107.87
1.5833
1.1038
0.885000
0.801732
4.3414
80.0310
$9873.05
107.87
1.5833
1.1038
0.885000
0.801732
4.3414
80.0310
$9873.05

British Pound foreign exchange rates

British Pound foreign exchange rates. All currency exchange rates quoted against British Pound, GBP (base currency). In the table below you'll find many different currencies and their exchange rates against GBP. Just click on the currency chart link , and You'll be able to do analysis of each GBP/currency chart, to check currency pair history exchange rates. Aside the table you're able to use GBP currency converter, which prepared with most popular currencies, but you can modify converter and add/remove as many currencies, as you need. All GBP exchange rates updates in real time. If you have questions related with British Pound or GBP exchange rates, please ask or read already answered at the bottom of the page.

Currencies below quoted against GBP (base currency): Jan 03, 2068

Currency
Day change
Change
Currency rate
Code
3.8634%
0.043652
1.1299
EUR
-3.7521%
-0.046800
1.2473
USD
6.2113%
4.9710
80.0310
RUB
5.9664%
0.292700
4.9058
PLN
2.5701%
0.042600
1.6575
CAD
10.1021%
1.1277
11.1630
NOK
0.080463%
0.001000
1.2428
CHF
-7.4856%
-2.3029
30.7646
UAH
100.00%
136.92
136.92
ALL
3.9500%
5.9100
149.62
DZD
68.1377%
47.9730
70.4060
ARS
11.2823%
0.207200
1.8365
AUD
-3.6785%
-0.017300
0.470300
BHD
2.9110%
0.074600
2.5627
BYR
1.4660%
1.5450
105.39
BDT
20.5590%
1.0541
5.1272
BRL
3.8639%
0.085400
2.2102
BGN
2.9924%
0.875201
29.2470
CZK
9.3990%
83.9300
892.97
CLP
4.2627%
0.359700
8.4383
DKK
-3.6300%
-8.0600
222.04
DJF
-11.9358%
-2.4340
20.3925
EGP
100.00%
36.6266
36.6266
ETB
-1.5989%
-1.0420
65.1710
PHP
-3.7673%
-0.367700
9.7603
HKD
6.9238%
6.1510
88.8380
INR
100.0000%
17588.10
17588.10
IDR
-0.910433%
-13.5500
1488.30
IQD
12.3876%
19.1500
154.59
ISK
-5.2172%
-0.230100
4.4104
ILS
-3.6933%
-0.169200
4.5813
AED
-5.8574%
-7.8800
134.53
JPY
-3.7721%
-0.033300
0.882800
JOD
-5.0151%
-0.227800
4.5423
QAR
9.8697%
47.6450
482.74
KZT
-2.6955%
-3.4950
129.66
KES
3.7496%
0.332200
8.8595
CNY
9.6208%
404.65
4206.00
COP
3.6725%
0.307100
8.3621
HRK
-2.9016%
-0.011000
0.379100
KWD
-2.9228%
-55.1100
1885.54
LBP
-5.5345%
-0.289800
5.2362
MYR
100.00%
12.0858
12.0858
MAD
4.5852%
1.1124
24.2609
MXN
8.7097%
0.172000
1.9748
NZD
-2.1650%
-9.7350
449.65
NGN
30.5110%
59.7100
195.70
PKR
-3.2473%
-0.040500
1.2472
PAB
8.3851%
1.5398
18.3636
ZAR
0.098079%
0.004100
4.1803
PEN
2.4317%
36.2700
1491.52
KRW
6.8781%
0.368700
5.3605
RON
-3.7165%
-0.173900
4.6791
SAR
-2.0469%
-0.035200
1.7197
SGD
12.8755%
29.0600
225.70
LKR
15.3212%
1.8582
12.1283
SEK
-12.6105%
-4.8090
38.1350
THB
-1.0994%
-0.425000
38.6590
TWD
-0.532299%
-15.2700
2868.68
TZS
11.5087%
0.409400
3.5573
TND
36.9778%
2.6211
7.0883
TRY
99.8689%
9986.89
10000.00
VEF
11.5967%
43.5850
375.84
HUF
100.0000%
28948.50
28948.50
VND
6.5929%
2.9810
45.2150
MUR
4.0291%
29.8800
741.60
XAF
4.1508%
30.8400
742.99
XOF
-2.2833%
-0.057500
2.5183
BBD
2.6782%
61.6900
2303.39
BIF
-1.7136%
-0.029463
1.7194
BND
100.00%
1.2472
1.2472
BSD
3.7297%
0.505100
13.5426
BWP
-2.8247%
-20.3800
721.50
CRC
5.8104%
3.7380
64.3330
DOP
4.1540%
0.113000
2.7203
FJD
100.00%
63.9250
63.9250
GMD
2.3467%
0.225600
9.6136
GTQ
1.8897%
0.579999
30.6930
HNL
31.8518%
37.9450
119.13
HTG
2.2046%
3.7350
169.42
JMD
-2.0969%
-19.1800
914.69
MWK
8.3515%
1.5300
18.3200
NAD
8.1929%
3.4280
41.8410
NIO
-3.7693%
-0.018100
0.480200
OMR
3.2247%
0.136900
4.2453
PGK
-2.7885%
-0.476501
17.0880
SCR
8.6380%
1.5865
18.3665
SZL
-2.6455%
-0.223300
8.4406
TTD
-1.2771%
-58.4199
4574.48
UGX
-3.4556%
-0.116800
3.3800
XCD
3.8456%
5.1800
134.70
XPF
28.8835%
4.7600
16.4800
ZMK
72 more currencies
Currency data updated Jan 03, 2068 18:20 UTC
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Mmapule Moepeng
1 year ago

I would like to know how much is 1 pound if its converted to SA rand meaning 1 pound = ? RANDS

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Nico
2 years ago

Which currency is the most secure to hold savings in, so that they wouldn't decrease in the value over time?

Steven J
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2 years ago

Nico, thank you for a question. It’s hard to say which currency is the most reliable and stable for your own personal capital, yet the smartest thing to do would be to choose the currencies that are acknowledged as the most secure and popular in the world. If you own particularly large amount of money, you should do a better research and hire a financial consultant who would analyze which currencies are the best for your savings and determine what meets your needs. Some of the currencies that are considered to be the most secure are: Norwegian krone, euro, US dollar, Swiss franc, Swedish krona, British pound, Canadian dollar, Japanese yen.

Polina
2 years ago

I saw 100 British pounds banknote, are they real and valid?

Steven J
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2 years ago

Polina, thank you for your question. There are no valid 100 pounds banknotes anymore. Only the example of the historical 100 pounds banknote. The valid British pound notes are: 5, 10, 20 and 50.

Dexter
2 years ago

Hello. What is your opinion on the future of the pound in regard to euro after what has happened yesterday in the UK? Thank you.

Steven J
Currexy.com
2 years ago

Dexter, thank you for the question. As I mentioned before, pound exchange rate is going to be very unstable during the period of withdrawal from the European Union. However, in my opinion, Great Britain will benefit from its decisions and the pound will recover in a long period of time. The situation is very unstable at the moment and the pound is sensitive to any changes, the markets need to settle and deal with this situation. There is going to be a lot of discussions regarding the exit bill that the UK will be required to pay, it will also concern customs, trade and other aspects, which are going to depend on Britain. I believe that that Britain will deal with the issue and leave UK, which will make the pound grow stronger. We will find out if my wrong in a couple of years. Meanwhile, the forecast for the pound is very unpredictable and unstable.

Pertha
2 years ago

Hello, where was it announced that the next £5 note would expire on May 1? Banks refuse to exchange £5 banknotes, saying that they are expired. Which sites announce information about foreign currencies and when they are replaced with the new ones or withdrawn? Thank you.

Steven J
Currexy.com
2 years ago

Pertha, thank you for the question. Information regarding valid banknotes is announced in the England’s press releases, by the Bank of England. Here’s an announcement by the Bank of England published on 5 April:

The Bank of England will be withdrawing legal tender status of the paper £5 note, featuring Elizabeth Fry, on 5 May 2017. We are encouraging anyone who still has paper £5 notes to spend them over the next month. Over 50% of all Fry fivers have already been returned to us to be destroyed, but there are still around 160 million notes left in circulation.
After 5 May 2017, retailers and the public no longer have to accept the paper £5 note as payment or in change. The new polymer £5 note featuring Sir Winston Churchill will be the only £5 note with legal tender status. Some banks and building societies may accept paper £5 notes after 5 May, but this is at their own discretion. The Bank of England will continue to exchange Fry £5 notes for all time, as we would for any other Bank of England note which no longer has legal tender status.

In September this year, we will issue a new polymer £10 note featuring Jane Austen. The note will recognise her universal appeal and enduring contribution to English literature. Jane Austen joins Sir Winston Churchill, Adam Smith and Matthew Boulton and James Watt in showcasing British culture on Bank of England notes.

The new polymer £5 note was first issued on 13 September 2016 and is cleaner, safer and stronger than its paper counterpart. Our polymer banknotes include a new generation of security features which make them even harder to counterfeit. They are also resistant to dirt and moisture, and so they remain in better condition for longer. The strength of the polymer material means that the New Fiver is expected to last at least 2.5 times longer than the paper note – around five years.

Jane
2 years ago

What do you think about Great Britain pound exchange rate after Brexit? Does Theresa's May actions will impact rate for the future? I have savings in pounds, advice me what to do.

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