British pound


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Noun1.British pound - the basic unit of money in Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish pound - 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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16 June 2014 -- Chicago-based derivatives marketplace CME Group (NASDAQ: CME) said it reached trading volume records for both its NYMEX Brent (BZ) crude oil futures and British pound (GBP/) futures contracts on June 12 2014.
dollar compared to previous day's settlement rates while it appreciated its value against major European currency Euro, although it depreciated against British pound.
Summary: The British pound was one of the strongest major currencies last week, losing only against the Canadian dollar and ending essentially unchanged versus...
March 21 2012 (TUR) -- Buying and selling rates of USD, Euro, British Pound and Swiss Franc in Istanbul and Ankara on Tuesday and Wednesday are as follows (in TL): TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Buying Selling Buying Selling U.S.
Summary: The British pound was easily the weakest of the majors last week as the currency fell more than 3 percent against the euro, Swiss franc, and Canadian dollar....
March 16 2012 (TUR) -- Buying and selling rates of USD, Euro, British Pound and Swiss Franc in Istanbul and Ankara on Thursday and Friday are as follows (in TL): Thursday Friday Buying Selling Buying Selling USD 1.7960 1.8030 1.7950 1.8010 Euro 2.3470 2.3540 2.3660 2.3710 British Pound 2.8150 2.8450 2.8200 2.8500 Swiss Franc 1.9350 1.9600 1.9350 1.9550 ANKARA USD 1.7950 1.8050 1.7910 1.8010 Euro 2.3450 2.3600 2.3550 2.3700 British Pound 2.9270 2.9490 2.8150 2.8570
Summary: The ascent of the British pound against the US dollar over the past week suggests that the currency has experienced broad strength, but this certainly...

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