Ace Currency Calculator is a rate calculator/converter for 150+ world's currencies. All rates are official, taken at the session close and are updated daily (during workdays). Internet connection is required for precise calculations. FREE trial!
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:33
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Description: Ace Currency Calculator is a convenient and simple software application that uses the power of the Internet to help you get the currency rates for over 150 worldâ€™s currencies, both hard and soft, accepted in 219 countries and territories. The currency exchange rates are determined at the close of the trading sessions and are updated daily (during workdays). The currency exchange data is always official, latest and most precise.
The program is an absolute must-have for all companies that do business outside of their home countries. The currency exchange market is an extremely volatile one and keeping an eye on multiple currencies to hedge possible risks in advance is a requirement for all companies that want to stay in business. The program is especially helpful when working with soft currencies that can get devalued in a matter of hours.
Ace Currency Calculator features calculation history list, can copy the exchange rate calculation data right into the clipboard and comes with a convenient currency swap feature. The program interface is very simple, consisting of one window with two entrance fields, currency list and two buttons.
The program is very easy to install, setup and use. Any person with any level of computer proficiency can use it comfortably without any training. Ace Currency Calculator requires establishing the Internet connection to function properly and is absolutely FREE to download and try. Get your copy now.
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