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Today Internationally Dollar Position And Currency Rates In Pakistan

Today Internationally currency rate in Pakistan according to international currencies as of 8th November 2022. The latest prices of USD to PKR, EUR to PKR, GBP to PKR, AUD to PKR are given at this page. These currency prices are provided by open market currency exchange dealers, and currency rates in Pakistan are updated four times every day to keep them fresh and relevant for users.

Today Currency Rate in Pakistan

Currency Buying Selling
Australian Dollar (AUD) 143.34 PKR 144.59 PKR
Bahrain Dinar (BHD) 590.22 PKR 594.72 PKR
British Pound (GBP) 266.50 PKR 269.00 PKR
Canadian Dollar (CAD) 164.64 PKR 165.99 PKR
Chinese Yuan (CNY) 30.86 PKR 31.11 PKR
Danish Krone (DKK) 29.70 PKR 30.05 PKR
Euro (EUR) 233.00 PKR 233.25 PKR
Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) 28.27 PKR 28.62 PKR
Indian Rupee (INR) 2.71 PKR 2.79 PKR
Japanese Yen (JPY) 1.53 PKR 1.58 PKR
Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD) 714.26 PKR 719.26 PKR
Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) 46.74 PKR 47.19 PKR
New Zealand Dollar (NZD) 131.55 PKR 132.75 PKR
Norwegians Krone (NOK) 21.66 PKR 21.96 PKR
Omani Riyal (OMR) 576.72 PKR 581.22 PKR
Qatari Riyal (QAR) 60.97 PKR 61.47 PKR
Saudi Riyal (SAR) 62.90 PKR 63.50 PKR
Singapore Dollar (SGD) 158.11 PKR 159.41 PKR
Swedish Krona (SEK) 20.31 PKR 20.61 PKR
Swiss Franc (CHF) 222.36 PKR 224.11 PKR
Thai Bhat (THB) 5.95 PKR 6.05 PKR
U.S. Dollar (USD) 225.50 PKR 227.75 PKR
UAE Dirham (AED) 65.20 PKR 65.80 PKR

The rates are provided by local Forex Market and Local exchanges of Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Quetta, Faisalabad, Multan, Gujranwala, Sialkot and Islamabad.

Currency rates are updated on this page four times a day, if you need more updated currency rates in Pakistan than visit the our business section.

You can also check the current Gold Rates in Pakistan, Open Market Currency Rates, Interbank Currency Rates and Foreign Exchange Forex Rates

While Today Internationally dollar index steadied above 110 on Tuesday after declining for two straight sessions of currency , as investors looked ahead to the US midterm elections that could sway future economic policy. Markets also await key US inflation data later this week that could influence the size of the Federal Reserve’s rate hike in December.

Markets are currently priced for a more moderate half percentage point rate increase next month, but a hotter-than-anticipated US CPI report on Thursday could fuel bets for another supersized 75 basis point rate hike.

The dollar held recent declines against other major currencies including the euro, sterling, aussie and kiwi. Meanwhile, the greenback continued to trade sideways against the yen amid fears of another intervention from Japanese authorities, while it strengthened slightly against the yuan due to lingering uncertainties about China’s zero-Covid policy.

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