On the 8th September 2017 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 GBP = 1.587 CAD

Close: 1 GBP = 1.6039 CAD

Average: 1 GBP = 1.5941 CAD

Lowest: 1 GBP = 1.5835 CAD

Highest: 1 GBP = 1.6046 CAD

Today's Live British Pound into Canadian Dollar Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 GBP = 1.7217 CAD

Independent Provider: 1 GBP = 1.7096

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 GBP = 1.6542 CAD

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GBP/CAD Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the British Pound / Canadian Dollar exchange rate conversions on the 8th of September compared.

British Pounds into Canadian Dollars Canadian Dollars into British Pound Date
1 GBP = 1.6039 CAD 0.6235 GBP = 1 CAD on 08/09/2017
5 GBP = 8.0195 CAD 3.1175 GBP = 5 CAD on 08/09/2017
10 GBP = 16.0390 CAD 6.2350 GBP = 10 CAD on 08/09/2017
15 GBP = 24.0585 CAD 9.3525 GBP = 15 CAD on 08/09/2017
20 GBP = 32.0780 CAD 12.4700 GBP = 20 CAD on 08/09/2017
25 GBP = 40.0975 CAD 15.5875 GBP = 25 CAD on 08/09/2017
50 GBP = 80.1950 CAD 31.1750 GBP = 50 CAD on 08/09/2017
100 GBP = 160.3900 CAD 62.3500 GBP = 100 CAD on 08/09/2017
500 GBP = 801.9500 CAD 311.7500 GBP = 500 CAD on 08/09/2017
1000 GBP = 1,603.9000 CAD 623.5000 GBP = 1000 CAD on 08/09/2017
2500 GBP = 4,009.7500 CAD 1,558.7500 GBP = 2500 CAD on 08/09/2017
5000 GBP = 8,019.5000 CAD 3,117.5000 GBP = 5000 CAD on 08/09/2017
10000 GBP = 16,039.0000 CAD 6,235.0000 GBP = 10000 CAD on 08/09/2017
25000 GBP = 40,097.5000 CAD 15,587.5000 GBP = 25000 CAD on 08/09/2017
50000 GBP = 80,195.0000 CAD 31,175.0000 GBP = 50000 CAD on 08/09/2017
100000 GBP = 160,390.0000 CAD 62,350.0000 GBP = 100000 CAD on 08/09/2017
250000 GBP = 400,975.0000 CAD 155,875.0000 GBP = 250000 CAD on 08/09/2017
500000 GBP = 801,950.0000 CAD 311,750.0000 GBP = 500000 CAD on 08/09/2017
1000000 GBP = 1,603,900.0000 CAD 623,500.0000 GBP = 1000000 CAD on 08/09/2017

Latest British Pound News


Pound Sterling above Key Levels vs. Euro and Dollar but Trade Negotiation Headlines to Attract Focus this Week

17 February, 2020 |

The British Pound trades above the psychologically significant 1.20 level against the Euro and 1.30 against the U.S. Dollar at the start of the new week, however we expect negative headlines on the matter of trade negotiations to keep the UK currency's upside potential capped this week.


Pound Sterling Marches Higher against Euro and Dollar, Cabinet Reshuffle & Coronavirus Stresses form Day's Highlight

13 February, 2020 |

Pound Sterling looks well poised to advance against the Euro, U.S. Dollar and other major currencies in the short-term, with foreign exchange market focus on Thursday tipped to fall on a reshuffle of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet.


British Pound Outlook Could be Sweetened With Brexit Fudge by Year-end, Capital Economics Says

12 February, 2020 |

The British Pound faces another rollercoaster ride this year as the Brexit saga opens a new chapter but it's still likely to recover further from the lows seen in 2019 and the outlook could even be sweetened with Brexit "fudge" by year-end, according to forecasts from Capital Economics.


Pound Sterling Forecast to Remain Supported vs. Dollar & Euro as Investors Eye Increase Govt. Spending

12 February, 2020 |

The government's announcement that the HS2 high-speed rail project will go ahead has confirmed the UK could be on the cusp of a fiscal stimulus, that could ultimately provide a solid base of support for the British Pound in the first half of 2020.


Economic Growth Figures Beat Expectations, Underpins British Pound's Gains against Euro and Dollar

11 February, 2020 |

Pound Sterling was bid higher on Tuesday, Feb. 11 on the back of new data that showed the UK economy grew in December, while quarterly data showed the economy stagnated at 0% in the final quarter of 2019.


"Oversold" Pound Sterling finds Buying Interest

11 February, 2020 |

It was a sea of green for the British Pound on the global currency performance board at the start of the new week as it rallied against the majority of its peers and confirmed that while there is much anxiety over looming trade negotiations, the currency continues to offer value on any dips.


Pound Sterling Firms vs. Euro and Dollar at Start of New Week, Fears of Trade Talks Collapse to Keep Upside Restricted

10 February, 2020 |

Weekend reports that EU-UK trade negotiations could crash "within months" should ensure the British Pound maintains a soft tone over coming days.


Pound Sterling Rallies into the Weekend vs. Euro and U.S. Dollar

07 February, 2020 |

The British Pound was bid higher ahead of the weekend, reclaiming the contested 1.18 level against the Euro but while starting an attempt to scrape itself off a 6-week floor against the Dollar.


British Pound Breaking Down against Euro & Dollar in Wake of MiFID Headlines

06 February, 2020 |

The British Pound came under pressure against the Euro, Dollar and other major currencies in the wake of headlines showing the EU would seek to impose tougher financial regulations on the City of London in upcoming trade negotiations.


Pound Sterling Sell-Off "Overdone", Back above Key Levels vs. Euro and Dollar

05 February, 2020 |

The British Pound has been regaining its composure following a sharp slide at the start of the week, with the currency ticking back above 1.18 against the Euro and holding the support zone of 1.30 against the Dollar.


Pound Sterling Steadies after Sharp Declines, Analysts Hold Downside Bias against Euro and Dollar

04 February, 2020 |

The British Pound sold off sharply on the first trading day of February, with analysts citing position squaring, a reversal of positive month-end flows and political developments surrounding EU-UK trade negotiations for the move. We consider the outlook following the sharp declines.


Pound Sterling in the Red. vs Euro and Dollar in Wake of Johnson & Barnier Speeches

03 February, 2020 |

The British Pound traded with a softer tone at the start of the new week; while the currency is still holding towards the upper end of recent ranges against a host of currencies, there will be some caution heading into a major speech on EU-UK trade due to be delivered by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.