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Asking CashChanger: When will the rates be updated?

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One of the most asked question on our web chat: when will the rates be updated?

If you’re looking at CashChanger earlier in the day, you’d realize that there are not many money changers listing their rates.

That is because most money changers fix their rates for the day between 10am to 11.30am.

Most money changers would need to have their stock of foreign currencies in their shops before they could decide what price they could sell (or buy).

So with this, we hope we could answer some of you early risers.

As always, do ping us directly for any feedback, and we’ll be happy to hear what you have in mind. Also, if you’re looking for any currency that isn’t listed, do let us know.

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