28 Nov 2014 Last updated at 16:48 ET

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Tourist rates for Friday, 28 November
 
£1 buys
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USA
1.5373 Dollar
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Eurozone
1.2334 Euro
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Japan
176.9758 Yen
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Australia
1.7937 Dollar
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New Zealand
1.9363 Dollar
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Hong Kong
11.7100 Dollar
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Canada
1.7254 Dollar
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Czech Rep
32.6447 Koruna
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Poland
4.9147 Zloty
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Denmark
9.0689 Kroner
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Egypt
10.2825 Pound
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Hungary
354.7642 Forint
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Israel
5.7287 Shekel
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Kenya
131.4164 Shilling
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Mexico
20.4316 Peso
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Norway
10.5214 Kroner
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Pakistan
120.7907 Rupee
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Saudi Arabia
5.6968 Riyal
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Singapore
1.9600 Dollar
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South Africa
16.6925 Rand
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Sweden
11.2684 Kronor
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Switzerland
1.4754 Franc
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Taiwan
45.2338 Dollar
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Thailand
48.6133 Baht
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Turkey
3.4315 Lira
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China
8.9950 Yuan
Source: www.travelex.co.uk

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