How to Convert Currency Exchange Rates to the Canadian Dollar

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Exchange rates are governed by multiple factors. A country's economic policy, stability and markets will all affect what the currency is worth. The difference between two currencies is called an exchange rate. If you are traveling abroad or transferring money to another country, you will need to know the exchange and conversion rate to see how much money you will receive in exchange for your own. There are various websites that in line with the market differences will compute the exchange rate.

Converting to Canadian Dollars with XE.com

  • Go to XE.com (see References for link).

  • Click the "To this currency:" drop-down menu and choose "CAD Canadian Dollars."

  • Click the "From this currency:" drop-down menu and select the currency you wish to convert from.

  • Enter the amount you wish to convert in the "Convert this amount:" box.

  • Click "Go."

Converting to Canadian Dollars with Coinmill

  • Go to the Coinmill website (see References).

  • Click the "From" drop-down menu and choose the currency you wish to convert.

  • Click the "To:" drop-down menu and select "Canadian Dollar (CAD)" then click "Convert."

  • Type in the amount you wish to convert in the empty box next to your input currency.

  • Click "Convert" to display the amount of Canadian Dollars you would receive.

Converting to Canadian Dollars with ADVFN

  • Go to the ADVFN website (see References).

  • Enter the amount you wish to convert in "Convert this:"

  • Click the "From this currency:" drop-down menu and choose your given currency.

  • Click the "To this currency:" drop-down menu and choose "Canadian Dollar."

  • Click "Convert."

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