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GBP/HKD Exchange Rate

Great Britain Pound
Market Cap USD
24h Vol (Global) USD
Circulating Supply GBP
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Explore the Great Britain Pound/Honkong Dollar live chart. With this interactive tool, you can review the price of GBP/HKD, analyze rate trends in real time, track the GBP/HKD pair exchange rate in historic terms, and build your trading strategy to trade GBP/HKD with leverage on PrimeXBT.

Great Britain Pound-Honkong Dollar (GBP/HKD)

The GBP/HKD chart depicts the exchange rate between the British pound and the Hong Kong dollar. It shows how much the GBP is worth in HKD terms. The GBP/HKD is a unique currency pair that isn't as widely traded as the majors but is still popular among traders. The British pound is the world's fourth most traded currency, also known as "cable" or "sterling." The official currency of Hong Kong is the Hong Kong dollar, which is issued under the supervision of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the local regulator. Follow the GBP/HKD exchange rate and learn more about this interesting trade vehicle.

Currency Information

Great Britain Pound

The British pound sterling (GBP) is the official currency of the United Kingdom, the British Overseas Territories of South Georgia, South Sandwich Islands, and British Antarctic Territory, as well as the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands, which are crown dependencies of the United Kingdom. The symbol "£" denotes that it is divided into 100 pennies. Since it was first subdivided in Wales in 730, sterling has been the currency of England and the United Kingdom.

Honkong Dollar

The Hong Kong dollar (HK$; code: HKD) is the official currency of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It's broken down into 100 cents and 1000 mils. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority is in charge of Hong Kong's monetary policy and the Hong Kong dollar.

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