Converting British Pounds into US Dollars in 2017: The best, worst and average Exchange Rates.

Best Exchange Rate: 1.2659 on 01/02/2017

Worst Exchange Rate: 1.205 on 16/01/2017

Mid Exchange Rate: 1.2462 on 15/02/2017


Today's Live Rate: 1 GBP = 1.2440 USD

Best Retail Rate: 1 GBP = 1.2291 USD

Indicative Bank Rate: 1 GBP = 1.2092 USD

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Table of 1 British Pound to US Dollar Exchange Rate for 2017

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Monday 27 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2480 USD
1.2405 USD
1.2438 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 27/02/2017
Sunday 26 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2559 USD
1.2468 USD
1.2520 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 26/02/2017
Saturday 25 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2559 USD
1.2468 USD
1.2520 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 25/02/2017
Friday 24 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2559 USD
1.2468 USD
1.2520 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 24/02/2017
Thursday 23 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2448 USD
1.2557 USD
1.2494 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 23/02/2017
Wednesday 22 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2473 USD
1.2448 USD
1.2471 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 22/02/2017
Tuesday 21 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2466 USD
1.2473 USD
1.2468 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 21/02/2017
Monday 20 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2418 USD
1.2462 USD
1.2444 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 20/02/2017
Sunday 19 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2495 USD
1.2410 USD
1.2438 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 19/02/2017
Saturday 18 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2495 USD
1.2410 USD
1.2438 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 18/02/2017
Friday 17 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2495 USD
1.2410 USD
1.2438 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 17/02/2017
Thursday 16 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2465 USD
1.2492 USD
1.2483 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 16/02/2017
Wednesday 15 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2476 USD
1.2462 USD
1.2439 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 15/02/2017
Tuesday 14 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2524 USD
1.2475 USD
1.2479 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 14/02/2017
Monday 13 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2498 USD
1.2527 USD
1.2519 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 13/02/2017
Sunday 12 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2499 USD
1.2501 USD
1.2476 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 12/02/2017
Saturday 11 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2499 USD
1.2501 USD
1.2476 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 11/02/2017
Friday 10 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2499 USD
1.2501 USD
1.2476 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 10/02/2017
Thursday 9 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2544 USD
1.2502 USD
1.2535 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 09/02/2017
Wednesday 8 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2510 USD
1.2541 USD
1.2516 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 08/02/2017
Tuesday 7 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2480 USD
1.2513 USD
1.2467 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 07/02/2017
Monday 6 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2494 USD
1.2471 USD
1.2477 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 06/02/2017
Sunday 5 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2527 USD
1.2486 USD
1.2497 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 05/02/2017
Saturday 4 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2527 USD
1.2486 USD
1.2497 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 04/02/2017
Friday 3 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2527 USD
1.2486 USD
1.2497 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 03/02/2017
Thursday 2 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2660 USD
1.2529 USD
1.2605 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 02/02/2017
Wednesday 1 February 2017
1 GBP =
1.2582 USD
1.2659 USD
1.2606 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 01/02/2017
Tuesday 31 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2484 USD
1.2582 USD
1.2512 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 31/01/2017
Monday 30 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2593 USD
1.2486 USD
1.2516 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 30/01/2017
Sunday 29 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2599 USD
1.2553 USD
1.2572 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 29/01/2017
Saturday 28 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2599 USD
1.2553 USD
1.2572 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 28/01/2017
Friday 27 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2599 USD
1.2553 USD
1.2572 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 27/01/2017
Thursday 26 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2636 USD
1.2601 USD
1.2599 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 26/01/2017
Wednesday 25 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2518 USD
1.2636 USD
1.2580 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 25/01/2017
Tuesday 24 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2535 USD
1.2522 USD
1.2486 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 24/01/2017
Monday 23 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2384 USD
1.2537 USD
1.2444 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 23/01/2017
Sunday 22 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2341 USD
1.2375 USD
1.2331 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 22/01/2017
Saturday 21 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2341 USD
1.2375 USD
1.2331 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 21/01/2017
Friday 20 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2341 USD
1.2375 USD
1.2331 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 20/01/2017
Thursday 19 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2262 USD
1.2344 USD
1.2302 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 19/01/2017
Wednesday 18 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2407 USD
1.2263 USD
1.2314 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 18/01/2017
Tuesday 17 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2045 USD
1.2411 USD
1.2220 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 17/01/2017
Monday 16 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.1991 USD
1.2050 USD
1.2045 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 16/01/2017
Sunday 15 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2162 USD
1.2187 USD
1.2180 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 15/01/2017
Saturday 14 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2162 USD
1.2187 USD
1.2180 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 14/01/2017
Friday 13 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2162 USD
1.2187 USD
1.2180 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 13/01/2017
Thursday 12 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2208 USD
1.2164 USD
1.2215 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 12/01/2017
Wednesday 11 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2179 USD
1.2211 USD
1.2147 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 11/01/2017
Tuesday 10 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2162 USD
1.2178 USD
1.2152 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 10/01/2017
Monday 9 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2255 USD
1.2165 USD
1.2206 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 09/01/2017
Sunday 8 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2417 USD
1.2290 USD
1.2345 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 08/01/2017
Saturday 7 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2417 USD
1.2290 USD
1.2345 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 07/01/2017
Friday 6 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2417 USD
1.2290 USD
1.2345 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 06/01/2017
Thursday 5 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2324 USD
1.2420 USD
1.2345 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 05/01/2017
Wednesday 4 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2237 USD
1.2324 USD
1.2276 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 04/01/2017
Tuesday 3 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2279 USD
1.2240 USD
1.2269 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 03/01/2017
Monday 2 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2341 USD
1.2280 USD
1.2315 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 02/01/2017
Sunday 1 January 2017
1 GBP =
1.2258 USD
1.2345 USD
1.2302 USD
British Pounds to US Dollars rate for 01/01/2017

Latest British Pound News

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound to Euro Rate Faces Another 'Fundamental Downshift' in Value

27 February, 2017 |

The British Pound has been shaken by the latest news coming out of the ever-shifting political landscape in Britain.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Retailers Say Sales Up But Rising Inflation Makes For Gloomy Future

23 February, 2017 |

A survey of British retailers showed a rise in receipts in February despite increasing cost pressures and an overall pessimistic outlook for the future.

GBP LIVE TODAY

The Pound “Reverts to Mean” as Optical Illusion in GDP Data Catches Traders Out

23 February, 2017 |

Foreign exchange traders may have unnecessarily punished the Pound in the wake of the release of Wednesday’s GDP release and it must therefore recover back to higher levels against the Dollar and Euro we are told.

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound 'Substantially Undervalued' but Must Still Go Lower say SEB

22 February, 2017 |

Analysts at a leading financial services house have confirmed Pound Sterling to be one of the world’s most undervalued currencies at present.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Carney & Co Retain a Cautious Optimism Before Treasury Select Committee

21 February, 2017 |

The Treasury Committee hears from Governor and Chief Economist of the Bank of England, and External Members of the Monetary Policy Committee on its Inflation Report for February.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling Outlook: Brexit Risks Rising Again as EU Pushes for Hard-Landing

20 February, 2017 |

The British Pound sees the data calendar dry this week, which could be a good thing if we consider the string of sub-expectations economic releases seen in mid-month.

GBP LIVE TODAY

UK Retail Sales Data Confirms the Mighty British Consumer is Coming Under Pressure

17 February, 2017 |

"Retail was the beating heart of the UK economy in 2016, so with consumer spending expected to slide in the coming months we could see the Pound push lower against both the Euro and the Dollar."

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Slips on Disappointing Earnings Data

15 February, 2017 |

"Today’s weaker wage data could take the pressure off the Bank of England, hence the decline in UK bond yields this morning, which has also weighed on the Pound."

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound Down as UK Inflation Comes in Below Expectation

14 February, 2017 |

The British Pound faces up to the release of all-important inflation data on Tuesday February 14.

GBP LIVE TODAY

A 'Cheap' Pound has Bumper Day as Brexit Worries Fade Away

13 February, 2017 |

Analysts have been left baffled as to why the British Pound is the best performing currency at the start of the new week.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Spooked Pound Falls and Erases Gains Following Strong Manufacturing + Trade Data Releases

10 February, 2017 |

Pound Sterling exchange rates are likely to be driven by data ahead of the weekend - here are the numbers to look for and the potential foreign exchange reactions.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Let 'Artificially' Low British Pound, Euro and Yen Recover to Avoid Provoking the US into a Trade War: Pimco's Fels

08 February, 2017 |

Joachim Fels, Pimco’s global economic adviser, has suggested the Bank of England is keeping the Pound artificially weak.