You don't want to lose too much money when sending payments online to Germany. You'll get the best euros exchange rate by using a currency exchange broker. See below for live interbank exchange rates for sending money to Germany bank accounts:
|1 British Pound = 1.155 Euros||Send Money to Germany from UK|
|1 Indian Rupee = 0.014 Euros||Send Money to Germany from India|
|1 Australian Dollar = 0.706 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Australia|
|1 Canadian Dollar = 0.692 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Canada|
|1 New Zealand Dollar = 0.651 Euros||Send Money to Germany from New Zealand|
|1 Us Dollar = 0.926 Euros||Send Money to Germany from USA|
|1 South African Rand = 0.074 Euros||Send Money to Germany from South Africa|
|1 Thai Baht = 0.027 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Thailand|
|1 Turkish Lira = 0.256 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Turkey|
|1 United Arab Emirates Dirham = 0.252 Euros||Send Money to Germany from UAE|
|1 Chinese Yuan = 0.134 Euros||Send Money to Germany from China|
|1 Swiss Franc = 0.934 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Switzerland|
|1 Swedish Krona = 0.105 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Sweden|
|1 Russian Rouble = 0.016 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Russian Federation|
|1 Norwegian Krone = 0.109 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Norway|
|1 Mexican Peso = 0.049 Euros||Send Money to Germany from Mexico|
What's the most cost-effective way of sending money abroad to Germany? Foreign exchange brokers tend not only to access the competitive exchange rates, but also not to charge fees, with this applying to regular overseas mortgage payments and larger single transactions. The saving can be huge!
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