Foreign currency rates in PKR – October 03, 2022

Foreign currency rates in PKR – October 03, 2022

On October 03, 2022, the open market for foreign currency rates against the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) were updated at 09:00 AM Pakistan Standard Time. Below are the details of the buying and selling for various foreign currency rates:

The US Dollar (USD) saw a buying rate of PKR 227.50 and a selling rate of PKR 229.50. The Saudi Riyal (SAR) was available for purchase at PKR 60.45 and sold at PKR 61.45. The UAE Dirham (AED) recorded a buying rate of PKR 62.10 and a selling rate of PKR 64.10.

The Euro (EUR) was bought at PKR 223.00 and sold at PKR 227.50, while the UK Pound (GBP) had a buying rate of PKR 253.50 and a selling rate of PKR 258.50. The Japanese Yen (JPY) showed a buying rate of PKR 1.55 and a selling rate of PKR 1.57.

The Swiss Franc (CHF) had buying and selling rates of PKR 229.16 and PKR 230.16, respectively. The Danish Krone (DKK) was bought at PKR 29.73 and sold at PKR 29.83. The Norwegian Krone (NOK) was available for purchase at PKR 20.57 and sold at PKR 20.67.

For the Swedish Krona (SEK), the buying rate was PKR 20.22 and the selling rate was PKR 20.32. The Australian Dollar (AUD) had a buying rate of PKR 144.50 and a selling rate of PKR 149.50, while the Canadian Dollar (CAD) recorded rates of PKR 164.00 for buying and PKR 169.00 for selling.

The Indian Rupee (INR) had a buying rate of PKR 2.30 and a selling rate of PKR 2.60. The Chinese Yuan (CNY) showed buying and selling rates of PKR 32.00 and PKR 34.00, respectively. Lastly, the Afghan Afghani (AFN) was bought at PKR 2.00 and sold at PKR 2.30.

These foreign currency rates are crucial for traders, businesses, and individuals dealing in foreign currency rates. The foreign currency rates reflect the fluctuating dynamics of international markets and the value of the Pakistani Rupee in comparison to other currencies. Monitoring these foreign currency rates helps in making informed decisions regarding currency exchange, investments, and international trade.

The continuous updates in the foreign currency rates signify the ever-changing nature of the global economy and the impact of various economic factors. Keeping track of these rates is essential for anyone involved in financial activities across borders.