Pakistani Rupee to Euro on April 30, 2022

Pakistani Rupee to Euro on April 30, 2022

KARACHI: The exchange rates for the Euro (EUR) in Pakistani Rupee (PKR) in the open market on April 30, 2022, are as follows:

Buying Rate: Rs 198.50 per Euro

Selling Rate: Rs 200.50 per Euro

These rates represent the amounts at which exchange companies or banks buy and sell Euros to customers. The buying rate indicates the amount of PKR an exchange company or bank offers when purchasing Euros from a customer. Conversely, the selling rate shows the amount of PKR required to buy one Euro from an exchange company or bank. These rates were last updated at 07:06 AM Pakistan Standard Time (PST).

Understanding Exchange Rates

Exchange rates are determined by the forces of supply and demand in the open market. They are not fixed by any central authority but fluctuate based on various economic factors and market conditions.

Factors Influencing EUR/PKR Exchange Rates

Several key factors influence the buying and selling rates of the Euro against the Pakistani Rupee:

1. Foreign Exchange Reserves: The level of foreign exchange reserves held by the State Bank of Pakistan can significantly impact exchange rates. Higher reserves generally lead to a more stable PKR.

2. Inflation Rates: Differences in inflation rates between Pakistan and the Eurozone can affect the exchange rate. Higher inflation in Pakistan can devalue the PKR relative to the Euro.

3. Interest Rates: Interest rate differentials between the Eurozone and Pakistan can influence investor behavior. Higher interest rates in the Eurozone can attract capital inflows, strengthening the Euro.

4. Political Stability: Political events and stability in Pakistan can significantly affect investor confidence and the value of the currency.

5. Economic Indicators: Economic indicators such as GDP growth, trade balance, and employment rates in both the Eurozone and Pakistan can impact exchange rates. Positive economic indicators in Pakistan can strengthen the PKR.

6. Global Economic Conditions: The global economic environment, including trends in major economies and commodity prices, can influence exchange rates. For instance, changes in oil prices can affect Pakistan’s trade balance and its currency value.

Market Dynamics

The open market rates are subject to rapid changes due to speculative activities, news, and geopolitical developments. Exchange companies and banks continuously update their rates to reflect the current market conditions. Consumers and businesses closely monitor these rates for various purposes, including travel, remittances, and import-export transactions.


In summary, the buying and selling rates for the Euro in the Pakistani open market are Rs 198.50 and Rs 200.50 respectively as of April 30, 2022. These rates are determined by a complex interplay of local and global economic factors and are crucial for financial planning and decision-making for individuals and businesses alike.