Exchange Rate Pound Dollar
To find exchange rate pound dollar, the offical central bank resources, from the Bank of England and U.S. Federal Reserve are among the best resources.
Both the Bank of England and Federal Reserve offer up-to-date information on exchange rates as well as historical data for historical currency conversions.
Exchange Rate Pound Dollar – Bank of England
The Bank of England offers a comprehensive database of both the current rates as well as historical rates. The tool to get the exchange rates is located at 220.127.116.11/mfsd/iadb/newintermed.asp (main page is at www.bankofengland.co.uk).
In addition to the current and historical spot rates for pound-dollar conversion, you can also browse and download effective exchange rates and forward rates for pound against the U.S. dollar.
For the spot rates, you can choose one of the following rates:
- monthly average
- end of month
- quarterly average
- end of quarter
- annual average
- end of year
Once you’ve chosen your required format, you can choose the timeframe and output format. For selected currencies and exchange rate data ranges, the output is available in:
- HTML format
- Excel format
- XML format
- CSV format
You can also choose whether you want to display the footnotes as added by the Central bank.
Exchange Rate Pound Dollar – Federal Reserve
The Federal Reserve, as central bank of the United States, offers currency exchange rate information for the public. The page that offers this exchange rate information is located at www.federalreserve.gov/releases/h10/update/.
The service includes, in addition to providing the latest exchange rates, also dollar index information, historical dollar rates, and additional notes and information about the rates.
Much of the information is available in the following formats:
- Screen Reader
- ASCII (easily importable to spreadsheet programs
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