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Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

Erstellt von dalig, 28.04.2003, 07:36 Uhr · 245 Antworten · 14.058 Aufrufe

  1. #201
    khab
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    Re: Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

    Hi J.O. :-)

    Die Kurse von Dr. Locker und mir gepostet sind der Mittelwert (kannst du bei Yahoo.finance für alle Währungen abfragen); dieser kommt immer dann zum Tragen, wenn du Geld mit der Karte ziehst. Bargeld und Reisescheck haben meist einen Abschlag. Früher war das anders, da hast du zb. für Reiseschecks tatsächlich mehr gekriegt.

    Gruß und khab

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  3. #202
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    Re: Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

    Heute:

    49,38-49,52



  4. #203
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    Das liebe ich doch! Der Euro steigt wieder leicht gegenueber dem Dollar und das britische Pfund hat seine Schwaecheperiode gegenueber dem Euro schienbar auch ueberwunden. Da kann ich ja nur hoffen, dass dieser Trend noch 6 Wochen anhaelt, dann wird der naechste Urlaub noch etwas guenstiger!

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    Re: Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

    Live mid-market rates as of 2005.02.16 07:39:38 GMT.
    1.00 EUR
    Euro = 50.0997 THB
    Thailand Baht
    1 EUR = 50.0997 THB 1 THB = 0.0199602 EUR


    Ouelle: http://www.xe.net/currency

  6. #205
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    Zitat Zitat von E.Phinarak",p="216067
    Live mid-market rates as of 2005.02.16 07:39:38 GMT.
    1.00 EUR
    Euro = 50.0997 THB
    Thailand Baht
    1 EUR = 50.0997 THB 1 THB = 0.0199602 EUR


    Ouelle: http://www.xe.net/currency

    War an 8 verschiedenen Stellen, gab nix ueber 49,52! Geh ich halt morgen nochmal,....Nachschlag holen.


  7. #206
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    @ Jens

    da stand ja auch geschrieben "mid-market rates". Diese Traeumer-Kurse kriegst Du auch nirgends. Nicht mal auf Kreditkartanbrechnungen oder Trevelerschecks, etc. Vermute mal das ist der Mittelkurz zwischen An- und Verkaufskursen.

  8. #207
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    Are your "mid-market" currency rates buy rates or sell rates?

    The mid-market rates shown in our information services are neither "buy" rates nor "sell" rates. Mid-market rates are derived from mid-point between the buy and sell rates of large-value transactions in the global currency markets.

    Since "buy rates" and "sell rates" include overheads and profit margins that are set independently by each foreign exchange provider, they will vary depending on who you're talking to, and will always be different than the mid-market rate.

    For the guaranteed best buy and sell rates on your foreign exchange, sign up free for XE.com's XEtrade Discount On-Line Foreign Exchange Service.
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    An Example to Illustrate the Difference Between Buy Rates, Sell Rates, and Mid-Market Rates
    Like any non-centralized, widely distributed market, the currency market has different prices when you're buying and when you're selling. As an example of how this market operatives, let's consider a similar and familiar market: antiques.

    Let's say you find an antique lamp in your house. You look up the value of the lamp on the Internet and find that on average, the market value of your lamp is $200.

    So you take the lamp to the antiques dealer and they offer $180 for your lamp. Yes, it may be technically worth $200, but the dealer has to buy it for a little less than market value in order to stay in business. So they buy the lamp from you for $180.

    So next you go home, only to find out that the lamp was an important heirloom that should not have been sold. So you head back to the market to buy back the lamp. Luckily, they haven't sold it. You see the lamp in the store window, but now the price tag says $220! The dealer has marked the lamp up from market value in order to stay in business. So they sell the lamp back to you for $220.

    In this example, the antique dealer's buy rate was $180, and their sell rate was $220. The average of the buy rate and the sell rate is the market rate, which was $200. However, it is important to note that no trade actually occurred for this amount. With the lamp, as with currency, nobody trades at the mid market rate. Anyone who did would lose money.

    Of course, different dealers might have charged different amounts. One might have offered to buy the lamp for $150, another for $190. But in no case can people buy at more than the market rate, or sell at less than the market rate, without going out of business in the long run.

    The exact same thing is true when dealing with currencies. All currencies have a market rate, and different merchants will set different buy and sell rates depending on the money they want to make. When converting from one currency to another, you are always buying one currency and selling another, so you will always get the buy rate from one currency and the sell rate from the other.

    The further the buy and sell rates are from the market rate, the more the transaction costs you. Some vendors are very far from the market rate, whereas we at XEtrade strive to save you money by making our rates as close as possible.

    In summary, buy and sell rates are prices set by currency providers to stay in business.

    When doing a conversion, our free currency information services always list the mid-market rate, since we can not know if you will be buying or selling a given currency. The mid-market rate is the most generally useful number, since it serves as a reliable, indicative value for the currency that is not weighted towards buying or selling.

    And for your ease of use, our XEtrade service does not specifically reference buy and sell rates. We simply collect the information about your desired trade and quote you a price. This is specifically to avoid needless confusion.

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    Re: Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

    Kurs Heute bei XE.COM 50.4082 THB

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    Re: Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

    20,000.00 EUR = 1,017,275.75 THB

    1 EUR = 50.8638 THB 1 THB = 0.0196604 EUR

    es geht Bergauf, an allen ist wohl auch Süd-Korea schuld

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    Re: Exchangerate / Umtauschrate Euro zu Thai Baht

    Zitat Zitat von Olli",p="218908
    20,000.00 EUR = 1,017,275.75 THB

    1 EUR = 50.8638 THB 1 THB = 0.0196604 EUR

    es geht Bergauf, an allen ist wohl auch Süd-Korea schuld
    Äh Südkorea? hab ich was versäumt?

    PengoX

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