Following are rupee exchange rates against major currencies on 22nd January 2010.Read More »Pakistan rupee exchange rates and gold prices-22-Jan-2010
Rupee Exchange Rates
Pakistan rupee exchange rates
By Shahid Iqbal
KARACHI: The rupee fell to a record low against the dollar on Monday while it already lost almost Re1 since the private sector was given sole responsibility to pay the entire oil bills.Read More »Pakistan rupee falls to record 84.57 against dollar-5-JAN-2010
17th November 2009
By Samia Saleem
KARACHI: Gold price scaled a fresh high on Tuesday to reach Rs36,150 per tola, marking an increase of Rs300 in a day.
The value of gold in the local markets is now Rs300 higher than Dubai. “This happened due to rising demand of gold in the country,” said Haji Haroon Chand, President of All Sindh Saaraf and Jewellers Association.Read More »Gold climbs to Rs36150 per tola in Pakistani Markets
KARACHI: The rupee maintained stability versus the American currency in the interbank market, dealers said on Friday. Read More »Gold prices & Pakistan rupee exchange rates on 16th October 2009
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… Read More »Historical chart of Pakistan rupee exchange rate vs US dollar
KARACHI, April 29 (APP): Following are the closing rates of Foreign Currencies (F.C) in kerb currency market,issued here on Wednesday by Forex Association of Pakistan. Read More »Pakistan rupee exchange rates and gold prices- 29-Apr-09
Following are interbank rupee exchange rates and gold prices on 10th April, 2009.
Dollar dominates rupee
KARACHI: The dollar continued to dominate the rupee in the interbank market, dealers said on Wednesday.
The greenback was up by seven paisas against the rupee during the day. The dollar started the day’s trading at Rs 80.51 for buying and after gaining strength closed at Rs 80.58 for buying and Rs 80.63 for selling.
However, the European single currency continued its downward trend for the second consecutive session as the rupee incurred a gain of 92 paisas during the day. The euro commenced the day’s trading at Rs 109.36 for buying and after losing strength closed at Rs 108.44 for buying and Rs 108.64 for selling. Read More »Pakistan rupee exchange rates and gold prics on 26-Mar-09