Best Australian Dollar / British Pound Exchange Rate Today: 0.5589 (2023)

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Live rate: 1 AUD = 0.5589 GBP

Inverted: 1 GBP = 1.7892 AUD

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Best Australian Dollar / British Pound Exchange Rate Today: 0.5589 (4)0.5539 00.5539Holiday FX, Cash DeliveryA specialist alternative to banks, bureau de change & the Post Office for clients seeking competitive currency exchange rates. A multiple award-winning company, offering free delivery (over £700.00 , no commission charges, payment by Debit Card or Bank Transfer and typically offering the best exchange rates available.

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Best Australian Dollar / British Pound Exchange Rate Today: 0.5589 (5)
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Best Australian Dollar / British Pound Exchange Rate Today: 0.5589 (6)
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January - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5378

Close: 0.5377

Mid: 0.5378

2

Open: 0.5377

Close: 0.5376

Mid: 0.5394

3

Open: 0.5375

Close: 0.5338

Mid: 0.5361

4

Open: 0.5338

Close: 0.5352

Mid: 0.5348

5

Open: 0.5351

Close: 0.5327

Mid: 0.5345

6

Open: 0.5327

Close: 0.5294

Mid: 0.5309

7

Open: 0.5293

Close: 0.5282

Mid: 0.5285

8

Open: 0.5283

Close: 0.5285

Mid: 0.5284

9

Open: 0.5285

Close: 0.5282

Mid: 0.5301

10

Open: 0.5282

Close: 0.5288

Mid: 0.5291

11

Open: 0.5288

Close: 0.5289

Mid: 0.5286

12

Open: 0.5289

Close: 0.5313

Mid: 0.5304

13

Open: 0.5313

Close: 0.5310

Mid: 0.5315

14

Open: 0.5310

Close: 0.5278

Mid: 0.5290

15

Open: 0.5278

Close: 0.5291

Mid: 0.5285

16

Open: 0.5291

Close: 0.5278

Mid: 0.5292

17

Open: 0.5278

Close: 0.5284

Mid: 0.5284

18

Open: 0.5284

Close: 0.5285

Mid: 0.5284

19

Open: 0.5286

Close: 0.5303

Mid: 0.5294

20

Open: 0.5303

Close: 0.5307

Mid: 0.5316

21

Open: 0.5308

Close: 0.5318

Mid: 0.5303

22

Open: 0.5317

Close: 0.5317

Mid: 0.5318

23

Open: 0.5317

Close: 0.5303

Mid: 0.5306

24

Open: 0.5303

Close: 0.5305

Mid: 0.5290

25

Open: 0.5304

Close: 0.5299

Mid: 0.5314

26

Open: 0.5300

Close: 0.5288

Mid: 0.5296

27

Open: 0.5288

Close: 0.5256

Mid: 0.5272

28

Open: 0.5257

Close: 0.5224

Mid: 0.5242

29

Open: 0.5224

Close: 0.5242

Mid: 0.5233

30

Open: 0.5242

Close: 0.5220

Mid: 0.5229

31

Open: 0.5221

Close: 0.5257

Mid: 0.5247

February - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5257

Close: 0.5275

Mid: 0.5263

2

Open: 0.5275

Close: 0.5250

Mid: 0.5267

3

Open: 0.5250

Close: 0.5253

Mid: 0.5246

4

Open: 0.5253

Close: 0.5274

Mid: 0.5249

5

Open: 0.5274

Close: 0.5245

Mid: 0.5260

6

Open: 0.5245

Close: 0.5232

Mid: 0.5249

7

Open: 0.5232

Close: 0.5266

Mid: 0.5254

8

Open: 0.5265

Close: 0.5275

Mid: 0.5269

9

Open: 0.5275

Close: 0.5304

Mid: 0.5292

10

Open: 0.5304

Close: 0.5285

Mid: 0.5299

11

Open: 0.5286

Close: 0.5345

Mid: 0.5310

12

Open: 0.5294

Close: 0.5266

Mid: 0.5306

13

Open: 0.5266

Close: 0.5267

Mid: 0.5274

14

Open: 0.5265

Close: 0.5271

Mid: 0.5274

15

Open: 0.5271

Close: 0.5280

Mid: 0.5275

16

Open: 0.5280

Close: 0.5297

Mid: 0.5294

17

Open: 0.5296

Close: 0.5280

Mid: 0.5293

18

Open: 0.5279

Close: 0.5283

Mid: 0.5289

19

Open: 0.5283

Close: 0.5283

Mid: 0.5289

20

Open: 0.5283

Close: 0.5277

Mid: 0.5284

21

Open: 0.5277

Close: 0.5286

Mid: 0.5290

22

Open: 0.5285

Close: 0.5318

Mid: 0.5310

23

Open: 0.5319

Close: 0.5336

Mid: 0.5335

24

Open: 0.5337

Close: 0.5356

Mid: 0.5344

25

Open: 0.5355

Close: 0.5445

Mid: 0.5395

26

Open: 0.5405

Close: 0.5360

Mid: 0.5403

27

Open: 0.5360

Close: 0.5375

Mid: 0.5395

28

Open: 0.5374

Close: 0.5409

Mid: 0.5395

March - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5409

Close: 0.5445

Mid: 0.5430

2

Open: 0.5445

Close: 0.5446

Mid: 0.5454

3

Open: 0.5444

Close: 0.5496

Mid: 0.5469

4

Open: 0.5495

Close: 0.5607

Mid: 0.5561

5

Open: 0.5569

Close: 0.5569

Mid: 0.5588

6

Open: 0.5569

Close: 0.5596

Mid: 0.5583

7

Open: 0.5597

Close: 0.5590

Mid: 0.5606

8

Open: 0.5589

Close: 0.5549

Mid: 0.5567

9

Open: 0.5549

Close: 0.5549

Mid: 0.5562

10

Open: 0.5550

Close: 0.5622

Mid: 0.5588

11

Open: 0.5622

Close: 0.5592

Mid: 0.5606

12

Open: 0.5630

Close: 0.5630

Mid: 0.5611

13

Open: 0.5630

Close: 0.5593

Mid: 0.5608

14

Open: 0.5592

Close: 0.5534

Mid: 0.5559

15

Open: 0.5533

Close: 0.5513

Mid: 0.5520

16

Open: 0.5512

Close: 0.5547

Mid: 0.5532

17

Open: 0.5547

Close: 0.5610

Mid: 0.5583

18

Open: 0.5610

Close: 0.5629

Mid: 0.5639

19

Open: 0.5629

Close: 0.5629

Mid: 0.5629

20

Open: 0.5629

Close: 0.5631

Mid: 0.5642

21

Open: 0.5631

Close: 0.5617

Mid: 0.5622

22

Open: 0.5616

Close: 0.5626

Mid: 0.5623

23

Open: 0.5625

Close: 0.5678

Mid: 0.5649

24

Open: 0.5679

Close: 0.5693

Mid: 0.5693

25

Open: 0.5692

Close: 0.5697

Mid: 0.5748

26

Open: 0.5696

Close: 0.5792

Mid: 0.5744

27

Open: 0.5792

Close: 0.5707

Mid: 0.5742

28

Open: 0.5706

Close: 0.5724

Mid: 0.5721

29

Open: 0.5723

Close: 0.5740

Mid: 0.5714

30

Open: 0.5739

Close: 0.5712

Mid: 0.5726

31

Open: 0.5711

Close: 0.5700

Mid: 0.5705

April - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5700

Close: 0.5719

Mid: 0.5716

2

Open: 0.5741

Close: 0.5725

Mid: 0.5730

3

Open: 0.5725

Close: 0.5712

Mid: 0.5729

4

Open: 0.5713

Close: 0.5753

Mid: 0.5735

5

Open: 0.5753

Close: 0.5801

Mid: 0.5790

6

Open: 0.5803

Close: 0.5742

Mid: 0.5774

7

Open: 0.5743

Close: 0.5723

Mid: 0.5730

8

Open: 0.5723

Close: 0.5748

Mid: 0.5741

9

Open: 0.5733

Close: 0.5733

Mid: 0.5741

10

Open: 0.5733

Close: 0.5714

Mid: 0.5735

11

Open: 0.5715

Close: 0.5695

Mid: 0.5710

12

Open: 0.5694

Close: 0.5733

Mid: 0.5718

13

Open: 0.5733

Close: 0.5680

Mid: 0.5712

14

Open: 0.5680

Close: 0.5672

Mid: 0.5712

15

Open: 0.5673

Close: 0.5669

Mid: 0.5690

16

Open: 0.5673

Close: 0.5673

Mid: 0.5671

17

Open: 0.5673

Close: 0.5663

Mid: 0.5708

18

Open: 0.5665

Close: 0.5657

Mid: 0.5661

19

Open: 0.5656

Close: 0.5682

Mid: 0.5669

20

Open: 0.5682

Close: 0.5698

Mid: 0.5695

21

Open: 0.5697

Close: 0.5651

Mid: 0.5679

22

Open: 0.5652

Close: 0.5715

Mid: 0.5684

23

Open: 0.5735

Close: 0.5622

Mid: 0.5679

24

Open: 0.5622

Close: 0.5639

Mid: 0.5679

25

Open: 0.5638

Close: 0.5635

Mid: 0.5625

26

Open: 0.5635

Close: 0.5676

Mid: 0.5657

27

Open: 0.5677

Close: 0.5681

Mid: 0.5689

28

Open: 0.5680

Close: 0.5704

Mid: 0.5690

29

Open: 0.5704

Close: 0.5646

Mid: 0.5670

30

Open: 0.5650

Close: 0.5650

Mid: 0.5648

May - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5650

Close: 0.5620

Mid: 0.5639

2

Open: 0.5620

Close: 0.5640

Mid: 0.5630

3

Open: 0.5643

Close: 0.5683

Mid: 0.5671

4

Open: 0.5681

Close: 0.5748

Mid: 0.5724

5

Open: 0.5748

Close: 0.5759

Mid: 0.5779

6

Open: 0.5760

Close: 0.5831

Mid: 0.5782

7

Open: 0.5755

Close: 0.5755

Mid: 0.5793

8

Open: 0.5755

Close: 0.5715

Mid: 0.5773

9

Open: 0.5716

Close: 0.5639

Mid: 0.5675

10

Open: 0.5638

Close: 0.5635

Mid: 0.5633

11

Open: 0.5634

Close: 0.5663

Mid: 0.5663

12

Open: 0.5663

Close: 0.5630

Mid: 0.5643

13

Open: 0.5628

Close: 0.5674

Mid: 0.5653

14

Open: 0.5668

Close: 0.5668

Mid: 0.5671

15

Open: 0.5668

Close: 0.5667

Mid: 0.5692

16

Open: 0.5669

Close: 0.5658

Mid: 0.5648

17

Open: 0.5659

Close: 0.5633

Mid: 0.5647

18

Open: 0.5630

Close: 0.5639

Mid: 0.5638

19

Open: 0.5639

Close: 0.5650

Mid: 0.5658

20

Open: 0.5651

Close: 0.5773

Mid: 0.5710

21

Open: 0.5695

Close: 0.5695

Mid: 0.5734

22

Open: 0.5695

Close: 0.5648

Mid: 0.5709

23

Open: 0.5648

Close: 0.5641

Mid: 0.5654

24

Open: 0.5639

Close: 0.5664

Mid: 0.5655

25

Open: 0.5662

Close: 0.5633

Mid: 0.5677

26

Open: 0.5634

Close: 0.5627

Mid: 0.5634

27

Open: 0.5626

Close: 0.5728

Mid: 0.5680

28

Open: 0.5686

Close: 0.5686

Mid: 0.5707

29

Open: 0.5686

Close: 0.5670

Mid: 0.5696

30

Open: 0.5671

Close: 0.5692

Mid: 0.5687

31

Open: 0.5691

Close: 0.5697

Mid: 0.5697

June - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5698

Close: 0.5748

Mid: 0.5727

2

Open: 0.5745

Close: 0.5777

Mid: 0.5756

3

Open: 0.5777

Close: 0.5772

Mid: 0.5774

4

Open: 0.5766

Close: 0.5865

Mid: 0.5815

5

Open: 0.5865

Close: 0.5767

Mid: 0.5815

6

Open: 0.5766

Close: 0.5740

Mid: 0.5754

7

Open: 0.5740

Close: 0.5737

Mid: 0.5755

8

Open: 0.5737

Close: 0.5731

Mid: 0.5754

9

Open: 0.5734

Close: 0.5681

Mid: 0.5708

10

Open: 0.5682

Close: 0.5782

Mid: 0.5760

11

Open: 0.5812

Close: 0.5725

Mid: 0.5769

12

Open: 0.5725

Close: 0.5717

Mid: 0.5770

13

Open: 0.5718

Close: 0.5716

Mid: 0.5717

14

Open: 0.5716

Close: 0.5736

Mid: 0.5719

15

Open: 0.5735

Close: 0.5765

Mid: 0.5757

16

Open: 0.5764

Close: 0.5700

Mid: 0.5726

17

Open: 0.5701

Close: 0.5826

Mid: 0.5745

18

Open: 0.5826

Close: 0.5655

Mid: 0.5741

19

Open: 0.5655

Close: 0.5685

Mid: 0.5714

20

Open: 0.5685

Close: 0.5689

Mid: 0.5693

21

Open: 0.5689

Close: 0.5676

Mid: 0.5677

22

Open: 0.5676

Close: 0.5638

Mid: 0.5651

23

Open: 0.5636

Close: 0.5631

Mid: 0.5638

24

Open: 0.5631

Close: 0.5702

Mid: 0.5666

25

Open: 0.5697

Close: 0.5702

Mid: 0.5700

26

Open: 0.5702

Close: 0.5653

Mid: 0.5678

27

Open: 0.5653

Close: 0.5645

Mid: 0.5651

28

Open: 0.5643

Close: 0.5664

Mid: 0.5663

29

Open: 0.5665

Close: 0.5672

Mid: 0.5670

30

Open: 0.5672

Close: 0.5673

Mid: 0.5689

July - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5673

Close: 0.5636

Mid: 0.5651

2

Open: 0.5689

Close: 0.5689

Mid: 0.5663

3

Open: 0.5689

Close: 0.5632

Mid: 0.5658

4

Open: 0.5631

Close: 0.5674

Mid: 0.5654

5

Open: 0.5673

Close: 0.5685

Mid: 0.5729

6

Open: 0.5687

Close: 0.5690

Mid: 0.5708

7

Open: 0.5689

Close: 0.5694

Mid: 0.5700

8

Open: 0.5694

Close: 0.5775

Mid: 0.5745

9

Open: 0.5770

Close: 0.5698

Mid: 0.5737

10

Open: 0.5698

Close: 0.5697

Mid: 0.5730

11

Open: 0.5697

Close: 0.5667

Mid: 0.5676

12

Open: 0.5666

Close: 0.5681

Mid: 0.5729

13

Open: 0.5681

Close: 0.5677

Mid: 0.5689

14

Open: 0.5677

Close: 0.5706

Mid: 0.5699

15

Open: 0.5708

Close: 0.5792

Mid: 0.5738

16

Open: 0.5759

Close: 0.5726

Mid: 0.5759

17

Open: 0.5726

Close: 0.5731

Mid: 0.5751

18

Open: 0.5730

Close: 0.5701

Mid: 0.5712

19

Open: 0.5700

Close: 0.5746

Mid: 0.5734

20

Open: 0.5746

Close: 0.5754

Mid: 0.5755

21

Open: 0.5752

Close: 0.5772

Mid: 0.5868

22

Open: 0.5771

Close: 0.5751

Mid: 0.5817

23

Open: 0.5854

Close: 0.5768

Mid: 0.5803

24

Open: 0.5768

Close: 0.5761

Mid: 0.5807

25

Open: 0.5760

Close: 0.5766

Mid: 0.5774

26

Open: 0.5767

Close: 0.5772

Mid: 0.5777

27

Open: 0.5771

Close: 0.5750

Mid: 0.5765

28

Open: 0.5750

Close: 0.5749

Mid: 0.5749

29

Open: 0.5750

Close: 0.5784

Mid: 0.5779

30

Open: 0.5784

Close: 0.5784

Mid: 0.5803

31

Open: 0.5784

Close: 0.5729

Mid: 0.5776

August - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5730

Close: 0.5731

Mid: 0.5743

2

Open: 0.5732

Close: 0.5675

Mid: 0.5700

3

Open: 0.5674

Close: 0.5718

Mid: 0.5706

4

Open: 0.5715

Close: 0.5725

Mid: 0.5744

5

Open: 0.5726

Close: 0.5744

Mid: 0.5730

6

Open: 0.5744

Close: 0.5818

Mid: 0.5773

7

Open: 0.5818

Close: 0.5723

Mid: 0.5771

8

Open: 0.5723

Close: 0.5783

Mid: 0.5771

9

Open: 0.5784

Close: 0.5762

Mid: 0.5776

10

Open: 0.5762

Close: 0.5801

Mid: 0.5792

11

Open: 0.5801

Close: 0.5825

Mid: 0.5816

12

Open: 0.5827

Close: 0.5872

Mid: 0.5869

13

Open: 0.5870

Close: 0.5870

Mid: 0.5871

14

Open: 0.5870

Close: 0.5868

Mid: 0.5885

15

Open: 0.5868

Close: 0.5823

Mid: 0.5838

16

Open: 0.5823

Close: 0.5803

Mid: 0.5817

17

Open: 0.5804

Close: 0.5755

Mid: 0.5768

18

Open: 0.5755

Close: 0.5793

Mid: 0.5782

19

Open: 0.5794

Close: 0.5811

Mid: 0.5812

20

Open: 0.5816

Close: 0.5815

Mid: 0.5815

21

Open: 0.5815

Close: 0.5819

Mid: 0.5824

22

Open: 0.5819

Close: 0.5846

Mid: 0.5838

23

Open: 0.5848

Close: 0.5851

Mid: 0.5856

24

Open: 0.5851

Close: 0.5858

Mid: 0.5856

25

Open: 0.5858

Close: 0.5891

Mid: 0.5880

26

Open: 0.5889

Close: 0.5985

Mid: 0.5946

27

Open: 0.5999

Close: 0.5854

Mid: 0.5932

28

Open: 0.5854

Close: 0.5873

Mid: 0.5932

29

Open: 0.5874

Close: 0.5892

Mid: 0.5895

30

Open: 0.5895

Close: 0.5881

Mid: 0.5902

31

Open: 0.5880

Close: 0.5888

Mid: 0.5894

September - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5888

Close: 0.5885

Mid: 0.5892

2

Open: 0.5885

Close: 0.5947

Mid: 0.5923

3

Open: 0.5933

Close: 0.5933

Mid: 0.5940

4

Open: 0.5933

Close: 0.5918

Mid: 0.5924

5

Open: 0.5917

Close: 0.5890

Mid: 0.5909

6

Open: 0.5890

Close: 0.5847

Mid: 0.5867

7

Open: 0.5847

Close: 0.5862

Mid: 0.5861

8

Open: 0.5862

Close: 0.5873

Mid: 0.5859

9

Open: 0.5873

Close: 0.5909

Mid: 0.5927

10

Open: 0.5910

Close: 0.5910

Mid: 0.5910

11

Open: 0.5910

Close: 0.5891

Mid: 0.5882

12

Open: 0.5892

Close: 0.5898

Mid: 0.5896

13

Open: 0.5898

Close: 0.5861

Mid: 0.5876

14

Open: 0.5861

Close: 0.5850

Mid: 0.5839

15

Open: 0.5851

Close: 0.5839

Mid: 0.5855

16

Open: 0.5840

Close: 0.5903

Mid: 0.5887

17

Open: 0.5905

Close: 0.5850

Mid: 0.5878

18

Open: 0.5850

Close: 0.5882

Mid: 0.5886

19

Open: 0.5883

Close: 0.5885

Mid: 0.5887

20

Open: 0.5885

Close: 0.5883

Mid: 0.5879

21

Open: 0.5883

Close: 0.5874

Mid: 0.5902

22

Open: 0.5875

Close: 0.5901

Mid: 0.5880

23

Open: 0.5901

Close: 0.6089

Mid: 0.5988

24

Open: 0.6051

Close: 0.5959

Mid: 0.6034

25

Open: 0.5959

Close: 0.6050

Mid: 0.6031

26

Open: 0.6050

Close: 0.6011

Mid: 0.6131

27

Open: 0.6011

Close: 0.6000

Mid: 0.6010

28

Open: 0.6000

Close: 0.6004

Mid: 0.5998

29

Open: 0.6004

Close: 0.5828

Mid: 0.5917

30

Open: 0.5828

Close: 0.5805

Mid: 0.5796

October - 2022

SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

1

Open: 0.5763

Close: 0.5763

Mid: 0.5784

2

Open: 0.5763

Close: 0.5765

Mid: 0.5765

3

Open: 0.5766

Close: 0.5738

Mid: 0.5761

4

Open: 0.5736

Close: 0.5689

Mid: 0.5703

5

Open: 0.5689

Close: 0.5737

Mid: 0.5717

6

Open: 0.5736

Close: 0.5748

Mid: 0.5757

7

Open: 0.5749

Close: 0.5779

Mid: 0.5843

8

Open: 0.5865

Close: 0.5832

Mid: 0.5795

9

Open: 0.5832

Close: 0.5745

Mid: 0.5782

10

Open: 0.5745

Close: 0.5684

Mid: 0.5716

11

Open: 0.5683

Close: 0.5714

Mid: 0.5698

12

Open: 0.5715

Close: 0.5654

Mid: 0.5689

13

Open: 0.5656

Close: 0.5572

Mid: 0.5597

14

Open: 0.5570

Close: 0.5665

Mid: 0.5636

15

Open: 0.5566

Close: 0.5566

Mid: 0.5616

16

Open: 0.5566

Close: 0.5535

Mid: 0.5588

17

Open: 0.5535

Close: 0.5547

Mid: 0.5525

18

Open: 0.5548

Close: 0.5569

Mid: 0.5570

19

Open: 0.5569

Close: 0.5589

Mid: 0.5586

20

Open: 0.5590

Close: 0.5593

Mid: 0.5618

21

Open: 0.5592

Close: 0.5752

Mid: 0.5678

22

Open: 0.5713

Close: 0.5674

Mid: 0.5713

23

Open: 0.5674

Close: 0.5619

Mid: 0.5678

24

Open: 0.5619

Close: 0.5599

Mid: 0.5585

25

Open: 0.5598

Close: 0.5572

Mid: 0.5586

26

Open: 0.5572

Close: 0.5580

Mid: 0.5604

27

Open: 0.5582

Close: 0.5578

Mid: 0.5587

28

Open: 0.5579

Close: 0.5551

Mid: 0.5557

29

Open: 0.5551

Close: 0.5551

Mid: 0.5556

30

Open: 0.5551

Close: 0.5521

Mid: 0.5539

31

Open: 0.5522

Close: 0.5590

Mid: 0.5618

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Close: 0.5568

Mid: 0.5584

2

Open: 0.5568

Close: 0.5570

Mid: 0.5586

3

Open: 0.5569

Close: 0.5630

Mid: 0.5623

4

Open: 0.5630

Close: 0.5571

Mid: 0.5866

5

Open: 0.5692

Close: 0.5797

Mid: 0.5697

6

Open: 0.5797

Close: 0.5683

Mid: 0.5730

7

Open: 0.5682

Close: 0.5624

Mid: 0.5650

8

Open: 0.5624

Close: 0.5636

Mid: 0.5639

9

Open: 0.5634

Close: 0.5658

Mid: 0.5653

10

Open: 0.5659

Close: 0.5650

Mid: 0.5647

11

Open: 0.5650

Close: 0.5677

Mid: 0.5758

12

Open: 0.5678

Close: 0.5670

Mid: 0.5674

13

Open: 0.5670

Close: 0.5676

Mid: 0.5691

14

Open: 0.5676

Close: 0.5696

Mid: 0.5694

15

Open: 0.5696

Close: 0.5698

Mid: 0.5708

16

Open: 0.5699

Close: 0.5657

Mid: 0.5682

17

Open: 0.5656

Close: 0.5641

Mid: 0.5648

18

Open: 0.5640

Close: 0.5615

Mid: 0.5630

19

Open: 0.5615

Close: 0.5727

Mid: 0.5671

20

Open: 0.5727

Close: 0.5624

Mid: 0.5662

21

Open: 0.5623

Close: 0.5588

Mid: 0.5607

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30

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Know What the Best Exchange Rate Looks Like

Benchmark the exchange rate market with Pound Sterling Live's custom currency rate comparison tool with built-in algorithms to find the best rates in the market.

Why

Banks and financial institutions buy and sell currency from each other - these sizeable institutions are 'the market' and the rate they transact at is the 'market rate'. The difference between how much a currency is purchased and sold is the spread, which is essentially the difference between the buy and sell price.

But, when currency is sold by banks to retail customers that spread widens significantly and the profit on the transaction is therefore substantially larger.

Therefore when we focus on the transfer fee when sending money abroad we often miss the biggest cost: the exchange rate spread.

Foreign exchange providers have essentially recognised this and they enter the market to transfer money at tighter spreads, thereby saving potentially significant amounts of money for their clients simply by providing better exchange rates.

For example, the transfer of £100K into euros is expected to attract a rate that delivers between €112,480 and €113,296 with the UK's leading high street banks. But FCA authorised providers will provide a rate that delivers between €115,510 and €115,740 (using rates on 05/07/21).

Taking the time to work with a FCA regulated currency provider could therefore result in the delivery of an extra euros amount of between €2444 and €3030.

Safety is Everything

Pound Sterling Live only works with foreign exchange payment companies that are FCA Authorised. This is important: FCA regulations and oversight requires the money they transfer on your behalf to be protected through a process known as 'safeguarding'. Safeguarding requires the payments company to keep your money separate from their own money in a top-tier bank. Therefore if the provider comes under stress your money should be protected.

FAQs

Is now a good time to buy GBP with AUD? ›

When is the Best Time to Buy British Pounds with Australian dollars? The AUDGBP just hit 0.0. 6186, making it the best time to buy British Pounds with Australian dollars in the last 5 year.

Will the Pound get stronger against the Australian dollar in 2022? ›

Predictions and Pound to Australian Dollar exchange rate forecasts from market pricing sources, investment banks and technical analysts. In one month the Pound / Australian Dollar exchange rate could be at 1.7896 according to market pricing as of 23/11/2022.

Where is the best place to get British pounds? ›

Available in most areas.
  • Bank. You can buy pounds with dollars at major banks like Wells Fargo and Bank of America. ...
  • Foreign Currency Exchange. Money changers can be the cheapest way to buy British Pounds. ...
  • Airport. Yes, you can buy pounds at the airport.

Where is the best place to get a good exchange rate? ›

Local banks and credit unions usually offer the best rates. Major banks, such as Chase or Bank of America, often offer the added benefit of having ATMs overseas. Online bureaus or currency converters, such as Travelex, provide convenient foreign exchange services.

Does your bank give you the best exchange rate? ›

Though there may be a small fee, your bank or credit union will almost always be the best place to exchange currency (and the cheapest). You may be able to order currency at a branch location or by phone or online to have it delivered to you, or to pick up at a branch.

Will the UK Pound get stronger in 2022? ›

An analysis by Bloomberg has shown financial markets believe there is a 60% probability that sterling will reach dollar parity by the end of 2022. A long-term decline in the valuation of the pound increases the price of imported goods, which can feed into consumer price inflation.

What is the best day of the week to buy foreign currency? ›

Best day of the week to exchange currency

According to data from WeSwap and The Telegraph, you'll generally enjoy the best currency exchange rates on Fridays and Saturdays. Currency can fluctuate throughout the day too, with the morning or late afternoon cited as the best times to buy.

Is the Australian dollar expected to go up or down? ›

According to ANZ head of FX research Mahjabeen Zaman, the Australian dollar will increase in its value against the US dollar in the second half of 2023. Other big four banks agree with this sentiment, and are predicting exchange rates of around 0.69-0.72 by September 2023.

When should I buy British pounds? ›

There are major financial events, such as Black Wednesday and Brexit, that impact the direction of the British pound for years. Most monthly economic data from the United Kingdom comes out between 2 a.m. and 4:30 a.m. Eastern Time in the United States, making this a good time for trading.

What will happen to GBP in 2022? ›

GBP/USD performance in 2022

Meanwhile analysts at CIBC Capital Markets predict GBP/USD will fall early in 2022 and rise higher to 1.36 by the end of the year. Citibank expects GBP/USD to decline to 1.29 across the coming 6-12 months.

Why is AUD so weak against GBP? ›

Another important factor is that Australia is one of the few countries to benefit from higher inflation. As Australia is a major exporter of commodities, the higher global prices for food and energy is boosting exports. Because of these economic factors, the Pound has lost value relative to the Australian Dollar.

Should I exchange money before I travel to the UK? ›

It's not always better to exchange before you fly

If you're travelling with a popular currency such as US dollars or GBP, you're unlikely to have issues exchanging your currency once you touch down.

How do I get the best exchange rate UK? ›

How to get the best deals on a currency exchange
  1. Consider the overall cost. Don't just look at best exchange rates, consider commission and delivery charges.
  2. Pay with your debit card. Try not to use your credit card as you may incur extra fees.
  3. Organise your travel money in advance. ...
  4. Check for currency buyback.

What is a good exchange rate for pound? ›

Best Pound to Dollar Exchange Rate Today, Live 1 GBP to USD = 1.2048 (Compare & Convert Pounds to Dollars)

Which country has the best exchange rate for GBP 2022? ›

Cape Town, South Africa remains best the value for long haul, with prices down 1.6% Reykjavik in Iceland remains the most expensive destination surveyed, followed by Barbados and Dubai. All three saw price increases of over 20% Sterling's strength against most currencies has helped keep costs down.

Does the post office give a good exchange rate? ›

We've got great exchange rates with 0% commission on over 60 currencies. That's why we're a leading travel money provider. Get our best rates online. Order before 3pm on a weekday to get next-working-day delivery to your home or nearest branch.

Is it cheaper to exchange money at airport or bank? ›

Currency exchange shops and kiosks in airports are not the best places to exchange money. For the best rates, try a local bank or a bank ATM to make your currency exchanges.

What country has the best exchange rate for the dollar 2022? ›

Official exchange rate

Iran is the top country by exchange rate in the world. As of last month, exchange rate in Iran was 42,000 LCU per US dollars that accounts for 24.85% of the world's exchange rate.

Is it better to exchange money or use credit card? ›

Use your credit or debit card when possible

Fees aside, using your credit or debit card is probably your safest bet for getting an exchange rate that's closest to the market rate. But be aware that while your card's issuer bases its exchange rate on market conditions, it does set its own exchange rate for transactions.

What is the best currency to hold right now? ›

What Are the Best Currency Pairs to Trade in Forex?
  • US Dollar (USD)
  • Euro (EUR)
  • Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Swiss Franc (CHF)
  • Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Japanese Yen (JPY)
  • British Pound (GBP)

Is it a good time to change dollars to sterling? ›

Due to the pandemic, the impact of the war in Ukraine and the cost-of-living crisis, the GBP -USD exchange rate has dropped below 1.20 . This is close to the bottom of the historical trading range and means now is likely to be a good time to consider converting US dollars to pounds.

Is the British Pound Expected to Rise? ›

The platform's GBP forecast for 2022 in relation to the euro had the pair finishing the year at an average of 1.16. WalletInvestor's GBP forecast for 2025 against the EUR was a steeper average of 1.212 by December that year. According to the website, the pair could rise to an average of 1.244 by September 2027.

Why is the British pound falling? ›

Why is the Pound Sterling falling? The recent record slump in the British currency has resulted in a crisis. The most apparent reason behind Pound's falling is the recently introduced tax cuts, among others, by the UK government.

What time of day is exchange rate the highest? ›

Key Takeaways. The forex market runs on the normal business hours of four different parts of the world and their respective time zones. The U.S./London markets overlap (8 a.m. to noon EST) has the heaviest volume of trading and is best for trading opportunities.

Do exchange rates change over the weekend? ›

Currencies are traded around the clock – 24 hours per day. Even though trading hours vary – the morning in Tokyo occurs during U.S. nighttime – trade and banking continue around the world. Therefore, as banks around the world buy and sell currencies, the value of currencies remain in fluctuation.

Is it a good time to buy dollars 2022? ›

Bank forecasts for the US Dollar in 2022

The U.S. dollar has been moving broadly higher since May 2022 as the US economic recovery ramps up and as the Federal Reserve started to rein in support for the economy. According to analysts at ING the US Dollar could continue to rise in the coming year.

Will AUD go down 2022? ›

AUD/NZD performance in 2022

Westpac forecast that AUD/NZD will stay at approximately the same level that it is now, across 2022. Analysts at NAB predict that the Australian Dollar will rise in value against the New Zealand Dollar, reaching 1.08 by the end of 2022.

What is the highest the AUD has ever been? ›

Historically, the Australian Dollar reached an all time high of 1.49 in December of 1973. Australian Dollar - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on November of 2022.

Why is Australian dollar so strong right now? ›

The main reason for the strength of the Australian dollar is high commodity prices, says Shane Oliver, chief economist at AMP Capital. That is a big positive for our economy and creates demand for Australian-dollar denominated investments by foreign investors.

Why is the GBP getting stronger? ›

The key driver of the strong pound is interest rates. Typically, the two go hand in hand: the higher a country's interest rate, the more attractive the currency becomes to foreign investment, which in turn bolsters the pound.

Is the dollar getting stronger 2022? ›

The U.S. dollar is strengthening because the Fed adopted a hawkish monetary policy stance in response to skyrocketing inflation. It has lifted the federal funds rate from near zero at the beginning of 2022 to a range of 3.75% to 4% at the November FOMC meeting.

Which currency is the strongest in 2022? ›

  • 10: Euro: EUR.
  • 9: United States Dollar: USD.
  • 8: Swiss Franc: CHF.
  • 7: British Pound (GBP):
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Will UK inflation go down in 2022? ›

We expect inflation to fall back from the middle of next year towards the 2% target in two years' time. Why is inflation expected to fall from the middle of 2023? What is the Bank of England doing to help bring inflation down?

Where is AUD worth the most? ›

The US is best-placed to take advantage of the exchange rate, with the Australian dollar gaining 21 per cent over the past six months.

How much cash should I carry to UK? ›

You must declare cash of £10,000 or more to UK customs if you're carrying it between Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and a country outside the UK. If you're travelling as a family or group with more than £10,000 in total (even if individuals are carrying less than that) you still need to make a declaration.

Should I carry cash to London? ›

It's good to carry some cash for smaller purchases or to use for tips. You'll easily find ATMs at banks, stores and gas stations — but try to only use your debit card. You'll pay steep fees getting a cash advance from your credit cards.

Is it better to exchange money or use debit card? ›

When you exchange cash, you get a significantly worse exchange rate than when you use a card. The difference can be as much as 6%. This is why using a card is better. However, you should not use a credit card to get money out of ATMs.

How do I find the correct exchange rate? ›

Let's look at an example of how to calculate exchange rates. Suppose that the EUR/USD exchange rate is 1.20 and you'd like to convert $100 U.S. dollars into euros. Simply divide the $100 by 1.20. The result is the number of euros: 83.33.

How can I exchange currency without fees? ›

An ATM (preferably in your network)

The best way to exchange currency abroad while avoiding fees is through your bank's ATM network. Before travel, check to see if your bank has an ATM network — or even bank affiliates — at your destination so you have a better chance of avoiding unnecessary fees.

What is the most accurate exchange rate website? ›

Top Currency Exchange Websites
  • XE.
  • TransferWise.
  • Oanda.
  • Travelex.
8 Jan 2021

What is the average exchange rate for 2022? ›

Currency Menu

Welcome to the 2022 EUR USD history summary. This is the Euro (EUR) to US Dollar (USD) exchange rate history data page for the year of 2022, covering 327 days of EUR USD historical data. Best exchange rate: 1.1455 USD on 06 Feb 2022. Average exchange rate in 2022: 1.0536 USD.

Is it better to exchange money in Australia or overseas? ›

Overseas

Buying local currency in your destination country is the cheapest way to buy currency, particularly if you are buying larger amounts of US dollars (USD), Euros (EUR) or Japanese Yen (JPY). Getting the best exchange rate comes down to how competitive the place you are buying it from is.

What is a good exchange rate for AUD? ›

Today the best exchange rate for the Australian dollar is 0.6615. This is the rate that gives you the most money when you are converting your currency. It has many names including the 'wholesale rate', the 'interbank rate' or the ' live mid-market rate'. The good news is that it can easily be found in lots of places.

Where is the best place to exchange money Australia? ›

ANZ and Commonwealth Bank have foreign exchange outlets as well as more well know brands like Travelex or Travel Money Oz. The best place to buy foreign currency in Sydney though is through one of the less well known money changers like Crown Currency or WeXchange.

Should I exchange money before I travel to Australia? ›

Any trip to Australia will require Australian currency, even if you plan to use your credit or debit card to pay for most things. TripAdvisor recommends using ATM machines to convert your U.S. dollars to Australian money.

Is it cheaper to exchange money at the bank or airport? ›

Currency exchange shops and kiosks in airports are not the best places to exchange money. For the best rates, try a local bank or a bank ATM to make your currency exchanges.

Is it cheaper to use credit card or cash abroad? ›

3. Spending is almost always cheaper than withdrawing cash when you're on holiday. If you've a top overseas credit card, spending is almost always cheaper. Even on cards with no cash withdrawal fees, you'll usually still pay interest on the withdrawal until you pay it off.

Will the UK pound get stronger? ›

The platform's GBP forecast for 2022 in relation to the euro had the pair finishing the year at an average of 1.16. WalletInvestor's GBP forecast for 2025 against the EUR was a steeper average of 1.212 by December that year. According to the website, the pair could rise to an average of 1.244 by September 2027.

Why is Australian dollar so strong now? ›

As the mining and export industry thrives, the value of the Australian dollar rises. Strong demand – particularly from China – is driving this process. The current volatile market situation in the US and particularly Europe has helped make Australia's currency appear to be a safer alternative to investors.

Is it better to exchange money online or in store? ›

You can search for the best exchange rates in advance before the trip. Comparing online is usually the fastest way and you'll see competitive rates – often much cheaper than at the airport.

Is post office good for currency exchange? ›

We've got great exchange rates with 0% commission on over 60 currencies. That's why we're a leading travel money provider. Get our best rates online. Order before 3pm on a weekday to get next-working-day delivery to your home or nearest branch.

How much cash can I carry with me to Australia? ›

There is no limit to the amount of physical currency that may be brought into or taken out of Australia. However, travellers entering and departing Australia must report any currency they are carrying of $10,000 or more in Australian dollars, or the foreign currency equivalent.

Can I use my UK bank card in Australia? ›

UK debit cards

Visa and Mastercard debit cards are widely accepted. However, be warned that many UK debit cards charge foreign usage fees. For example, you might be charged between 2.75% and 2.99% for purchases, plus another fee of around 2–2.75% for cash withdrawals.

Can I use my Visa debit card in Australia? ›

Yes. With Visa Debit you can access your own money wherever Visa is accepted. There are more than 29 million outlets around the world. You can also make withdrawals from Visa ATMs whilst overseas and avoid carrying large amounts of cash.

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