Currency Rates

Please find below the live charts of all the major world currency pairs and their performances against each other. See how the Australian dollar performs against the Japanese Yen and the US dollar, and see what is happening in the GB pound sterling/Euro pair. To change the chart parameters (including time, unit and graph type), just hover your mouse over the designated chart and the control panel will appear.

Click 'options' to change the chart choices you are able to view past performances right back to the last week.

Please Note: These figures are intended as a guide only the rates offered by a bank or merchant may differ.

        

AUD - USD

AUD - JPY

GBP - USD

GBP - EUR

EUR - GBP

EUR - USD

To change graph view and parameters, hover cursor over the chart. You will see the control panel on top right of chart - click on 'OPTIONS' to proceed.

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