MENU
Pound Sterling-Canadian Dollar Exchange Rate: 1.6992 (-0%) Charts
Canadian Dollar-Pound Sterling Exchange Rate: 0.5883 Charts

Canadian Dollar to Advance on Sterling Again This Year, Desjardins Forecasts

Canadian Dollar to Advance on Sterling Again This Year, Desjardins Forecasts


The Pound-to-Canadian-Dollar rate has already seen the steepest losses of all British currency pairs but it's likely to fall even further in the months ahead as Europe largely sits out a global currency riposte to the U.S. Dollar, according to…

Key Statistics
Live GBP/CAD Exchange Rate: 1.6992
Daily Change: -0.0028%
Opening Rate: 1.6988
Today's Low: 1.6988
Today's High: 1.6992
Low of the Past Year: 1.5751 (12-08-2019)
High of the Past Year : 1.7792 (13-12-2019)
Relative Performace
1 Day
1 Week
1 Month
This Year
Past Year
5 Years
10 Years

vs G10

vs Next 10

Loading

* 1 Week = past 5 trading days, 1 Month = past 20 trading days, This Year = 2020, Past Year = Past 365 Days

Click Here for More CAD Pairs

Click for EUR | USD | AUD | NZD | CAD | JPY | ZAR | SEK | NOK | CHF

All CAD News

Pound-Canadian Dollar Rate Week Ahead Forecast: Downside Bias Tipped to Persist

  • Written by James Skinner

The Pound-to-Canadian-Dollar rate clung to a minor fraction of its earlier gains at the close Friday but is again under increasing pressure from a resilient Loonie that's been bolstered by the joint-highest interest rate in the developed world, although price action will be driven more from the Sterling side of the equation in the coming days.

Read more ...

Canadian Dollar Retreats, Now at Key Crossroads

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar is at a crossroad from which it could head in either direction although local analysts say this week's price action will be key to the medium-term outlook for the Loonie, which rose against Pound Sterling and most other major rivals Tuesday.

Read more ...

Canadian Dollar Humbled in Holiday Trade as Economic Worries Linger

  • Written by James Skinner

The Canadian Dollar has been humbled this holiday week with prior advances against the U.S. Dollar and Pound Sterling brought to a halt after weakness in the consumer sector helped drive the economy to a surprise October contraction, likely stirring unease at the Bank of Canada (BoC)

Read more ...

Sirelo banner