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The pound sterling rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation

The pound sterling to the Russian ruble is the currency exchange coefficient established and displayed on the official portal of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Every day, the site publishes fresh information about today's and tomorrow's rate of this value. The information is valid until the next order of the Bank of Russia. Holidays and weekends are not updated; the previous pound to ruble exchange rate is valid on these days.



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Graph and dynamics / Graph and dynamics of the pound sterling GBP

dateCourse for today
28.0394,5771 +0,7480
27.0393,8291 +1,5513
26.0392,2778 +0,4578
25.0391,8200 -2,1400
24.0393,9600 +1,4619
21.0392,4981 +0,01300
20.0392,4851 -0,5412

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INFO / About Currency Pound Sterling

Signs and currency codes
Currency Text CodeGBP
Digital currency code826
Currency Sign Graphic£
About the ruble exchange rate from the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
The pound exchange rate to the Russian ruble shows the value of the English currency, expressed in monetary units of the Russian Federation. It is established based on the results of exchange trading by the Bank of Russia and is published on the official portal every day, except holidays and weekends. The dynamics of changes in quotations of the British pound for different periods of the year, show graphs and charts of the site. Daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly time intervals will help predict future growth or fall in the price of a currency pair. You can find out how the pound sterling relates to the ruble in real time - in the bank quotes on the website. Calculate the most favorable price and the amount of exchange, help portal currency calculator. Five times a week, the current pound exchange rate for today is updated on our page. Pound Sterling is the national currency of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, including Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales. This currency is a legal tender in many countries of the world. It is on the pound that transactions are often made on the Forex currency market, and in terms of transaction the English currency can yield only the euro, yen, and, of course, the US dollar, the most popular currency in the world. The history of this currency begins back in 775, when in the states of Saxony they began to mint coins made of silver, which were called “one pound of silver”. That is how much was needed to produce 240 of these coins. In 1940, the Bretton Woods Agreement was signed, the pound equated to the dollar in a ratio of 1 to 4. Throughout the entire period of the Second World War, this course remained unchanged. However, England was under full economic pressure, as a result of which the government was forced to take a serious step, reducing the value of the pound by almost three times, as a result of which one pound started at $ 2,80 as of September 1949. The next decline in the pound occurred in November 1967 and amounted to 14,3%. Tourists were then forbidden to export more than 50 pounds from the country. Currency control was strengthened by the Wilson government. In February 1971, England switched to the decimal system, and pennies and shilling ceased to exist separately. They were combined into a single coin, which was called “penny”, and until 1981 it was called “new penny”, and after that the word “new” in the name was lost. In 1976, another crisis hit England, and, according to the IMF, the current ratio of the pound to the dollar was too much in favor of the former. Then the pound was reduced to 1,57 dollars. New finance planning policies and higher interest rates led the pound to $ 2 in 1980. The pound reached its lowest value in February 1985, when it almost equaled the dollar. For one pound then they gave 1 dollar 05 cents. In colloquial speech, the combination “pound sterling” is very rarely heard, most often it is simply called the pound. In official documents, the name British pound is sometimes found. As for currency traders, they even call the pound sterling “cable”. This is no coincidence, since as early as the XNUMXth century, the sterling rate in relation to the American currency was transmitted through a transatlantic cable. That is how traders got pound quotes. Today in circulation you can see notes of 5, 10, 20, 50 pounds, as well as coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 pence and coins of 1 and 2 pounds. Occasionally, you can also see five pounds, and a coin of 25 pence. Increased wear resistance is an important advantage of the banknote. This advantage was achieved not by chance, but due to the addition of special cotton fibers. In addition, you can distinguish a genuine banknote from a fake by a special relief printing, which can be felt when you touch the bill. A special protective metallized thread is one of the methods of protection against fakes. In order to see the dark line of the thread, you need to look at the banknote against the light. The width of such a thread will be approximately 5 mm. We look at the banknote against the light, and we see a watermark - a portrait of Elizabeth 2. In addition, the original from the fake can always be distinguished by high print quality. In the original banknote you will not find any blurring and stains, all lines will be very clear and expressive. And, of course, picking up a magnifying glass, you can consider a special microtext that all banknotes possess without exception. Counterfeiting is very easy to detect with ultraviolet light. If you do not notice the luminous green shades, then you are holding a fake. Indeed, in the original banknotes, luminescent paint is used without fail. Notes in denominations of 5, 10 and 20 pounds also have their own protection. For example, hologram stripes. If you turn the banknote slightly, you can see the portrait of Adam Smith, the image of the pound sterling symbol, which later changes to numbers indicating the face value of the banknote.

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