The official exchange rates for the Pound Sterling (GBP) are published by the Bank of England (BOE), the Central Bank of the United Kingdom. This report contains 26 currency middle-market rates as observed by the Bank’s Foreign Exchange Desk in the London interbank market.
This publication is usually updated around 10.30am UK Time for every working day with one day delay, so effective publication is from Tuesday to Saturday.
The Bank of England does not publish any historical file, but historical data since 1999.01.02 can be retrieved from the calendar month by month.
Please, keep in mind that the more you go back in time, the more you can get warnings about missing / not yet existing currencies.
The United Kingdom (UK) is the 6th largest economy in the world and the second largest in Europe after Germany. Now no longer a member of the European Union, the UK still is a member of the Commonwealth, the G7 and the G20, as well as other international organizations.
The City of London is the world’s largest financial centre. Heir to the British Empire, the UK has strong economic links with all English-speaking countries and especially with the USA. As a result, the pound sterling (GBP) is the 4th most traded currency and the 3rd most held reserve currency in the world (after the US dollar and the euro).
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Currencies pegged to the Pound Sterling:
|SHP||Pound (Saint Helena)||£||1|
In the White Papers section you will find a complete list of the world’s pegged currencies.
List of published currencies
|CZK||Koruna (Czech Republic)|
|EUR||Euro (European Union)|
|HKD||Dollar (Hong Kong)|
|NZD||Dollar (New Zealand)|
|SAR||Riyal (Saudi Arabia)|
|ZAR||Rand (South Africa)|
|KRW||Won (Korea South)|
|TWD||New Dollar (Taiwan)|
|USD||Dollar (United States of America)|
See full comparative table of all currencies per Bank in the White Papers / List of currencies page.
Foreign Exchange Rates
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