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Bank of Ireland gives best deal on foreign currencies

Holidaymakers heading to New York or London this month should buy their dollars or sterling from Bank of Ireland, rather than National Irish Bank (NIB) and Permanent TSB, according to a survey by The Sunday Business Post.

4th August, 2007

Holidaymakers heading to New York or London this month should buy their dollars or sterling from Bank of Ireland, rather than National Irish Bank (NIB) and Permanent TSB, according to a survey by The Sunday Business Post.

The survey, which examined how many dollars and sterling pounds a customer could buy with €1,000, found that Bank of Ireland offered the best value, while NIB and Permanent TSB were the most expensive.

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