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

Best Exchange Rate: 0.8299 on 16/01/2017

Worst Exchange Rate: 0.8052 on 05/01/2017

Mid Exchange Rate: 0.8144 on 02/01/2017


Today's Live Rate: 1 USD = 0.8080 GBP

Best Retail Rate: 1 USD = 0.8023 GBP

Indicative Bank Rate: 1 USD = 0.7763 GBP

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

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Friday 20 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8103 GBP
0.8081 GBP
0.8110 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 20/01/2017
Thursday 19 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8155 GBP
0.8101 GBP
0.8129 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 19/01/2017
Wednesday 18 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8060 GBP
0.8155 GBP
0.8122 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 18/01/2017
Tuesday 17 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8302 GBP
0.8058 GBP
0.8184 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 17/01/2017
Monday 16 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8340 GBP
0.8299 GBP
0.8303 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 16/01/2017
Sunday 15 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8222 GBP
0.8205 GBP
0.8210 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 15/01/2017
Saturday 14 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8222 GBP
0.8205 GBP
0.8210 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 14/01/2017
Friday 13 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8222 GBP
0.8205 GBP
0.8210 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 13/01/2017
Thursday 12 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8191 GBP
0.8221 GBP
0.8187 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 12/01/2017
Wednesday 11 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8211 GBP
0.8189 GBP
0.8233 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 11/01/2017
Tuesday 10 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8222 GBP
0.8211 GBP
0.8229 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 10/01/2017
Monday 9 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8160 GBP
0.8220 GBP
0.8193 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 09/01/2017
Sunday 8 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8053 GBP
0.8136 GBP
0.8101 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 08/01/2017
Saturday 7 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8053 GBP
0.8136 GBP
0.8101 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 07/01/2017
Friday 6 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8053 GBP
0.8136 GBP
0.8101 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 06/01/2017
Thursday 5 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8114 GBP
0.8052 GBP
0.8101 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 05/01/2017
Wednesday 4 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8172 GBP
0.8115 GBP
0.8147 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 04/01/2017
Tuesday 3 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8144 GBP
0.8170 GBP
0.8151 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 03/01/2017
Monday 2 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8103 GBP
0.8144 GBP
0.8121 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 02/01/2017
Sunday 1 January 2017
1 USD =
0.8158 GBP
0.8101 GBP
0.8129 GBP
US Dollars to British Pounds rate for 01/01/2017

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