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GBP to USD Exchange Rates:
(British Pound to US Dollar)
Last 10 working days
Last 30 days
Wednesday, May 4th: A second consecutive depreciation brought the British pound to US dollar quotation to 1.45111.
Tuesday, May 3rd: The British pound started to depreciate again against the US currency, the GBP/USD exchange rate falling by 0.00627.
Monday, April 25th - Monday, May 2nd: The quotation went up for six trading days in a row, reaching 1.46879. This was the highest in three months.
Friday, April 22nd: The GBP/USD quote decreased by 0.00515, to 1.4378.
Tuesday, April 19th - Thursday, April 21st: The exchange climbed for three trading days in a row, reaching the 1.44295 level on Thursday, April 21st.
Monday, April 18th: The quotation decreased slightly, reaching 1.41715.
Friday, April 15th: The quote rose to 1.41803.
Thursday, April 14th: A second consecutive decline brought the GBP/USD quotation to 1.41428.
Wednesday, April 13th: The British pound started to depreciate again against the US currency; the quote was down 0.00421.
Tuesday, April 12th: A second consecutive gain brought the GBP/USD quote to the level of 1.42735 US dollars to the British pound.
Monday, April 11th: The British pound started to rise again against the US dollar; the quote rose to 1.42268.
Friday, April 8th: The GBP/USD quotation declined slightly, to the 1.40753 level.
Thursday, April 7th: A slight rise brought the rate of exchange to 1.40769.
Wednesday, April 6th: The currency pair dropped again. A 0.01521 decrease brought the rate to 1.40283, the lowest reading in four weeks.
Tuesday, April 5th: The GBP/USD quotation decreased to 1.41804.
Last 365 days
GBP/USD 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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