Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Rupee

Rupee gained 35 paisas against US dollar

Pak rupee gained 35 paisas against US dollar to close at Rs151.95 on Thursday compared with the last closing of Rs152.30 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...

Rupee sheds 5 paisas against US dollar

Pak rupee shed 5 paisas against US dollar to close at Rs152.30 on Wednesday compared with the last closing of Rs152.25 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...

Pakistan: Rupee hits all-time low against USD

With a consistent downward trend, Pakistani Rupee touched another all-time low Rs153.50 in the cash free market on Tuesday. With a decline of Rs 2.60, the rate decreased to Rs153.50 in the cash free market against US dollar. The rupee...

Rupee gains against USD

Pakistani rupee gained 1 paisa against US dollar to close at Rs141.38 on Tuesday compared with the last closing of Rs141.39 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...

Rupee weakens against USD

Pakistani rupee shed three paisa against US dollar to close at Rs141.50 on Monday compared with the last closing of Rs141.47 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...

Rupee shed 1 paisas against USD

Pak rupee shed one paisa against US dollar to close at Rs141.48 on Tuesday compared with the last closing of Rs141.47 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...

FAP decides not to provide USD to speculators, hoarders: Malik Bostan

President Forex Association of Pakistan Malik Bostan Khan along with the representatives of other exchange companies met Executive Director SBP Irfan Ali Shah and discussed USD rate and its availability in the market. After the meeting, association decided that only...

Rupee shrinks against US dollar

Pak rupee shed 4 paisa against US dollar to close at Rs141.50 on Thursday compared with the last closing of Rs141.46 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...

Taking advantage of rupee devaluation, local auto assemblers have jacked up the prices of cars

There have been five price hike rounds in the last six months, wherein local assemblers have increased prices of various models in the range of Rs100,000 to Rs500,000. Pak Suzuki raised prices of its various brands in range of Rs10,000...

Rupee weakens against US dollar

Pak rupee shed 5 paisas against US dollar to close at Rs139.63 on Wednesday compared with the last closing of Rs139.58 in inter-bank market. The demand and supply situation in the market remained balanced as demand by importers and corporate...
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