What is the world's weakest currency?
What is the world's weakest currency? The world's weakest currency is considered to be either the Iranian Rial or the Venezuelan Bolívar. This is due to the high inflation levels, political conflicts and poor economic health of the countries. via
Is Australia cheaper than UK?
While consumer prices (overall) are 12% lower in the UK, the purchasing power is 16% lower (because of lower pay). Life is overall better in Australia, friends. It will be even more obvious after Brexit when the food prices in the UK will shoot up. via
Why is GBP so strong?
Some of the UK's top exports include various machinery, cars, precious metals and minerals, pharmaceuticals, and more. With Britain's inflation rate lower than many countries, its purchasing power is therefore higher. This is one reason why the pound exchange rate is strong and why it almost always is. via
How much is a pound to a dollar?
1 Pound is equal to 1.36 US Dollars. via