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1.2232 -0.0022    -0.18%
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: British Pound
Second: US Dollar

  • Prev. Close: 1.2254
  • Bid/Ask: 1.2231 / 1.2233
  • Day's Range: 1.2172 - 1.2260
GBP/USD 1.2232 -0.0022 -0.18%

GBP/USD Historical Data

Get free historical data for GBP USD (British Pound US Dollar). You'll find the closing price, open, high, low, change and %change of the currency pair for the selected range of dates. The data can be viewed in daily, weekly or monthly time intervals. At the bottom of the table you'll find the currency pair data summary for the selected range of dates.
Time Frame:
09/23/2016 - 10/23/2016
Date Price Open High Low Change %
Oct 21, 2016 1.2235 1.2252 1.2263 1.2169 -0.14%
Oct 20, 2016 1.2252 1.2283 1.2300 1.2208 -0.28%
Oct 19, 2016 1.2286 1.2292 1.2334 1.2252 -0.09%
Oct 18, 2016 1.2297 1.2179 1.2327 1.2173 0.93%
Oct 17, 2016 1.2184 1.2186 1.2204 1.2134 -0.02%
Oct 14, 2016 1.2187 1.2257 1.2263 1.2166 -0.55%
Oct 13, 2016 1.2255 1.2206 1.2275 1.2130 0.38%
Oct 12, 2016 1.2208 1.2120 1.2328 1.2102 0.70%
Oct 11, 2016 1.2123 1.2361 1.2377 1.2086 -1.94%
Oct 10, 2016 1.2363 1.2430 1.2453 1.2342 -0.57%
Oct 07, 2016 1.2434 1.2614 1.2626 1.1450 -1.44%
Oct 06, 2016 1.2616 1.2744 1.2761 1.2599 -1.04%
Oct 05, 2016 1.2749 1.2727 1.2772 1.2683 0.16%
Oct 04, 2016 1.2728 1.2840 1.2862 1.2715 -0.90%
Oct 03, 2016 1.2843 1.2938 1.2948 1.2815 -1.02%
Sep 30, 2016 1.2976 1.2967 1.3023 1.2935 0.05%
Sep 29, 2016 1.2970 1.3014 1.3060 1.2950 -0.38%
Sep 28, 2016 1.3019 1.3021 1.3033 1.2977 -0.02%
Sep 27, 2016 1.3022 1.2973 1.3027 1.2934 0.36%
Sep 26, 2016 1.2975 1.2951 1.2988 1.2914 0.01%
Sep 23, 2016 1.2974 1.3069 1.3090 1.2912 -0.80%
Highest: 1.3090 Lowest: 1.1450 Difference: 0.1640 Average: 1.2557 Change %: -6.45

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Latest GBP/USD Comments

Silky Trader
Silky Trader 10 hours ago
short term looks like a buy and i doubt bottom is reached long term so reshort again...
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 10 hours ago
it depends if you like risky buys which i do when others doubt... i bougt friday low with guaranteed stop loss... imo i see no reason why we cant test this level and fail resistance and continue down...
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 10 hours ago
short timeframe this must break for 1,26 to play out
Puvan Eswaran
Puvan Eswaran 10 hours ago
Will it go down on Monday ???
Greg We
Greg We 9 hours ago
I see the h1 as a symmetrical triangle, top trendline is 1.2275 and the bottom trendline is 1.2175.
Greg We
Greg We 9 hours ago
And the daily will either turn into a double top or double bottom soon.
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Ankit Shukla
Ankit Shukla 15 hours ago
There is a huge buildup of long orders around the 1.2180 to 1.2150 area. It seems that the pair will range between 1.2180 to 1.2270 area and any break of these high and lows would provide the short term direction...Source of Analysis for open/pending/limit orders: OANADA and www.mt4i.com ..Next week in my opinion, the big players in the market will drag this pair down until the stop of retail and small traders are triggered and then massive buying that will see the pair at around 1.2270
Greg We
Greg We 15 hours ago
I wrote many months ago about Goldman Sachs forecast for this pair. I stated many months ago we were heading to 1.20 to 1.25. I had many dissenting opinions to say the least..Now let us discuss Goldman Sachs new forecast for the GDP/USD. They are now claiming the pound is still 10 percent over valued. So 1.10 in the future. So if we all held a selling position we would eventually get 1200 pips. .Failure at Goldman Sachs is unacceptable. They have to win and trust me when I tell you, they will do what ever it takes to win.
supermyguel .
supermyguel . 12 hours ago
Same Goldman Sachs that predicted eur/usd parity last year?
Greg We
Greg We 9 hours ago
The same Goldman Sachs that profited off the crash of 08 in a big way.
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