Exchange Rate Boards

Written by Ivan Gale
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All over the world, exchange rate boards are a common element in commuter centers. Train stations, airports, and other centers of travel all need foreign exchanges where people can quickly trade currencies before crossing borders. They are also ubiquitous in the places, banks, auctions, receptions, to name just a few.

These exchange rate boards need to employ only the best technology available, as people depend upon them to give out the most current currency trading information. Exchange rate boards need to be both easy to use and able to handle complex functions, as spending time on updating currency prices is not something a foreign exchange owner wants to spend a lot of time on.

Exchange Rate Boards Can Handle Indoor and Outdoor Use

It's best to look for exchange rate boards that come from a reputable company with a proven track record. These displays can display up to 18 currencies at once, although it is always possible to have an exchange board custom made, as well. They are made for both indoor and outdoor use, and shine bright enough to be easily read even in sunny conditions.

Most electronic displays can be programmed locally or from remote. They can be operated from a variety of sources, using anything from a regular telephone modem to fiber optic cables, pagers, and even some cellular phones. In addition financial information can also be streamed in, using newswire services from Dow Jones, Reuters, and Bloomberg News.


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