I do realise that different people get slightly different currency exchange rates at different places, and that some places offer slightly better rates than others, but what I’m seeing today really doesn’t make any sense.
Icelandic Central Bank: 1 Euro = 131 ISK
Glitnir: 1 Euro = 196 ISK
Kaupthing: 1 Euro = 173 ISK
Landsbankinn: 1 Euro = 195 ISK
I know the Central Bank is trading at a “fixed rate”, but how can it differ so much between the others?
Anyone have an explanation?