Following are Pakistan rupee exchange rates against major currencies on 15th November 2021 Open Market exchange rates as on 15th November 2021 Currency Buying Selling Australian Dollar 127 129 Bahrain Dinar 386.75 388.5… Read More »Pak rupee exchange rates, 15-11-2021
Rupee Exchange Rates
Following are Pakistan rupee exchange rates against major currencies in open market on 19th December 2018. Exchange market has somewhat stabilised and no major depreciation is expected in near future.
Pakistan rupee exchange rates were mostly stable at the end of the day. Following are the open market closing rates on 5th December 2018.
Banks on Monday were compelled to depreciate dollar 3.1% due to panic in the open market. Dollar has lost around 11% since general elections day on 25th July 2018. The US dollar was traded as… Read More »Pak rupee appreciation continues on 31st July 2018
Following is historical chart of rupee exchange rates starting from June-1999. Open market rates slightly differ from inter-bank rates. Click here to view rupee vs euro exchange rates from June 1999 to May 2019 Date… Read More »Historical Chart of Pakistan rupee exchange rate vs euro
Following is historical chart of inter bank exchange rates starting from January-2000. Open market rates slightly differ from inter bank rates. Click here: Pakistan rupee vs UK pound exchange rates from 2000 upto 2012 Click… Read More »Historical chart of Pak rupee exchange rate vs UK pound
KARACHI: The Pakistani rupee on Monday sank to an all-time low against the US dollar over forex reserve fears as the country repaid $146 million to the International Monetary Fund.
The rupee fell to 100.1 to the greenback in trading in Karachi, down from 99.30 on the open market Friday, and has now lost 39 percent of its value against the US currency since March 2008.
“We have traded the dollar at Rs 100.1, although there is a slight difference on the open market,” said currency dealer Mohammad Arshad.
The official inter-bank rate for the dollar is Rs 98, but Mohammad Sohail, who heads brokerage firm Topline Securities, confirmed it had crossed 100 on the open market.
Pakistan had a $10.7 billion IMF loan until September, but had drawn only about a third of it. The government has indicated it would not seek a new loan.Read More »Pakistan rupee sinks below 100 mark against dollar