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Japanese 10,000 yen notes, left, U.S. $100 notes, right, and Chinese 100 yuan notes, top. (TRUTH LEEM/REUTERS)
Japanese 10,000 yen notes, left, U.S. $100 notes, right, and Chinese 100 yuan notes, top. (TRUTH LEEM/REUTERS)

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Globe Investor highlights some of the best features of our website with Globe Investor Tips. Find more tips at tgam.ca/globeinvestor-tips.

The next time you need calculate a foreign currency transaction, look no further than globeinvestor.com. Our recently added currency converter gives you the latest exchange rates between any two global currencies in seconds.

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The Canadian dollar, U.S. dollar and euro top the list, followed by 19 other world currencies in alphabetical order. Simply start typing the name of the country whose currency you would like to find and it will appear highlighted in the list. You can then convert any amount by typing a number into the “convert” field.

You’ll find this calculator, along with the latest news on what’s moving the foreign exchange markets, on our currencies page at tgam.ca/currencies.

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