Pound Japanese Yen Rate (GBPJPY)

Here is the current Pound Japanese Yen rate. Foreign exchange rate for GBPJPY including todays high,low and change.

Symbol Price High Low Change
GBPJPY 145.31 145.56 145.27 -0.1610
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Our Pound Japanese Yen Live exchange rates are updated once per minute from 00:00 GMT Monday until 21:00 GMT Friday. The GBPJPY live rate is available 24 hours a day and can be viewed in our exchange rate tables, you can also use our live currency converter tool which allows you to convert currency at current live exchange rates. For forex trading we also provide a currency sentiment indicator on our rate pages, which gives the user a quick view of the general sentiment on popular currency rates.

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Pound Japanese Yen News

GBPJPY on a Sideways Move; 23.6% Fibonacci Appears to be Strong Support

GBPJPY has been on a sideways move for the most part of the week as the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement level of the upleg from 132.48 to 148.85, around 145.00 and the 200-day simple moving average seem ...


FxWirePro: Buy GBPJPY above 146.30

GBPJPY has halted its 2 days of loosing streak and shown a minor recovery from low of 145.98. the decline was due to weakness in pound sterling against all majors on Brexit uncertainty.It is currently ...


GBPJPY May Break out from Symmetrical Triangle at $145 Price Level

The breakout of the price at the upper trend line will place the price at $140 – $150 while the breakout at the lower trend line of the triangle will decline the price to $143 price level.


Top 5 Events: March UK Inflation & GBPJPY Price Forecast

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GBP/JPY Price Forecast – British pound meanders on Friday

The British pound did very little against the Japanese yen during trading on Friday, but that’s not a huge surprise considering that it was Good Friday and the lot of bankers would have been away.