Trump vows to ‘bring back Main Street’ by cutting business tax to 15% [Why business tax and not the payroll tax? This could backfire into just more corporate savings.]
Submitted August 31, 2017 at 08:07AM by PostNationalism
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American studying in Europe and need to transfer money over. Thoughts on when would be a better time to exchange USD to EUR?
This might not be the correct thread so please direct me to the correct place if this question isn't suited for /r/economy.
I'm an American student studying in Europe and I need to transfer money into my European account (USD to EUR). The exchange rate isn't doing well right now, thus my interest in people's predictions for when and if the rate will get better soon.
I either want to transfer enough money for 6 months if the rate isn't predicted to improve or stick with 1-2 months if it will improve. I heard September would be bad for the exchange rate, but would like another opinion.
Submitted August 31, 2017 at 07:35AM by girl_crush
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