On the 13th December 2019 the spot inter-bank market saw:

Open: 1 GBP = 12.5895 SEK

Close: 1 GBP = 12.5206 SEK

Average: 1 GBP = 12.5392 SEK

Lowest: 1 GBP = 12.4549 SEK

Highest: 1 GBP = 12.6235 SEK

Today's Live British Pound into Swedish Krona Exchange Rate

Spot: 1 GBP = 11.5646 SEK

Independent Provider: 1 GBP = 11.4836

Avge. UK Bank International Payment: 1 GBP = 11.1113 SEK

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GBP/SEK Conversion Table History

See below quick comparision table showing how the most popular currency requirements for the British Pound / Swedish Krona exchange rate conversions on the 13th of December compared.

British Pounds into Swedish Kronas Swedish Kronas into British Pound Date
1 GBP = 12.5206 SEK 0.0799 GBP = 1 SEK on 13/12/2019
5 GBP = 62.6030 SEK 0.3995 GBP = 5 SEK on 13/12/2019
10 GBP = 125.2060 SEK 0.7990 GBP = 10 SEK on 13/12/2019
15 GBP = 187.8090 SEK 1.1985 GBP = 15 SEK on 13/12/2019
20 GBP = 250.4120 SEK 1.5980 GBP = 20 SEK on 13/12/2019
25 GBP = 313.0150 SEK 1.9975 GBP = 25 SEK on 13/12/2019
50 GBP = 626.0300 SEK 3.9950 GBP = 50 SEK on 13/12/2019
100 GBP = 1,252.0600 SEK 7.9900 GBP = 100 SEK on 13/12/2019
500 GBP = 6,260.3000 SEK 39.9500 GBP = 500 SEK on 13/12/2019
1000 GBP = 12,520.6000 SEK 79.9000 GBP = 1000 SEK on 13/12/2019
2500 GBP = 31,301.5000 SEK 199.7500 GBP = 2500 SEK on 13/12/2019
5000 GBP = 62,603.0000 SEK 399.5000 GBP = 5000 SEK on 13/12/2019
10000 GBP = 125,206.0000 SEK 799.0000 GBP = 10000 SEK on 13/12/2019
25000 GBP = 313,015.0000 SEK 1,997.5000 GBP = 25000 SEK on 13/12/2019
50000 GBP = 626,030.0000 SEK 3,995.0000 GBP = 50000 SEK on 13/12/2019
100000 GBP = 1,252,060.0000 SEK 7,990.0000 GBP = 100000 SEK on 13/12/2019
250000 GBP = 3,130,150.0000 SEK 19,975.0000 GBP = 250000 SEK on 13/12/2019
500000 GBP = 6,260,300.0000 SEK 39,950.0000 GBP = 500000 SEK on 13/12/2019
1000000 GBP = 12,520,600.0000 SEK 79,900.0000 GBP = 1000000 SEK on 13/12/2019

Latest British Pound News


Bailey Blunts Pound Sterling's Recovery against Euro and Dollar, Anxieties Build Ahead of Brexit Update

30 September, 2020 |

The British Pound's recovery against the Euro, Dollar and other major currencies was stopped after markets reacted to comments by Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey on the prospect of UK interest rates turning negative in the future, while a looming update on Brexit trade negotiations will increase nerves.


Analysts Question Pound Sterling's Jump against the Euro and Dollar

29 September, 2020 |

The British Pound has already this week recovered back above 1.10 against the Euro and above 1.28 against the U.S. Dollar as investors increase expectations for a post-brexit trade deal to be agreed over coming weeks, although progress towards an agreement is unlikely to be smooth which has left numerous foreign exchange analysts questioning the Pound's recent resilience.


Pound Sterling in Firm Start against Euro and Dollar as Brexit Talks Head for Final Showdown

28 September, 2020 |

The British Pound is trading higher against the Euro, Dollar and other major currencies at the start of the new week amidst improved sentiment to the outcome of Brexit trade negotiations, which are due to end this week with a Thursday post-negotiating briefing likely to be a highlight.


British Pound: A Wild West of the Currency Market as “Dreadful Liquidity” Presides Over Brexit

25 September, 2020 |

The Pound was the third best performing major currency for the week on Friday and despite an inhospitable environment for risk assets, but price action could get wilder in the weeks ahead if currently “dreadful liquidity”conditions and the final quarter’s Brexit deadlines collide. 


Pound Sterling Supported against Euro and Dollar on Brexit Progress and Fresh Fiscal Support from the Treasury

24 September, 2020 |

Reports of progress being made in ongoing Brexit trade negotiations and the announcement of further fiscal support measures by the Government have aided a recovery in the British Pound against the Euro, Dollar and other major currencies.


Respite for Pound Sterling after Bailey Pushes Back on Negative Interest Rates

22 September, 2020 |

Bank of England's Governor Andrew Bailey has downplayed the prospect of negative interest rates in the future as he sought to downplay the market's rising expectations for future interest rate cuts, an intervention that appears to have offered some support to the British Pound.


Pound Sterling to Retain Soft Bias against Euro and Dollar as Fresh Covid-19 Restrictions Tipped to Slow Economic Recovery

22 September, 2020 |

The British Pound retains a soft bias ahead of the announcement of fresh restrictions in the UK aimed at stemming the spread of covid-19, as well as falling global stock markets and persistent Brexit anxieties.


Pound Sterling Hit by Bank Stock Meltdown & Fears of Fresh Covid-19 Restrictions, Investors Buy Euros and Dollar

21 September, 2020 |

The British Pound fell sharply at the start of the new week as a global stock market sell-off signalled a substantive shift in the mood amongst investors, creating the perfect background settings for weakness in the risk-sensitive Pound.


'Undervalued' Pound Sterling can Advance vs. Euro & Dollar Near-term says Goldman Sachs, but Longer-term Challenges Ahead

21 September, 2020 |

"Short-term value, longer-term uncertainty," is how analysts at Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs describe the Pound's current valuations.


Pound Sterling Slides into Weekend

18 September, 2020 |

The Pound went from hero to zero on Friday as government actions on both sides of the Atlantic served to undermine fragile investor confidence, sending stock markets and risk currencies tumbling ahead of the weekend. 


Pound Sterling Fights to Hold a Weekly Gain against Euro and Dollar

18 September, 2020 |

The British Pound is on course to record a weekly gain against the Euro, U.S. Dollar, Australian Dollar and a host of other major currencies after the EU Commission President offered supportive words on Thursday that unwound the deep losses triggered by the Bank of England.


Pound Sterling Jumps on von der Leyen Comments on a Day of Heightened Volatility

17 September, 2020 |

It's been a volatile day for the British Pound after it fell on the Bank of England's September policy event to then shoot higher hours later on comments made by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, who said she remains "convinced" an EU-UK trade deal is still possible.