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On the 5th October 2017 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 GBP = 149.276 JPY

Close: 1 GBP = 147.863 JPY

Average: 1 GBP = 148.5615 JPY

Lowest: 1 GBP = 147.68 JPY

Highest: 1 GBP = 149.443 JPY


Today's Live British Pound into Japanese Yen Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 GBP = 145.0290 JPY

Independent Provider: 1 GBP = 143.2887 JPY

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 GBP = 140.9682 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 5th of October compared.

British Pounds into Japanese Yens Japanese Yens into British Pound Date
1 GBP = 147.8630 JPY 0.0068 GBP = 1 JPY on 05/10/2017
5 GBP = 739.3150 JPY 0.0340 GBP = 5 JPY on 05/10/2017
10 GBP = 1,478.6300 JPY 0.0680 GBP = 10 JPY on 05/10/2017
15 GBP = 2,217.9450 JPY 0.1020 GBP = 15 JPY on 05/10/2017
20 GBP = 2,957.2600 JPY 0.1360 GBP = 20 JPY on 05/10/2017
25 GBP = 3,696.5750 JPY 0.1700 GBP = 25 JPY on 05/10/2017
50 GBP = 7,393.1500 JPY 0.3400 GBP = 50 JPY on 05/10/2017
100 GBP = 14,786.3000 JPY 0.6800 GBP = 100 JPY on 05/10/2017
500 GBP = 73,931.5000 JPY 3.4000 GBP = 500 JPY on 05/10/2017
1000 GBP = 147,863.0000 JPY 6.8000 GBP = 1000 JPY on 05/10/2017
2500 GBP = 369,657.5000 JPY 17.0000 GBP = 2500 JPY on 05/10/2017
5000 GBP = 739,315.0000 JPY 34.0000 GBP = 5000 JPY on 05/10/2017
10000 GBP = 1,478,630.0000 JPY 68.0000 GBP = 10000 JPY on 05/10/2017
25000 GBP = 3,696,575.0000 JPY 170.0000 GBP = 25000 JPY on 05/10/2017
50000 GBP = 7,393,150.0000 JPY 340.0000 GBP = 50000 JPY on 05/10/2017
100000 GBP = 14,786,300.0000 JPY 680.0000 GBP = 100000 JPY on 05/10/2017
250000 GBP = 36,965,750.0000 JPY 1,700.0000 GBP = 250000 JPY on 05/10/2017
500000 GBP = 73,931,500.0000 JPY 3,400.0000 GBP = 500000 JPY on 05/10/2017
1000000 GBP = 147,863,000.0000 JPY 6,800.0000 GBP = 1000000 JPY on 05/10/2017

Latest British Pound News

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling "on Edge" Heading into Mid-week's Crunch Brexit Bill Debate

18 June, 2018 |

A heads-up to those watching the value of Sterling closely: There is some element of political risk at the start of the new week.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling Spikes Higher after UK Retail Sales Growth Hits Post-Brexit High

14 June, 2018 |

The Pound surged higher on Thursday as trader responded to Office for National Statistics data showing UK retail sales rising at a rapid pace for the second consecutive month in May, suggesting the economy may finally be recovering from its first-quarter slump and helping support expectations of a Bank of England interest rate rise in August.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling Still at Threat from Parliamentary Moves Government Brexit Strategy

13 June, 2018 |

The Pound won a moment's respite late Tuesday when MP's rejected the so called "meaningful vote" amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill, which seemingly kicks any threat to the stability of the government out into the long grass, but the next challenge to Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership and the government is already looming over Sterling.

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound Sinks Deeper into the Red as Lower Inflation Muddies Bank of England Outlook

13 June, 2018 |

The Pound fell broadly during early trading Wednesday after Office for National Statistics data showed the consumer price index stabilising at its lowest level since March 2017 during May, despite a sharp rise oil and energy prices during the 2018 year to date. 

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound Rises after UK Unemployment Holds Lowest Level Since 1975 but PM May's Brexit Test Looms

12 June, 2018 |

Pound Sterling erased earlier losses and advanced against the developed world currency basket Tuesday after the latest labour market report showed the UK economy continuing to create new jobs at a rapid clip in April, keeping the unemployment rate at a multi-decade low. 

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound Slides after UK Manufacturing, Industrial Data Miss the Spot for April

11 June, 2018 |

The Pound reversed course and slipped lower early in the Monday session after Office for National Statistics data showed UK manufacturing production contracting for the second consecutive month in April, while the UK's goods trade balance widened much faster than was expected, marking a poor start to the second quarter for UK industry.

GBP LIVE TODAY

The British Pound Falls after Barnier Makes Bid for Northern Irish Sea Border

08 June, 2018 |

The Pound fell during the noon session Friday after European Union negotiator Michel Barnier appeared to suggest Brussels may seek a Brexit customs arrangement that places a border between the province of Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, throwing Prime Minister Theresa May a fresh curveball. 

GBP LIVE TODAY

Ramsden Steadies Pound Sterling by Signalling a Readiness to Raise Interest Rates

08 June, 2018 |

Pound exchange rates are looking more assured heading into the weekend thanks to an intervention by the BoE's Ramden.

GBP LIVE TODAY

British Pound in a "Rather Precarious Position" this June as it Loses Safe-Haven Appeal

08 June, 2018 |

The Pound is in a precarious position this June as the Brexit negotiations approach another pivotal moment, according to strategists at J.P. Morgan, who argue the currency has now lost its safe-haven allure and may fare poorly in the weeks ahead.

GBP LIVE TODAY

The Pound Zig-Zags as May Yields to Davis on Customs Backstop: Brexit Intrigue is Back for Sterling

07 June, 2018 |

The Pound is back to trading rumours and headlines surrounding Brexit and we have seen the currency move higher and lower in response to the news coming out of 10 Downing Street today.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound / Singapore Dollar X-Rate Shifting from Bearish to Neutral

06 June, 2018 |

The Pound is on a rebound against both major G10 and Asian currencies and Singapore-based UOB reckon GBP/SGD is in the process of bottoming.

GBP LIVE TODAY

Pound Sterling on a Knife-Edge as Hard Brexit Camp Reach "Put up, or Shut up" Moment

06 June, 2018 |

"The scope for the Pound to rebound in the near-term is likely to remain capped by unfavourable Brexit developments in the month ahead." - MUFG.