipine Peso = ₱52.02

USD/Pound Sterling = £0.83
USD/Euro = €0.89
USD/Canadian Dollar = CAD$1.32

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6 Comments

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  1. Review says:

    Who reviews your posts?

    It’s pound STERLING*

  2. son of the soil says:

    We could use any one of the big 3—-USD, pounds or euro

  3. Hmm says:

    Where did you get those figures from thry are wrong. Even here ppl want 1=1 for Euros.

  4. Concern says:

    What is the price for a pound of sugar in Guyana boudy? Just asking? Tax them it wouldn’t hurt!

  5. Albion says:

    What’s it now?

  6. PoundSterling says:

    Wait until that pound start to drop, you going to hear another story from the U.K. They are leaving EU, wait, you will hear their cry, looking to pack up the place. That is why them want to do away with belonger status. Our ancestors said,”no, this is the return on the investment of our forefathers in the field for naught.” In a day not many days afield, I will cause you to rise financially in that strange land. Though it tarries, wait, you shall be the overcomer. Thy kingdom come!!

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