Interbank Dollar Rate Today in Pakistan – 3 November 2023

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Interbank Exchange Rates in Pakistan

The Interbank Closing Exchange Rate in Pakistan has been issued by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) for November 03, 2023.Interbank Dollar Rate Today in Pakistan – 3 November 2023

Interbank Dollar Rate Today in Pakistan – 03 November 2023

At the Closing of the Trading Session in the Interbank Market on November 03, 2023, the US Dollar (USD) settled at 284.31 against the Pakistani Rupee (PKR), appreciating by 0.31 percent.

Euro (EUR) stood at Rs 302.08, the British Pound (GBP) at Rs 346.63, the Canadian Dollar (CAD) at Rs 206.78, the Australian Dollar (AUD) at Rs 182.95, the UAE Dirham (AED) at Rs 77.40, the Saudi Riyal (SAR) at Rs 75.78, the Chinese Yuan (CNY) at Rs 38.86, and the Turkish Lira (TRY) at Rs 10.01.Interbank Dollar Rate Today in Pakistan – 3 November 2023

Exchange Rates against Pakistani Rupees Today

  • USD to PKR – USD/PKR (1 US Dollar equals 284.31 Pakistani Rupees)
  • EUR to PKR – EUR/PKR (1 Euro equals 302.08 Pakistani Rupees)
  • GBP to PKR – GBP/PKR (1 British Pound equals 346.63 Pakistani Rupees)
  • CAD to PKR – CAD/PKR (1 Canadian Dollar equals 206.78 Pakistani Rupees)
  • AUD to PKR – AUD/PKR (1 Australian Dollar equals 182.95 Pakistani Rupees)
  • AED to PKR – AED/PKR (1 UAE Dirham equals 77.40 Pakistani Rupees)
  • SAR to PKR – SAR/PKR (1 Saudi Riyal equals 75.78 Pakistani Rupees)
  • CNY to PKR – CNY/PKR (1 Chinese Yuan equals 38.86 Pakistani Rupees)
  • TRY to PKR- TRY/PKR (1 Turkish Lira equals 10.01 Pakistani Rupees)

Interbank Dollar Rate Today in Pakistan – 3 November 2023

Interbank Exchange Rate in Pakistan Today

Currency
Exchange Rate (In PKR)
USD284.31
EUR302.08
GBP346.63
CAD206.78
AUD182.95
AED77.40
SAR75.78
CNY38.86
TRY10.01
Also Read: Pakistan’s foreign reserves further down by $257 million

It’s worth noting that like elsewhere around the Pakistan, exchange rates are not fixed in Pakistan as well and they can fluctuate everyday due to a variety of factors including market forces, interest rates, inflation, political & economic stability, and speculation.

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