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Convert 1 Lebanese Pound (LBP) to Swiss Franc (CHF)

Exchange rates used for currency conversion updated on April 09th 2020 ( 04/09/2020 )

Below you will find the latest exchange rates for exchanging Lebanese Pound (LBP) to Swiss Franc (CHF) , a table containing most common conversions and a chart with the pair's evolution. The Lebanese Pound (LBP) to Swiss Franc (CHF) rates are updated every minute using our advanced technology for live forex currency conversion. Check back in a few days for things to buy with this amount and information about where exactly you can exchange currencies online and offline.

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1 LBP = 0.0006 CHF

The currency exchange rate, calculated between Lebanese Pound and Swiss Franc on 04/09/2020 is 1 LBP = 0.0006 CHF - AVERAGE intraday quotes were used for this currency conversion.

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LBP to CHF Exchange Rate History Chart

Last 7 days History

Date LBP CHF
2020-04-09 1 LBP = 1560.33522 CHF
2020-04-08 1 LBP = 1557.96706 CHF
2020-04-07 1 LBP = 1558.29599 CHF
2020-04-06 1 LBP = 1545.92716 CHF
2020-04-05 1 LBP = 1549.35631 CHF
2020-04-04 1 LBP = 1549.35631 CHF
2020-04-03 1 LBP = 1544.78355 CHF
One year History

About Lebanese Pound (LBP)

As the central bank of Lebanon the Banque du Liban issues the official national currency of Lebanon known as the Lebanese pound. The pound is symbolized with the three letter currency code LBP and in accounting with either of the following monetary signs: "£" or "L£". The pound is also called the livre in French and the lira in Arabic.

The LBP currency in circulation includes banknotes in L£ 1000, L£ 5000, L£ 10,000, L£ 20,000, L£ 50,000, and L£ 100,000 pound denominations and coins in L£ 50, L£ 100, L£ 250, and L£ 500 denominations.

About Swiss Franc (CHF)

CHF represents the Swiss franc in international currency markets where it is the sixth most traded currency and it remains the fifth largest world reserve currency. The CHF is under the monetary policy directives of the Swiss National Bank which has an interpreted mandate of price stability. Once thought of as a safe haven currency the CHF experienced a de facto devaluation in 2011 as the worldwide rush toward safety threatened the underlying Swiss economy.

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