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On the 19th June 2014 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 GBP = 173.2 JPY

Close: 1 GBP = 173.703 JPY

Average: 1 GBP = 173.38 JPY

Lowest: 1 GBP = 172.96 JPY

Highest: 1 GBP = 173.8 JPY


Today's Live British Pound into Japanese Yen Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 GBP = 138.3123 JPY

Independent Provider: 1 GBP = 137.3441

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 GBP = 132.8905 JPY

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GBP/JPY Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the British Pound / Japanese Yen exchange rate conversions on the 19th of June compared.

British Pounds into Japanese Yens Japanese Yens into British Pound Date
1 GBP = 173.7030 JPY 0.0058 GBP = 1 JPY on 19/06/2014
5 GBP = 868.5150 JPY 0.0290 GBP = 5 JPY on 19/06/2014
10 GBP = 1,737.0300 JPY 0.0580 GBP = 10 JPY on 19/06/2014
15 GBP = 2,605.5450 JPY 0.0870 GBP = 15 JPY on 19/06/2014
20 GBP = 3,474.0600 JPY 0.1160 GBP = 20 JPY on 19/06/2014
25 GBP = 4,342.5750 JPY 0.1450 GBP = 25 JPY on 19/06/2014
50 GBP = 8,685.1500 JPY 0.2900 GBP = 50 JPY on 19/06/2014
100 GBP = 17,370.3000 JPY 0.5800 GBP = 100 JPY on 19/06/2014
500 GBP = 86,851.5000 JPY 2.9000 GBP = 500 JPY on 19/06/2014
1000 GBP = 173,703.0000 JPY 5.8000 GBP = 1000 JPY on 19/06/2014
2500 GBP = 434,257.5000 JPY 14.5000 GBP = 2500 JPY on 19/06/2014
5000 GBP = 868,515.0000 JPY 29.0000 GBP = 5000 JPY on 19/06/2014
10000 GBP = 1,737,030.0000 JPY 58.0000 GBP = 10000 JPY on 19/06/2014
25000 GBP = 4,342,575.0000 JPY 145.0000 GBP = 25000 JPY on 19/06/2014
50000 GBP = 8,685,150.0000 JPY 290.0000 GBP = 50000 JPY on 19/06/2014
100000 GBP = 17,370,300.0000 JPY 580.0000 GBP = 100000 JPY on 19/06/2014
250000 GBP = 43,425,750.0000 JPY 1,450.0000 GBP = 250000 JPY on 19/06/2014
500000 GBP = 86,851,500.0000 JPY 2,900.0000 GBP = 500000 JPY on 19/06/2014
1000000 GBP = 173,703,000.0000 JPY 5,800.0000 GBP = 1000000 JPY on 19/06/2014

Latest British Pound News

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Pound Sterling "Catchup" Could Extend against Euro and Dollar Following Bank of England says Analyst

07 August, 2020 |

The British Pound received a notable lift in the wake of the release of the Bank of England's statement on monetary policy, and further upside over coming days is possible according to a number of analysts we follow.

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Pound Sterling Up vs. Euro and Dollar in Wake of Bank of England Policy Update

06 August, 2020 |

The British Pound went higher against the Euro, Dollar and other currencies following the release of the Bank of England's August policy statement that revealed the Monetary Policy Committee opted to keep interest rates and quantitative easing unchanged by an unanimous vote, while on balance policy makers struck a decidedly 'less dovish' tone than markets had been expecting.

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Pound Sterling Targets vs. Euro and Dollar on Potential Bank of England Outcomes

05 August, 2020 |

A pessimistic signal would likely lend itself to a weaker Pound, while a more confident assessment that would suggest no further quantitative easing expansions are likely over coming months could contribute to Sterling upside.

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Why Pound Sterling is Falling against the Euro and Dollar in Early August (the S&P 500 is the Clue)

05 August, 2020 |

The British Pound stormed higher at the end of July but has fizzled out in early August and is at risk of relinquishing the advance, for no obvious reason.

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More Pound Sterling Upside Ahead against Euro and Dollar says Citi

04 August, 2020 |

A tactical shift to backing the British Pound during July appears to have paid off for strategists at Citibank, the world's largest dealer of foreign exchange.

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Pound Sterling Looks to Extend Recent Strength against Euro and Dollar, EU-UK Brexit Deal Pessimism Looks Misplaced

03 August, 2020 |

The British Pound was the best performing major currency of the past week, with gains coming amidst a combination of better than expected domestic economic data, an ongoing global stock market recovery and expectations for an EU-UK trade deal to be agreed by October.

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Pound Sterling Strength against Euro & Dollar Leaves Analysts Perplexed

31 July, 2020 |

The British Pound has rallied strongly against the Euro, Dollar and all of its major peers over the course of the week, a move that has come despite falling stock markets and a distinct lack of headlines on Brexit and has left foreign exchange analysts scratching their heads as to the reasons behind the outperformance.

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Pound Sterling Forecasts Slashed at Bank of America

30 July, 2020 |

Foreign exchange analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research have issued fresh downgrades to their British Pound forecasts, saying the economy is on the cusp of another major reset in the face of the dual shocks of covid and Brexit.

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Pound Sterling tops the Charts, Barnier says he Remains Confident a Trade Deal will be Agreed

29 July, 2020 |

The British Pound enters mid-week trade as the top-performing major currency of the past 24 hours, advancing against all its peers amidst an ongoing recalibration of global FX markets that saw an overbought Euro pare gains and an out-of-favour Dollar shrink back further.

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British Pound Strikes Four-Month High against Dollar

27 July, 2020 |

The British Pound has rallied to reach a four-and-a-half-month high against the U.S. Dollar on Monday after the GBP/USD exchange rate hit 1.2859 amidst an ongoing rout of the U.S. Dollar.

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Pound Registers Gains Aided by Strong PMI Rebound

24 July, 2020 |

The Pound was vying with the Euro in a kneck-and-kneck race for third place in the week's major currency league table Friday after economic data challenged the popular perception of a UK economy lagging behind continental peers.

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Brexit Trade Negotiations Deadlocked, "Skinny" Trade Deal Most Likely Outcome

23 July, 2020 |

tra Pound Sterling slipped deeper into the red against most major rivals Thursday after Brexit negotiators confirmed that no progress has been made in the pursuit of a UK-EU trade deal after both sides doubled down behind their respective red lines, risking further underperformance for the British currency.