All figures shown are “interbank” exchange rates, which are an indication of the market and should be used for informational purposes only.
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Central bank interest rates
Interest rates affect the currency markets and economic performance of a region, which are key factors that can cause exchange rate fluctuations.
Bank of England (GBP)
Federal Reserve (USD)
Swiss National Bank (CHF)
Bank of Canada (CAD)
European Central Bank (EUR)
Bank of Japan (JPY)
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (NZD)
Reserve Bank of Australia (AUD)
Key dates in February 2017
Key data releases from institutions reflect the economic stability of a region; affecting market confidence and the value of that region’s currency, causing rate fluctuations.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney Speaks
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi Speaks
EU Membership Vote in Parliament
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Speaks
Inflation Report Hearing