This data was sourced directly from real UK currency suppliers and shows the actual price of exchanging US dollars to British pounds on any given day.
Over the past 30 days, the US dollar buy back rate has increased by 2.99% against the British pound from 0.8637 on the 3rd September to 0.8895 yesterday. This means US dollars are worth more today compared to one month ago. If you were exchanging 200 USD, you would get approximately £177.90 today which is £5.16 more than you would have got on the 3rd September.
You can compare today's latest buy back rates and sell US dollars on our US dollar buy back page.
How we display buy back rates
You might notice the US dollar rates shown here are different to the US dollar rates offered by currency suppliers on our comparison pages. The rates are actually the same but are just presented in different ways. When we talk about the USD / GBP exchange rate, we show the USD rate relative to the pound so a rate of 0.8895 literally means 1 USD = 0.8895 GBP.
However, UK currency suppliers choose to show this rate in terms of the amount of US dollars you would need to exchange to receive 1 GBP, so (1 /) 0.8895 becomes 1.124. Or put another way, 1.124 USD = 1 GBP. The two rates are interchangeable but currency suppliers prefer to show the second rate which they call the buy back rate.
A snapshot of the US dollar / British pound exchange rate over the past 7 years.
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