Find daily open market exchange rates in Pakistan.

in PKR

US DollarUS Dollar
104.65 PKR

116.32 PKR

Great Britain PoundGreat Britain Pound
153.01 PKR

Japanese YenJapanese Yen
0.95 PKR

Canadian DollarCanadian Dollar
80.32 PKR

Hong Kong DollarHong Kong Dollar
13.47 PKR

UAE DirhamUAE Dirham
28.49 PKR

Saudi RiyalSaudi Riyal
27.89 PKR

Kuwaiti DinarKuwaiti Dinar
346.28 PKR

Qatar RiyalQatar Riyal
28.74 PKR

Omani RiyalOmani Riyal
271.88 PKR

Bahraini DinarBahraini Dinar
277.43 PKR

Australian DollarAustralian Dollar
75.19 PKR

Indian RupeeIndian Rupee
1.56 PKR

Swiss FrancSwiss Franc
105.19 PKR

Danish KronaDanish Krona
15.64 PKR

Norwegian KronaNorwegian Krona
12.55 PKR

Swedish KronaSwedish Krona
12.53 PKR

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Currency rates in Pakistan. View foreign exchange rates and use our currency exchange rate calculator for more than 150 foreign currencies. is one stop place for the information of currency rates in Pakistan, including open market currency exchange rates, interbank Currency exchange rates and international forex rates. Here you can get fresh updates of all foreign currency exchange rates such as; USD $ Dollar Rates, (€ -EUR) Euro Rates, (£-GBP) British Pound Rates, (AED) UAE Dirham Rates, (Riyal – SAR) Saudi Riyal Rates in Pakistan. Open Market Rates respond directly to changes in supply and demand – Find daily up to date open market currency rates in Pakistan. Open market rates are influenced by a number of factors, including supply and demand, current interest rates, and also trading arbitrage by market participants and as opposed to being set by the Federal Reserve Board.