The pound has been falling over the past year, and it has recently fallen below 9.5 against the Hong Kong dollar, which naturally attracts many depressed people to exchange pounds for emergency use. Today, we compare the exchange rates of many foreign currency exchange shops and major banks, and list the exchange rate links of many exchange shops and banks for your reference!
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🪄 Make good use of the two artifact check to set the price in GBP
Before exchanging British pounds, you can calculate how much Hong Kong dollars you will need. The most convenient and quick way is of course to use the currency converter of Yahoo Finance! In addition to the British pound, you can also calculate the exchange prices of various currencies in various countries around the world. It is super simple and easy to use:
If you want to see the historical price trend of GBP/HKD, compare the current price of GBP with the previous price, whether it is high or low, and capture the best exchange price in your mind, you should check Yahoo Finance’s GBP quotation information page. There is a clear trend chart, and you can see it at a glance:
GBP/HKD (GBPHKD=X) Quote Information
USD/GBP (GBPUSD=X) Quote Information
💱 Hong Kong money changer exchange: the service is convenient and considerate
The service hours of money changers in Hong Kong are generally longer, which is convenient for workers to exchange money after work, and most of them do not charge handling fees. You can compare the exchange rates between the various exchanges to find the one that suits you best, and then use WhatsApp or call the exchange shop to reserve it. Some exchange shops even provide “Shensha” exchange service.
🏦 Bank exchange in Hong Kong: use wire transfer price to lock the exchange rate online
Using online banking services, as soon as you see the exchange rate, you can use the wire transfer rate to exchange foreign currency to your foreign currency account at home, and then reserve the amount of foreign currency cash you want to withdraw online or by calling the bank, and then Pick up at the bank at the scheduled time. However, keep in mind that banks only supply large notes, and there is usually a handling fee for large deposits and withdrawals.