British pound sterling

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Noun1.British pound sterling - the basic unit of money in Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish pound sterling - the basic unit of money in Great Britain and Northern Ireland; equal to 100 pence
British monetary unit - monetary unit in Great Britain
penny - a fractional monetary unit of Ireland and the United Kingdom; equal to one hundredth of a pound
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He said since the end of 2012, the Dalasi had depreciated 11 per cent against the US Dollar, 12 per cent against the Euro and 9 per cent against the British Pound Sterling.
The British pound sterling is hostage to austerity's impact on economic growth and the perception that the incoming Bank of England governor Mark Carney's penchant for inflation targeting.
com)-- The dollar has lost value against virtually all rivals: the euro, British pound sterling, Chinese yuan, Japanese yen and Indian rupee.
We also saw the deflation in Britain stop after leaving the gold standard and because the British pound sterling was now worth less, that meant that British goods were now cheaper to export to the rest of the world.
LONDON, Sept 27 (KUNA) -- The British pound Sterling strengthened for the first time in four days against the dollar after a government report showed the economy shrank less than previously estimated in the second quarter and disposable income rose, it was reported here Thursday.
Barroso staunchly defended the Greek plan, lashing out at UK MEPs, who he said were "not going to spend one British pound sterling to help Greece".
Karachi, July 14, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Union of Small and Medium Enterprises (UNISAME) has cautioned SME exporters that USA and European economies are heading towards recession and the US Dollar, British Pound Sterling and the Euro are likely to lose ground and the rate of exchange viz a viz the rupee are expected to fall.
77, while the same for the British pound sterling will be 2.
While Sri Lanka rupee had been linked with British pound sterling its foreign value remained in a stable condition until the official depreciation of British sterling pound in 1967, which action was subject to over valuing of Sri Lanka currency at the foreign exchange market creating possible disadvantages to export economy.
In view of the fact that the Indian economy has been expanding at a sustained high rate of growth, is steadily integrating with the global economy and India has emerged as a prime investment destination worldwide, it was decided to undertake an exercise for selecting a distinct and identifiable symbol for India Rupee (INR) like other major currencies such as US Dollar (USD), British Pound Sterling (GBP), the Japanese Yen (JPY) and the European Union (EU) Euro.

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