"Buy Yak at 200p" (what does the p stand for?)

English translation: price 200 pence

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English term or phrase:price 200p
English translation:price 200 pence
Entered by: Ian Wrentmore

16:46 Nov 24, 2006
English to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Fundamental and technical analysis, stock market
English term or phrase: "Buy Yak at 200p" (what does the p stand for?)
does the p stand for pence, pound, points or percentage?
sofiesteurs
Local time: 04:53
200 pence
Explanation:
Pence. Pounds is never written as 'p'.
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Ian Wrentmore
Local time: 03:53
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Thanks Ian
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4 +10200 pence
Ian Wrentmore


  

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200p
200 pence


Explanation:
Pence. Pounds is never written as 'p'.

Ian Wrentmore
Local time: 03:54
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Thanks Ian

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