What is the GBP to EUR exchange rate today?
The GBP to euro exchange rate can be influenced by a range of occurrences. These are specifically political and economic shifts that may make investors want to buy the pound, or sell off what they have. In addition, what might affect the pound to euro rate today may not another day.
Such volatility is often expected when converting GBP to euro, increasing the necessity for expert guidance and assistance in your foreign exchange.
GBP to EUR Chart
Euro currency facts
Symbol: € cent: cent
Minor Unit: 1/100 = cent
Central Bank Rate: 0.00
Nicknames: Ege (Finnish), Pavo (Spanish), Yoyo (Irish English), Teuro (German)
Freq Used: €1, €2, 5cent, 10cent, 20cent, 50cent
Rarely Used: 1cent, 2cent
Freq Used: €5, €10, €20, €50, €100
Rarely Used: €200, €500
Central Bank: European Central Bank
What can affect the pound to euro rate?
With the release of economic data from Ireland, the EU and the UK each month, as well as political developments, the GBP to euro rate is always subject to fluctuation.
Political developments in particular can be as innocuous as a social media post from a key figure in parliament or influencer, creating waves for the sterling to euro rate. As such it is invaluable to maintain a close eye on the FX market when exchanging pound to euro.
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International payments from pound to euro can differ greatly in value depending on the exchange rate you receive and on the transfer fees incurred by your bank or FX provider.
With Moneycorp, you can rely on competitive rates and low fees when you convert sterling to euro, allowing you to make the most out of your money. Whether you’re buying a property abroad or sending money to family and friends overseas, our team of dedicated specialists are on hand to offer any guidance required.