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Our euro to pound exchange rate tools provide the exchange rate as of 12:50 PM on 11th April 2023, as well as a conversion table, a 7-day, and 3-month exchange rate history. This data allows you to stay up-to-date with the daily EUR to GBP exchange rate.
Below you can see the EUR to GBP rate as of 12:50 PM on 11th April 2023
The euro to pound (EUR/GBP) Exchange Rate as of 12:50 PM on 11th April 2023 is 1 EUR = 0.8896 GBP
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|What is the Euro rate against the pound today?|
|One Euro is worth 0.8896 GBP today|
|Is the Euro going up or down against the pound?|
|Today’s EUR/GBP exchange rate is (0.8896) compared to yesterday’s EURGBP rate (0.8771).|
|What is 50 EUR converted to pounds?|
|50 Euros buys 44.48 pounds at the current Euro to pound exchange rate.|
|What affects the EUR to GBP exchange rate?
|The Euro to pound sterling exchange rate is volatile and impacted by various conditions, such as economic and political factors. Investors look for evidence of economic stability and respond, which influences the rate, resulting in exchange rate fluctuations.|
|Which countries use the Euro?
|The Euro is the currency of 19 EU member countries that make up the Eurozone. Although all EU countries are part of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), 19 of them have replaced their national currencies with the Euro. The countries that use the Euro are: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Southern Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.|