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    How much was 100 pounds 1950?

    £100 in 1950 is equivalent in purchasing power to about £3,651.14 today, an increase of £3,551.14 over 72 years. The pound had an average inflation rate of 5.12% per year between 1950 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,551.14%. In the same way, What currency is worth the most? The Kuwaiti dinar (KWD) […] More

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    What is the weakest currency in the world?

    Venezuelan Bolivar- The Weakest Currency Of The World. The Venezuelan Bolivar ranks as the weakest currency of the world with some of the highest exchange rates. … Iranian Rial. … Vietnamese Dong. … Indonesian Rupiah. … Sierra Leonean Leone Currency. … Laotian Kip Currency. … Uzbekistani Som Currency. … Guinean Franc Currency. In the same […] More

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    Is pound stronger than dollar?

    Yes, the British pound is always worth more than the U.S. dollar and has historically been so. It has never been worth less than the U.S. dollar, though the gap in value has significantly closed over time as the British pound depreciated significantly in the 20th century. In the same way, Who has the strongest […] More