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On the 21st September 2017 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 GBP = 151.797 JPY

Close: 1 GBP = 152.686 JPY

Average: 1 GBP = 152.1615 JPY

Lowest: 1 GBP = 151.469 JPY

Highest: 1 GBP = 152.854 JPY


Today's Live British Pound into Japanese Yen Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 GBP = 142.6455 JPY

Independent Provider: 1 GBP = 140.9338 JPY

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 GBP = 138.6514 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 21st of September compared.

British Pounds into Japanese Yens Japanese Yens into British Pound Date
1 GBP = 152.6860 JPY 0.0065 GBP = 1 JPY on 21/09/2017
5 GBP = 763.4300 JPY 0.0325 GBP = 5 JPY on 21/09/2017
10 GBP = 1,526.8600 JPY 0.0650 GBP = 10 JPY on 21/09/2017
15 GBP = 2,290.2900 JPY 0.0975 GBP = 15 JPY on 21/09/2017
20 GBP = 3,053.7200 JPY 0.1300 GBP = 20 JPY on 21/09/2017
25 GBP = 3,817.1500 JPY 0.1625 GBP = 25 JPY on 21/09/2017
50 GBP = 7,634.3000 JPY 0.3250 GBP = 50 JPY on 21/09/2017
100 GBP = 15,268.6000 JPY 0.6500 GBP = 100 JPY on 21/09/2017
500 GBP = 76,343.0000 JPY 3.2500 GBP = 500 JPY on 21/09/2017
1000 GBP = 152,686.0000 JPY 6.5000 GBP = 1000 JPY on 21/09/2017
2500 GBP = 381,715.0000 JPY 16.2500 GBP = 2500 JPY on 21/09/2017
5000 GBP = 763,430.0000 JPY 32.5000 GBP = 5000 JPY on 21/09/2017
10000 GBP = 1,526,860.0000 JPY 65.0000 GBP = 10000 JPY on 21/09/2017
25000 GBP = 3,817,150.0000 JPY 162.5000 GBP = 25000 JPY on 21/09/2017
50000 GBP = 7,634,300.0000 JPY 325.0000 GBP = 50000 JPY on 21/09/2017
100000 GBP = 15,268,600.0000 JPY 650.0000 GBP = 100000 JPY on 21/09/2017
250000 GBP = 38,171,500.0000 JPY 1,625.0000 GBP = 250000 JPY on 21/09/2017
500000 GBP = 76,343,000.0000 JPY 3,250.0000 GBP = 500000 JPY on 21/09/2017
1000000 GBP = 152,686,000.0000 JPY 6,500.0000 GBP = 1000000 JPY on 21/09/2017

Latest British Pound News

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound Sags after Data Shows Economy Headed for Worst Year Since Crisis amid Parliamentary Brexit Threat to Currency

10 December, 2018 |

The Pound was steady in the wake of October's GDP data, which showed the economy limping along in the final quarter, at the beginning of a week that promises to be dominated by events in Westminster as the Brexit soap opera enters a new chapter.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Monday AM: GBP Data Dump | USD: Slowdown Fears | EUR: Solid, ECB Ahead | AUD and CAD: Housing Market Data | NZD: Retail Numbers Ahead

10 December, 2018 |

It's actually quite hard to read the markets: We have Europe likely to start in the green, but Asia is in the red.

GBP LIVE TODAY

BofAML 'Constructive' on Sterling vs. Euro and Dollar in 2019

07 December, 2018 |

The Pound will rise by almost eight percent against the Dollar before the UK leaves the European Union, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, who say the currency offers investors a unique opportunity at the moment. 

GBP LIVE TODAY

Odds of no-Brexit has Doubled say JP Morgan

06 December, 2018 |

The probability of the UK remaining in the EU has now doubled to 40%, the highest it has been since the referendum, say analysts at investment bank JP Morgan, offering a fundamental view that supports the formation of a technical floor we see forming under the Pound.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Upside Potential for British Pound Building: RBC Capital

06 December, 2018 |

The Pound will have to endure a volatile December that could yet result in punishing losses if things go the wrong way for the government but the overall risk for Sterling is now tilting toward the upside, according to RBC Capital Markets. 

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling eyes Rising no-Brexit Chances Following Parliamentary Manoeuvres

05 December, 2018 |

Pound Sterling could be protected from significant weakness over coming days and weeks on moves by parliamentarians to prevent a 'no deal' Brexit taking place in March 2019, however we expect the currency to maintain a soft undertone ahead of the key December 11 Brexit vote.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Bank of England Stand by View Pound Sterling Can Suffer Deep Falls on Disruptive Brexit

04 December, 2018 |

Bank of England policy makers have stood by analysis suggesting the British Pound is at risk of losing substantial ground in the event of a disruptive 'no deal' Brexit taking place in 2019.

GBP LIVE TODAY

UK Can Unilaterally Abandon Brexit says EU Advocate General, News sees Pound Sterling Recover from Near Multi-Week Lows vs. Euro and Dollar

04 December, 2018 |

The Pound is beset by chronic uncertainty with investors unsure of what will come following the anticipated defeat of the Brexit deal with the UK's most senior Brexit minister Stephen Barclay saying there is no plan in place if the government fails to pass the bill.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling "Worst Currency to Hold" into Year-End, Takes a Hammering vs. Dollar and Euro as Market Gears up for Brexit Bill Failure

03 December, 2018 |

Pound Sterling is seen under heavy selling pressure at the start of the new week amidst with traders shedding exposure to the currency ahead of the December 11 Brexit deal vote in the House of Commons.

GBP LIVE TODAY

UK Manufacturing PMI Beats Expectations thanks to Strong Domestic Demand

03 December, 2018 |

The Pound underperformed rivals Monday even after November's IHS Markit manufacturing PMI surprised on the upside, as concerns about the latest developments in the Brexit saga weighed on the British currency.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Chronic Uncertainty to Weigh on Pound Sterling in 2019 as Brexit is Delayed: Handelsbanken

03 December, 2018 |

A delay to the deadline for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU is now a highly likely Brexit scenario given fierce opposition to the government’s deal, says Handelsbanken, and this will keep Sterling under pressure during 2019.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling to Hit Historic Lows against Euro and Dollar before March says Leading FX Analyst

30 November, 2018 |

The Pound will hit historic lows against both the Euro and Dollar before March, according to analysts at MUFG, because Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposal looks almost certain to be rejected by parliament.