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GBP to INR Exchange Rates:
(British Pound to Indian Rupee)
Last 10 working days
Last 30 days
Friday, November 27th: A minute depreciation of 0.00761 brought the GBP/INR exchange rate to 100.50491.
Thursday, November 26th: The increased by 0.49756, to 100.51252.
Monday, November 23rd - Wednesday, November 25th: The downward trend continued for another three trading days; the GBP/INR quotation lost 0.91115, decreasing from 100.92611 to 100.01496.
Friday, November 20th: The descending trend started again - the British pound to Indian rupee quotation decreased by 0.21707.
Tuesday, November 17th - Thursday, November 19th: The increased for three consecutive trading days, reaching the level of 101.14318 Indian rupees to the British pound on Thursday, November 19th.
Monday, November 16th: A 0.44322 decline brought the quotation to 100.25687.
Wednesday, November 11th - Friday, November 13th: The went up for three trading days in a row, reaching the level of 100.70009 Indian rupees to the British pound on Friday, November 13th.
Tuesday, November 10th: The pair went down, reaching 100.20017.
Monday, November 9th: A 0.47228 addition brought the British pound to Indian rupee exchange to 100.23372.
Tuesday, November 3rd - Friday, November 6th: The quote went down for four consecutive trading days, reaching the level of 99.76144 on Friday, November 6th.
Friday, October 30th - Monday, November 2nd: The rate of exchange rose to its highest level in five weeks reaching 101.44896.
Thursday, October 29th: The rate of exchange went up to 99.68313.
Wednesday, October 28th: The GBP/INR quotation declined to 99.41156, the lowest reading since October 13th, 2015.
Last 365 days
GBP/INR Exchange rate - Historical data:
The cross rates on this page are based on the Reference Exchange Rates published by the European Central Bank.
The reference rates are averages of buying and selling rates against the euro, calculated according to the daily concertation procedure between central banks within and outside the European System of Central Banks, by paying due attention to ensuring that the published exchange rates reflect the market conditions prevailing at the time of the daily concertation procedure.
Actual market transactions are affected by a number of factors, such as location and type of transaction (buying or selling), and might be carried at different rates. This data is released for reference purposes only.
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