Exchange rates for UK - Compare foreign currencies versus GBP

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Currency 01.02.2023 Variation 31.01.2023
EUR Euro 1 0.8860 +0,0034 0.8825
USD US Dollar 1 0.8113 -0,0013 0.8125
INR Indian rupee 100 0.9924 -0,0013 0.9937
AUD Australian Dollar 1 0.5737 +0,0011 0.5726
CAD Canadian dollar 1 0.6089 -0,0001 0.6090
CHF Swiss franc 1 0.8872 +0,0024 0.8847
CNY Chinese yuan 100 12.0359 +0,0046 12.0312
ZAR South African rand 1 0.0472 +0,0005 0.0467
CZK Czech koruna 100 3.7270 +0,0191 3.7079
DKK Danish krone 100 11.9076 +0,0448 11.8628
NOK Norwegian krone 1 0.0812 -0,0001 0.0814
HKD Hong Kong dollar 1 0.1035 -0,0002 0.1037
HUF Hungarian forint 100 0.2271 +0,0016 0.2255
ILS Israeli shekel 1 0.2350 -0,0002 0.2352
JPY Japanese yen 100 0.6277 +0,0028 0.6249
KRW South Korean won 100 0.0661 +0,0002 0.0658
MYR Malaysian ringgit 1 0.1902 -0,0003 0.1905
NZD New Zealand dollar 1 0.5223 -0,0028 0.5251
PLN Polish zloty 1 0.1881 +0,0008 0.1873
RUB Russian rouble 100 19.0186 -0,0293 19.0480
SEK Swedish krona 100 7.7833 +0,0225 7.7608
SGD Singapore dollar 1 0.6183 +0,0000 0.6182
THB Thai baht 100 2.4633 -0,0076 2.4709
TRY Turkish lira 100 4.3138 -0,0057 4.3194
TWD Taiwan dollar 100 2.7214 +0,0164 2.7050
SAR Saudi Riyal 1 0.2162 -0,0003 0.2165

Exchange rate for 1 February 2023

On Wednesday, the british pound (GBP) continued to depreciate with respect to the Euro. Thusly, the BoE has shown an spot exchange rate of 0.8860 Pound for the Euro and of 0.8113 Pound for the American Dollar.

Here are the links to the exchange rate for 1 February 2023 and to exchange rate for 31 January 2023

Spot exchange rates

The average exchange rate in September 2022 for the euro was £0.8737 (pound sterling).

Spot exchange rates represent indicative middle market (mean of spot buying and selling) rates as observed by the Bank's Foreign Exchange Desk in the London interbank market around 4 pm.

Spot rates are applicable to deals executed for settlement two working days later.

If you plan to acquire travel money in a foreign currency, keep in mind that the exchange office rates could be higher.

The Bank of England raised its key rate another 0.5% on September 22nd, 2022, to 2.25%, a smaller hike than economists expected. This is the highest level since November 2008.

BoE exchange rate charts

Exchange rate chart

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