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01 Apr, 2015 Currency Rate in Pakistan - Now Pakistani rupees shows a significant positive strength over US$ dollar in open market. Currently, US$ dollar buying price is 101.90 and selling price is 102.15 for exchange in open market. Everybody can find major currency exchange rates and its converted rates in Pakistani rupees. Moreover, find fresh and updated selling and buying rates of US$ dollar here. The following table of currency open market page shows all international major currency rates in Pakistani rupees. The currency page is keep displaying current time exchange rates of all major currencies in Pakistani rupees with currency symbols and currency real time buying and selling price such as; US$ dollar, €-Euro (EU), £-British Pound (GBP), AED-UAE Dirham, SAR-Saudi Arabian Riyal, and CAD$-Canadian Dollar. For the easiness of users of this website, the currency converter is also available on this page for converting or calculating different countries currencies. is also provides free SMS alerts services of currency rates in Pakistan for all mobile phone users in Pakistan. Read more
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Pakistan Open Market Forex Rates [April 01 2015, 15:20 PST (GMT+5)]
 U.S. DollarUSD102.35102.60
 Euro EUR110.25110.50
 British Pound GBP150.85151.10
 UAE Dirham AED27.7027.95
 Saudi RiyalSAR27.1027.35
 Kuwaiti DinarKWD338.50338.75
 Canadian Dollar CAD80.2580.50
 Australian Dollar AUD77.6077.85
 Omani RiyalOMR264.40264.65
 Japanese YenJPY0.850.87
 Malaysian RinggitMYR27.2527.50
 Qatari RiyalQAR27.7727.97
 Bahrain DinarBHD270.00270.25
 Thai BhatTHB3.123.13
 Chinese Yuan CNY16.3816.43
 Hong Kong Dollar HKD13.0513.15
 Danish Krone DKK14.5014.65
 New Zealand DollarNZD75.8076.05
 Singapore DollarSGD73.5573.80
 Norwegians KroneNOK12.4512.60
 Swedish Krona SEK11.6811.83
 Swiss Franc CHF104.80105.05
 Indian RupeeINR1.621.63
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USD $ Rate Today in Pakistan - Find live and fresh currency exchange rates of all major currencies at efforts to collect real time currency exchange through many reliable sources including visits to some nearby exchange companies in Karachi, and updated fresh currency rates on site daily basis. Although we try to make sure our currency exchange rates in Pakistan are correct, it is possible it may differs from market rates. Forex rates page in finance section of Pakbiz.con is designed to provide individuals or investors who specially doing online trading in forex exchange rates in Pakistan. provides fresh and up to date currency exchange prices in Pakistan of open market, inter banks and international forex currency rates. Individuals or investors of online currency trading can get exchange rates of Pakistan against world major currencies including American US$, Saudi Arabian Riyals, UAE Dirham, Kuwaiti Dinar, Euro Region major currency euro, Japanese Yen, Chinese, Yaun, British Pound Sterling in Pakistani Pkr rupees . Individuals or investors may also find currency exchange rates archives or history, and also up to date from today’s open market currency exchange rates, dollar rates, forex articles & graphs for major cities of Pakistan such as; open market currency rates in Karachi, exchange rates of Pakistan in Lahore, money exchange rates in Islamabad and foreign exchange rates in Rawalpindi respectively.

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Total fx reserves stood at US$16.132bn on March 20, 2015, posting a decline of US$142mn compared to previous US$16.274bn. SBP’s reserves also slid 1.4% to US$11.06bn owing to external debt repayments.
Sabir Sharif Tue 31 Mar, 2015

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 14 of the Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962), and in super session of the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) No.28/2015-CUSTOMS (N.T.), dated the 5th March, 2015 vide number S.O.566 , dated the 5th March, 2015, except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such super session, the Central Board of Excise and Customs hereby determines that the rate of exchange of conversion of each of the foreign currency specified in column (2) of each of Schedule I and Schedule II annexed hereto into Indian currency or vice versa shall, with effect from 20th March, 2015 be the rate mentioned against it in the corresponding entry in column (3) thereof, for the purpose of the said section, relating to imported and export goods.
Babar Shakeel Tue 31 Mar, 2015

muhammad numan Mon 30 Mar, 2015

Sand me rayal rate .
ibrar Mon 23 Mar, 2015

International investment are welcome but hope for better Pakistan. Pakistan has received foreign direct investment (FDI) of US$615.4mn in 8MFY15, which is 3.8% less than the FDI received during 8MFY14. FDI in February was US$74.9mn compared to net flows of US$86.8mn in the preceding month.
Inam Abdullah Thu 19 Mar, 2015

Pakistan has received foreign direct investment (FDI) of US$615.4mn in 8MFY15, which is 3.8% less than the FDI received during 8MFY14. FDI in February was US$74.9mn compared to net flows of US$86.8mn in the preceding month.
Najeeb Ahmed Thu 19 Mar, 2015

The Chinese yuan or renminbi has become the world's second most powerful currency even though it recently weakened against the US dollar, says Yi Gang, director of China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange and deputy governor of the People's Bank of China, according to Shanghai's National Business Daily. Since Chinese New Year, the renminbi has weakened against the dollar for successive days, prompting concerns that the currency may keep depreciating. Yi weas bombarded with questions regarding to the matter during the National People's Congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference held on March 3 and 5. He said the RMB has become the world's second strongest currency after the dollar and it has appreciated against other major currencies despite its previous depreciation against the dollar. The euro and yen dropped over 10% against the dollar last year but the RMB only declined 2%, while the real and nominal effective exchange rates of the currency have actually gone up. From Jan. 1 last year to March 4, the currency appreciated over 16% against the euro, 3.96% against the British pound and nearly 10% against the Japanese yen and Australian dollar. Internet users in China said they should take advantage of the exchange rates and travel to these countries.
Faheem Najeeb Wed 18 Mar, 2015

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Director for the Middle East and Central Asia Masood Ahmed has said the severe balance of payments crisis that Pakistan faced in 2013 led to a significant reduction in its foreign exchange reserves, which in turn led the government to seek help from the Fund. He stated this during a roundtable discussion organised by the Lahore School of Economics, here on Friday. He answered a string of questions about the Monetary Fund, the energy crisis, the impact of the plummeting oil prices on the oil exporting and importing countries, such as Pakistan, and other related matters. About the oil prices, he said it was a serious matter for policymakers and those interested in macroeconomic stabilisation and long-term growth and that the significant fall in the oil prices had been handled differently by the developing countries. "Some countries, like Pakistan, have decided to pass on a significant portion of the fall in the oil prices to the final purchasers, while others like India kept the final prices of fuel the same by increasing the taxes on these products to shore up their domestic revenues," he said.
Faraz Ahmed Wed 18 Mar, 2015

good steps are being taken by our government and finance minister.As a result of this,economy is getting better and better day by day.
moaviah azam Tue 17 Mar, 2015

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said national economy had been put back on track as a result of successful infrastructural reforms. Speaking at the Pak-US Business conference in Islamabad on Tuesday, he said the government had put in place a forward looking economic agenda for ensuring sustainable growth. He said the economy which was facing serious challenges a year ago was now improving with great positive indicators for economic stability. He said Pakistan had completed six IMF reviews of its economy successfully which proved that the country was heading towards stable economic. The finance minister said that inflation had been declined into single digit of 6 per cent, revenue collection increased by 13 per cent and foreign exchange reserves enhanced up to 16 billion dollar which was all time high. Ishaq Dar said the government had taken coordinated measures to promote foreign direct investment in the country and hoped that the investors from all over the world especially from the United States will take full benefits of investment opportunities in Pakistan. He said the government had embarked on an ambitious programme for energy generation through various means including hydro, thermal, coal, renewable and alternate resources. He said the work was underway to generate 10,000 mega watts electricity by the end of next three years which will help eliminate power load shedding and give a boom to economic growth.
Bilal Mir Thu 12 Mar, 2015

I would like to receive PakBiz daily currency rate SMS alerts. Please send me currency open market rate and interbank dollar rate on daily basis. As I daily visited PakBiz for currency rates updates. All the currency updates are accurate and live.
Faisal Nadeem Wed 11 Mar, 2015

plz send me saudi riyal currency rate on daily basis
m.saeed Tue 10 Mar, 2015

An interesting thing for currency rates in Pakistan, It is perplexing to see the Pakistani currency in a tightly managed peg against the dollar despite the lowering of the interest rate in recent months. Indeed, as a result of the sharp shift seen in global currency dynamics, the rupee on a real effective basis (x-rate estimated after taking into account bilateral trade shares and inflation rate differentials) has appreciated by more than 17pc since December 2013. Interestingly, this sharp rupee appreciation move is even stronger than witnessed by the dollar over the same period. As such, when various emerging markets are scampering to weaken their currencies in order to generate economic growth, the rupee managed peg is transferring ‘economic growth’ to her trade partners via a stronger currency. The global context in which this is happening makes things even more perplexing. As numerous central banks around the world have moved to ease monetary policy in recent weeks (with accompanying implications for currency dynamics), the spectre of ‘currency wars’ is back in focus. With interest rates in many economies currently very low the line between foreign exchange intervention via deliberate devaluation or monetary policy has become increasingly blurred.
Wahab Wed 04 Mar, 2015

Total liquid foreign reserves of the country over the week ending on February 20, stood at dollars 15.94307 billion, said State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). SBP's weekly statement here on Thursday said the foreign reserves held by State Bank amounted to dollars 11.07409 billion and the net foreign reserves with other banks figured at $ 4.86808 billion.During the week, SBP's liquid foreign reserves decreased by $ 119 million to $ 11.075 billion compared to 11.194 billion of the previous week. Over this period, the SBP made payments of $ 161 million on account of external debt and other official payments, which included payment made to International Monetary Fund (IMF) under SBA. During the same period, SBP received $ 43 million from multilateral, bilateral and other sources. Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2015
Umer Jaffer Fri 27 Feb, 2015

Minister for Finance, Ishaq Dar Wednesday said the government's next target for foreign exchange reserves was US $17 billion which would be achieved with its extra ordinary efforts. "Our team has set a new target and that is to take our foreign exchange reserves to $17 billion and with the help of the Allah Almighty we shall make every possible effort to achieve this target", Ishaq Dar said in a meeting with Country Director World Bank, Rachid Benmessoud here. The two leaders discussed important matters regarding future development roadmap of the country. Benmessoud formally informed on behalf of the World Bank Management that Pakistan has again become eligible for availing the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) funding after a lapse of three years. IBRD funding facility was suspended in March 2012 because at that time Pakistan could not fulfill the required conditions regarding macro-economic stability.
Rizwan Khan Fri 27 Feb, 2015

Foreign exchange reserves held by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) decreased 1% on a weekly basis on February 20, according to data released by the central bank on Thursday. SBP’s liquid foreign exchange reserves decreased by $119 million to $11,075 million compared with $11,194 million in the preceding week. The SBP made payments of $161 million during the week on account of external debt and other official payments, which included $136 million payment to the International Monetary Fund. During the same period, the SBP received $43 million from multilateral, bilateral and other sources. The SBP had received $717 million on account of the Coalition Support Fund (CSF) in the week ended on February 13. Total liquid foreign reserves held by the country, including net reserves held by banks other than the SBP, currently stand at $15,943.7 million while net foreign reserves held by banks amounted to $4,868.8 million.
Najeeb Ullah Fri 27 Feb, 2015

After a lapse of three years, Pakistan has qualified to avail the World Bank's International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) funding worth $2 billion for the next four fiscal years (2015-19), a top WB official said. “Pakistan is now maintaining foreign exchange reserves of more than 2.5 months of projected imports and has also satisfied other criteria of World Bank under the Country Partnership Strategy (CPS)," WB Country Director Rachid Benmessaoud said on Wednesday. Benmessaoud disclosed this to Finance Minister Ishaq Dar while discussing matters relating to a road map of the country's development in the coming years. An official announcement said that Benmessoud formally informed the government on behalf of the World Bank that Pakistan had again become eligible for availing the IBRD funding after a lapse of three years.
Shahzaib Ali Thu 26 Feb, 2015

Pls send me daily currencies rate
Zafar iqbal Tue 24 Feb, 2015

This is a serious matter, please read, Some elements circulating counterfeit currency: SBP Acting Governor of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Saeed Ahmad says that anti-state elements are involved in circulating counterfeit Pakistani currency in the country to undermine the national economy. “The central bank is vigilant to foil designs of these elements,” Mr Ahmad told newsmen at a conference on ‘currency management: strategies for the future,’ arranged by SBP at a hotel here on Tuesday. He said an extensive campaign would be launched to create awareness among the masses about spoiled and counterfeit notes. A documentary had been produced which would be broadcast on TV channels while a smart-phone application had been developed to help people differentiate between the genuine and fake currency, the acting governor said. The Chairman and Managing Director of Pakistan Security Printing Corporation, Mr Mis­bah Tunio, said that ‘enemy countries’ were producing Pakis­tan’s counterfeit currency which was exclusively being used for terrorist activities in the country. “These counterfeit notes of high quality are used to create law and order situation in Pakistan,” he said, adding that the same paper and ink was being used in producing fake currency but with different serial numbers which only experts could detect. The acting governor of the SBP said that many security features in the Pakistani currency could help differentiate between a genuine and fake currency notes. “These features are very hard to replicate in the fake note. However, the people at large usually do not know about these features and the awareness campaign will help them in spotting a genuine currency note,” he said. The SBP, said Mr Ahmad, was working on introducing hologram and other security features on currency notes. It is a costly plan and it is yet to be decided to which denomination it will be added. Initially, Rs5000 domination notes should have hologram that should be followed by Rs1000 notes while the rest would be considered at a later stage,” he said. To a question, Mr Ahmad said that the government’s domestic borrowing declined due to increase in remittance, IMF loans and sale of Euro Bond and Sukuk. “The government has decreased its borrowing cost by shifting reliance from local to foreign borrowings. The government has been criticised for floating both the bond and Sukuk on high rates, but in reality they have managed to save money because the rate in the local market ranges between 10 to 12 per cent while both the EU bond and Sukuk were offered at 7 per cent in the international market,” said Mr Ahmad.
Yawar Ghani Sat 21 Feb, 2015

Once again Pakistani rupees is under pressure, Dollar gained strength against rupee in money market on Friday and traded at highest rate of Rs 101.90 in cash free market. According to the details provided by the Forex Association of Pakistan, dollar traded at lowest rate of Rs 101.65 and highest rate of Rs 101.70 in inter bank while it was traded at minimum rate of Rs 101.70 and maximum rate of Rs 101.90 in cash free market.
Farhan Javaid Sat 21 Feb, 2015

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