Historical chart of Pakistan rupee exchange rate vs US dollar 62


Following is the chart of rupee exchange rates against US dollar. It is interesting to see that between 2001 and 2007, the exchange rate remained almost the same but with the start of rise in oil prices and lawyers movement in Pakistan, the rupee totally collapsed.

In my personnel opinion, the major contributory factor in damaging the Pakistan economy is the lawyer’s movement otherwise, we would have managed to cope with the high oil prices and world economic crisis.

In coming days and months, a lot of money inflow is expected but I am afraid, the financial mismanagement will eat up all those resources as well.

Some experts claim that by the end of 2018, exchange rate will reach 140 Pakistan rupees per dollar. Do you agree?
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Also read:Dollar rate hits Rs-134 on 9th October 2018

Click here:Rupee falls further on 16th July 2018

Also Read: Rupee-exchange-rates-against-major-currencies-30-11-2018

Click here for year wise exchange rate vs dollar starting from 1948-2009

 Monthly Chart from May 2008
DateCurrencySelling Buying
9-May-08US$67.567.3
9-Jun-08US$67.4567.25
9-Jul-08US$71.271
9-Augl-08US$72.472.2
9-Sep-08US$76.276
9-Oct-08US$79.4579.25
10-Nov-08US$81.180.9
11-Dec–08US$78.778.5
9-Jan–09US$7978.8
9-Feb-09US$79.479.2
9-Mar-09US$80.680.4
9-Apr-09US$80.580.3
9-May-09US$80.3580.15
4-Jun-09US$80.680.4
9-Jul-09US$81.581.3
8-Aug-09US$82.382.1
8-Sep-09US$83.182.9
8-Oct-09US$83.283
10-Nov-09US$83.683.4
8-Dec-09US$84.183.9
8-Jan-10US$84.8584.65
8-Feb-10US$8584.8
8-Mar-10US$84.7584.55
8-Apr-10US$83.683.4
7-May-10US$84.2584.05
8-Jun-10US$85.4585.25
8-Jul-10US$85.785.5
9-Aug-10US$85.985.7
8-Sep-10US$85.9585.75
8-Oct-10US$85.8585.65
8-Nov-10US$85.5585.35
8-Dec-10US$85.7585.55
8-Jan-11US$85.885.6
10-Feb-11US$85.2585.05
10-Mar-11US$85.385.1
9-Apr-11US$85.184.9
10-May-11US$84.8584.65
10-Jun-11US$85.785.5
1-Jul-11US$85.9585.75
1-Aug-11US$86.686.4
6-Sep-11US$87.587.3
2-Oct-11US$87.387.1
2-Nov-11US$86.286
2-Dec-11US$88.688.4
6-Jan-12US$90.390.1
9-Feb-12US$ 90.5 90.3
12-Mar-12US$ 90.7 90.5
9-Apr-12US$ 90.75 90.55
7-May-12US$ 90.7 90.5
12-Jun-12US$ 94.2 94
13-Jul-12US$ 94.3 94.1
1-Aug-12US$ 94.73 94.68
6-Sep-12US$ 94.65 94.45
2-Oct-12US$ 94.80 94.60
2-Nov-12US$ 95.6 95.4
7-Dec-12US$ 96.5 96.3
18-Dec-12US$9897.8
18-Jan-13US$ 97.71 97.5
11-Feb-13US$ 97.9 97.7
28-Mar-13US$ 98.3 98.1
18-Apr-13US$ 98.398.1
7-Jun-13US$ 98.25 98.05
18-Jul-13US$ 100.75 100.55
27-Jul-13US$ 101.43 101.38
7-Aug-13US$ 102.31 102.26
4-Sep-13US$ 104.60 104.40
24-Sep-13US$ 105.90 105.80
13-Nov-13US$ 107.2 107
9-Dec-13US$ 106.3 108.1
7-Mar-14US$103.4103.2
12-Mar-14US$ 99.30 99.10
13-Mar-14US$ 98.00 97.80
27-Mar-14US$ 97.90 97.70
3-May-14US$ 98.20 98.00
13-Jun-14US$ 98.3 98.1
23-Aug-14US$ 101.50 101.25
 10-Sep-14US$ 101.70 101.5
 12-Sep-14US$ 102.20 102.00
 31-Oct-14US$ 103.00 102.80
 5-Jun-15US$ 101.8 101.6
 25-Aug-15US$ 104.1 103.9
 20-Nov-15US$ 105.20 105.00
4-Jul-16US$ 104.5 104.3
 17-Sep-16US$ 104.4 104.2
 1-Dec-16US$ 104.60 104.40
 17-Feb-17US$ 104.60 104.40
 5-Jul-17US$ 104.80 104.60
 6-Jul-17US$ 107.40 107.20
 7-Jul-17US$ 105.60 105.40
 28-Jul-17US$ 105.50 105.30
 13-Oct-17US$ 105.55 105.35
 10-Nov-17US$ 105.55 105.35
 12-Dec-17US$ 108.20 108.00
14-Dec-17US$110.01109.8

From now on both, Interbank and open market rates will be mentioned.

DATECURRENCYINTERBANK RATESOPEN MARKKET RATES
BUYINGSELLINGBUYINGSELLING
20-Mar-2018US$110.30110.70114.80115.20
 21-Mar-2018 US$ 114 114.20 115.10 115.20
 26-Mar-2018 US$ 114.40 115.40 114.50 115.50
 30-Mar-2018 US$ 115.48 115.51 115.80 116.30
 2-Apr-2018 US$ 115.49 115.57 116.00 116.30
 13-Apr-2018 US$ 115.61 115.62 116.60 116.90
 19-Apr-2018 US$ 115.50 115.70 117.40 117.70
 23-Apr-2018 US$ 115.50 115.70 118.00 118.30
 25-Apr-2018 US$115.50115.70 118.70 118.40
23-May-2018US$115.26115.70118.10117.70
31-May-2016US$115.61115.62119.30118.80
11-Jun-2018US$119.50120.00119.50121.00
12-Jun-2018US$119.75120.25121.00122.00
14-Jun-2018US$121.00121.50122.50123.50
20-Jun-2018US$121.30121.50123.50124.50
24-Jun-2018US$121.52121.55124.00124.50
2-July-2018US$121.50121.52124.50125.00
16-July-2018US$127.50128.50128.50129.00
20-July-2018US$128.49128.51130.00130.50
28-July-2018US$127.80127.90126.50127.50
30-July-2018US$124.25124.75121.00122.00
3-Aug-2018US$124.05124.10123.00124.00
15-Aug-2018US$123.90124.10121.70122.50
27-Aug-2018US$124.10124.30123.50124.50
5-Sep-2018US$124.10124.30124.20125.00
28-Sep-2018US$124.10124.30125.80126.30
2-Oct-2018US$124.10124.30127.50128.00
9-Oct-2018US$135.20136.50133.25134.50
10-Oct-2018US$133.70133.80134.00135.00
12-Oct-2018US$131.00132.00131.50132.50
18-Oct-2018US$133.50133.70135.04135.89
24-OCT-2018US$131.00132.00132.50133.00
15-Nov-2018US$133.99134.00134.30134.70
30-Nov-2018US$138.75139.25134.90135.40
03-Dec-2018US$137.00138.00137.00138.00
05-Dec-2018US$137.79137.81138.00138.80
13-Dec-2018US$138.89138.91139.00139.50

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62 thoughts on “Historical chart of Pakistan rupee exchange rate vs US dollar

  • Mairaj Alam

    You argument is weak. Musharraf artificially inflated the PRK value and held it for years. After his departure the market correction took place. You will see this will happen again once current Nawaz Sharif government is ousted.

  • Khalil

    Allah kary wo munafiq musharraf aagha khani kuttay ki mot nanga mary. Kutty or khinzeer us ko nanga noch noch kr khay’n.
    Aammeen.
    Musharraf ka anjam boht bura hoga. Us ki aakhirat tabah o barbad ho. Aap musharraf ki himayat na kijye warna aap k emaan ko b shak ha.

  • mogamboo

    thinking of transferring us dollars to pakistan lets say a million usd at todays exc rate of 100 pkr per usd quite not sure if keeping in a bank at interest rate of 6% (open daily profit account) after converting usd to pkr wud be a good decision or not well i must say i am really bad in doin profit maths wat do u all think shd be done hold on to dollars at no interest or convert into pkr wid 6 % interest thnx

    • Javed

      Rahim Bhabi this from Akbar is a naked cheating alurment. Please delete it fromt the site immediately before someone gets frauded.

  • Faisal Bashir

    All of you just sit back and think for some seconds !

    This page was providing dollar vs rupee trend for last 10 years and you all folks start fighting I dont know on what point . . .

    This is the just real face of “Great Pakistani Nation” where 20 people cant agree on 1 point !

    I am ashamed to see all this because I am Pakistani too . . .

  • mona

    dear raheem
    A O A
    thanks you can provide a lot of information about different things like history and other but kindly you can provide me 2010_12 budget or the comparision between the previous budget
    please i shall be very thankfull
    because i need it >>>>.

  • Asad Aman

    Dear Abdul Raheem
    A-O-A
    Thanks, I have got information about Dollar rate history against Pak Rupee but i need Dollar rates history from 1960 to 2011 with monthly change schedule in Pak Rupee. Can you provide me i shall be very thankful to you.

    Asad Aman

  • Shafiq

    We divided muslims as Pakistanis, Indians, Arabs and others. The solution to the “whole” problem is what Iqbal stated from Quran beautifully.

    فرد قائم ربط ملت سے، تنہا کچھ ہے نہیں
    موج ہے دریا میں، اور بیرون دریا کچھ نہیں

    Translation:
    The individual remains steadfast only
    With, the bond of community;
    Alone he is nowhere Like a wave in the ocean, But outside nothing.

    Until then, God bless us.

  • Obaid

    Hi

    I need Pak rupee exchange rate to US Dollar from Jan 2000 to Dec 2004 (month wise for every year) and also need Pak exports in US Dollar (in million) from Jan 2000 to Dec 2004 (month wise for every year).

    Please email this data to me at your earliest. As have to finish my report on Pakistan Economy Trend in last decade.

    Looking forward for your support and cooperation.

    Thanks

    Kind regard
    Obaid

  • Afgahnistan

    You seem to be living not only in ??????????????? Paradise but also seem to be away……………………………from Logic. What MQM did with you?………………… Ask your self.

  • Afgahnistan

    Mr Azmat Elahi,
    Your comments are full of statements with out any support. MQM was funded by Your Favorite Zia Ul Haq. Can you support your statements with tangible data?
    You seem to be another One MR KNOW ALL. MR RIGHT.