The Pakistani rupee exhibited stability against major foreign currencies, including the U.S. dollar, Euro, Pound, Dirham, Riyal, and others in the open market on Sunday. The exchange rates for various currencies were as follows:

  1. U.S. Dollar (USD):
    • Buying: 282.4
    • Selling: 285.15
  1. Euro (E.U.R.):
    • Buying: 308
    • Selling: 311
  1. UK Pound Sterling (GBP):
    • Buying: 357.5
    • Selling: 361
  1. U.A.E. Dirham (AED):
    • Buying: 77.5
    • Selling: 78.3
  1. Saudi Riyal (S.A.R.):
    • Buying: 75.3
    • Selling: 76
  1. Other Currencies:
      • Australian Dollar (AUD): Buying 188, Selling 190
      • Bahrain Dinar (B.H.D.): Buying 752.82, Selling 760.82
      • Canadian Dollar (CAD): Buying 210, Selling 212
      • China Yuan (CNY): Buying 39.82, Selling 40.22
      • Danish Krone (D.K.K.): Buying 41.4, Selling 41.8
      • Hong Kong Dollar (H.K.D.): Buying 35.97, Selling 36.32
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      • Indian Rupee (INR): Buying 3.41, Selling 3.52
      • Japanese Yen (J.P.Y.): Buying 1.39, Selling 1.45
      • Kuwaiti Dinar (K.W.D.): Buying 921.21, Selling 930.21
      • Malaysian Ringgit (MYR): Buying 60.79, Selling 61.39
      • New Zealand Dollar (N.Z.D.): Buying 175.83, Selling 177.83
      • Norwegians Krone (NOK): Buying 26.97, Selling 27.28
      • Omani Riyal (O.M.R.): Buying 735.27, Selling 743.27
      • Qatari Riyal (QAR): Buying 77.81, Selling 78.51
      • Singapore Dollar (S.G.D.): Buying 210.5, Selling 212.5
      • Swedish Korona (S.E.K.): Buying 27.56, Selling 27.81
      • Swiss Franc (CHF): Buying 328.02, Selling 330.52
      • Thai Bhat (T.H.B.): Buying 8.14, Selling 8.29
    • Notably, this Sunday, the Pakistani rupee maintained its stability against the U.S. dollar and other major currencies. The U.S. dollar was quoted at 282.4 for buying and 285.15 for selling, reflecting a steady trend in the open market. The Euro and the British Pound also showed stability, with the exchange rates remaining consistent. The Dirham witnessed a slight drop, reaching a new rate of 77.5, while the Saudi Riyal remained stable at 75.3. Overall, the currency exchange scenario in Pakistan on December 24, 2023, indicated a generally regular and consistent trend against various foreign currencies.

 

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