CAD to GBP

Exchange rate, the price for which Canadian Dollar is exchanged for British Pound.

As of 2017-12-11, 100 CAD = 58.20 GBP which also means 100 Canadian Dollar = 58.20 British Pound

100 Canadian Dollar to British Pound exchange rates

Canadian Dollar Converter Close Change Return
1 CAD to GBP 0.5820 trending_up 0.0004 0.0719%
1 CAD to GBP 0.5816 trending_up 0.0030 0.5203%
1 CAD to GBP 0.5786 trending_down -0.0059 -1.0135%
1 CAD to GBP 0.5845 trending_down -0.0063 -1.0592%
1 CAD to GBP 0.5908 trending_up 0.0013 0.2159%
1 CAD to GBP 0.5895 trending_up 0.0054 0.9259%

100 Canadian Dollar to British Pound chart

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