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Week in Review: February 1 – February 7

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This week at the Current we travelled to an underrated European country, looked ahead to reading week, shared some exciting news for travel agents, and more! As always, catch up on what you missed with our Week in Review.

Hungary

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Hungary was our Country of the Week. As always we delved deep into the land’s history – learning about empires both old and new. Start your journey into Hungary’s past HERE.

In our Travel Guide we discovered just how exciting this underrated European country is. Look and you’ll find a city to rival the best in Europe and a countryside with a rich and enthralling tradition. It’s all HERE.

Our Currency Spotlight cleared up the ins and outs of the Hungarian forint. Besides the history and design of the forint, we also looked into the economy as a whole HERE.

Exclusive Deal for Travel Agents

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Introducing the E-VIP card from Continental Currency Exchange! Exclusively for travel agents, it’ll help your clients save on their exchange while also generating referral points for yourself! Get a breakdown of the benefits and see how to use it HERE.

Plan Your Reading Week Getaway

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Reading week is coming up sooner than you might think! With so many (warm) options for Canadian students this February, we thought we’d take a look at some of the best places to go for the break. See what we picked HERE.

Headlines

Every week we round up the biggest business stories from around the world in Headlines. This week: Canada loses jobs, the loonie rebounds, and more HERE.

Looking Ahead

Next week we’re sticking around Europe to finish up the final Scandinavian country. Beyond that, look for more of the great stories you’ve come to expect!

Remember to follow the Current for all the latest on Continental Currency, travel, business and more. But if you do miss anything, check in every Sunday for our Week in Review and stay informed, stay Current.