GBP/DKK trend & alerts
1 GBP = 8.6502 DKK
GBP/DKK Exchange Rates and Providers Compared
This guide to the British Pound Sterling to Danish Krone exchange rate with 90-day chart & alerts, historic rates, forecasts and GBP to DKK comparison tables for foreign transfers and travel money rates and fees on offer by banks and foreign exchange providers. Calculate amounts and rate margins with the GBP/DKK Calculator.
GBP / DKK converter & margin calculator
British Pound Sterling
|1 GBP||8.6502 DKK|
|5 GBP||43.25 DKK|
|10 GBP||86.50 DKK|
|20 GBP||173.00 DKK|
|50 GBP||432.51 DKK|
|100 GBP||865.02 DKK|
|250 GBP||2,162.55 DKK|
|500 GBP||4,325.10 DKK|
|1,000 GBP||8,650.20 DKK|
|2,000 GBP||17,300.40 DKK|
|5,000 GBP||43,251.00 DKK|
|10,000 GBP||86,502.00 DKK|
|50,000 GBP||432,510.00 DKK|
|100,000 GBP||865,020.00 DKK|
British Pound Sterling
|0.1156 GBP||1 DKK|
|0.5780 GBP||5 DKK|
|1.1560 GBP||10 DKK|
|2.3120 GBP||20 DKK|
|5.7800 GBP||50 DKK|
|11.56 GBP||100 DKK|
|28.90 GBP||250 DKK|
|57.80 GBP||500 DKK|
|115.60 GBP||1,000 DKK|
|231.20 GBP||2,000 DKK|
|578.00 GBP||5,000 DKK|
|1,156.00 GBP||10,000 DKK|
|5,780.00 GBP||50,000 DKK|
|11,560.00 GBP||100,000 DKK|
|Country Guides (GBP & DKK)|
|United Kingdom (GBP)||Denmark (DKK)||Faroe Islands (DKK)|
|Greenland (DKK)||Guernsey (GBP)||Isle of Man (GBP)|
|Jersey (GBP)||South Georgia And South Sandwich Islands (GBP)|
GBP/DKK - Historical Trends
This table shows historic rates and trends of British Pound Sterling to Danish Krone over periods upto 10 years.
|1 Day||+1.3%||8.5413||14 Oct 2019|
|7 Day||+3.9%||8.3280||08 Oct 2019|
|30 Day||+2.8%||8.4197||15 Sep 2019|
|3 Month||+4.6%||8.2698||17 Jul 2019|
|1 Year||+2.1%||8.4730||15 Oct 2018|
|5 Year||-7.6%||9.3667||16 Oct 2014|
|10 Year||+5.9%||8.1687||17 Oct 2009|
*For period to 15-Oct 21UTC when GBP/DKK was 8.6531
You can use our GBP interactive charts to check GBPDKK historic trends.
GBP and DKK in the Markets
When determining the best time to make a foreign exchange transaction, in this case the GBP vs DKK, you should pay attention to the recent market trends for both currencies.
British Pound Sterling (GBP)
On October 11 the pound had a large one-day rise against the Euro with signs that the EU and UK could still get a Brexit deal ahead of the October 31 deadline. Pound valuations will continue to fluctuate based on Brexit No-deal, Deal and Remain probabilities. No-deal prospects may increase if, as is widely expected, ardent Brexiteer Boris Johnson becomes the UK’s next prime minister. However, some banks argue that Johnson’s appointment would make little difference to no-deal or remain probabilities.
The pound is unlikely to receive much in the way of meaningful respite until November, analysts say, when hopefully the UK-EU Brexit arrangement, or lack thereof, is known (Boris Johnson insists that the UK will not seek any further Article 50 extensions beyond the October-31 deadline).
The pound would be doing far worse if it weren't receiving some support from the Bank of England which, surprisingly, is the only major central bank still considering higher interest rates in 2019.
By some margin, the pound was the worst-performing major currency in the second quarter. It slipped in late June to multi-month lows against a number of important currencies, including the Australian dollar, New Zealand dollar, euro, Canadian dollar and Swiss franc.
Read more in the article GBP Forecasts.
Danish Krone (DKK)
Against the US dollar, the Danish krone struck a 2-year low in May, at kr6.724 per USD, though that mostly reflected the greenback’s broad-based strength.
Like the euro to which it is pegged, against the pound, the krone experienced a record 14-day winning streak in May, and at the time of writing it remained near 4-month highs, at kr8.47.
In May, currency forecasts from Deutsche Bank implied more krone depreciation. The bank thinks USD/DKK could exceed kr6.8 over the summer, with key drivers being the US-China trade war, Brexit and Italian risks.
Also in May, Lloyds’ revised forecasts implied GBP/DKK rates near kr8.8 at year-end, though that could be much lower if Theresa May is replaced as UK PM by a hardline Brexiteer.
Why can't I just get the GBP/DKK market rate I see online or in the media?
The mid-rate is the rate you will see quoted online or the news. It is actually just the half-way point (hence mid-rate) between the last rate at which the GBP / DKK was traded (bought or sold) in the international markets.
All foreign exchange providers charge a fee for providing their service and this fee is usually contained within the exchange rate margin (or difference to the mid-rate). Some providers such as Transferwise will quote you the mid-rate (or close to) and charge a separate percentage fee.
Getting a good market rate is mainly about timing however the transaction margin you end up being charged can be considerably reduced by around a few percent (of total amount being exchanged) for travel money and possibly over 5% to 6% when sending money. The exact potential savings depends on the currencies being exchanged and the amount you are transferring and if you are willing to shop around.
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