The live exchange rates shown on this page are the ‘interbank’ exchange rates. These should be seen as an indication of the market and are therefore designed for informational purposes only. If nothing else, the fluctuations that can occur from one second to the other should help demonstrate the importance of employing currency risk mitigation strategies, if your business has dealings in foreign currencies.
Our team is on hand to answer any questions you might have relating to the live exchange rates between any given currency pairing. 2018 was certainly a year of political and economic uncertainty and that significantly impacted on currency volatility. 2019 has already shown a similar level of volatility, especially for pound sterling, and this trend looks set to continue for some time. Brexit related events in particular could impact on your company’s budget, margins and profits.
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World Interest Rates Table
Central bank interest rates affect the currency markets and economic performance of a region, which are key factors that can cause exchange rate fluctuations.
Bank of England (GBP)
Federal Reserve (USD)
Swiss National Bank (CHF)
Bank of Canada (CAD)
European Central Bank (EUR)
Bank of Japan (JPY)
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (NZD)
Reserve Bank of Australia (AUD)
Key Dates in June 2022
Key data releases from institutions reflect the economic stability of a region; affecting market confidence and the value of that region's currency, causing rate fluctuations.
|ECB Press Conference|
Retail sales month-on-month
Manufacturing and Services PMI
German Manufacturing and Services PMI
|EU||German business climate data|
|Final GDP quarter-on-quarter||29/06/22|
Avoid the risk of profit erosion from fluctuating rates with Smart Currency Business products and services
Forward contracts enable you to reserve a price for buying or selling currencies on a specific date in the future. They can be an important part of a company’s hedging toolkit. Read more
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Foreign exchange options give businesses who hold an option the right to buy or sell currencies at an agreed exchange rate and date should the exchange rates move against them. Read more