17 Jan, 2017
Currency Rates in Pakistan - Pakistan’s total Liquid Foreign Reserves (LFR) stood at $21,073.9 million on December 25,2015. Giving the break-up
17 Jan, 2017
Currency Rates in Pakistan - Pakistan’s total Liquid Foreign Reserves (LFR) stood at $21,073.9 million on December 25,2015. Giving the break-up of the foreign reserves position. A statement of the Central Bank issued on Thursday said that foreign reserves held by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) stood at $16,171.6 million while net foreign reserves held by banks were $4,902.3 million on December 25,2015. The statement of the Central Bank said that during the week ending December 25, 2015, SBP’s liquid foreign reserves increased by $559 million to $16,172 million compared to $15,613 million in the previous week. During the week, SBP received $500 million from IMF under EFF. Moreover, You can find live and updated open market currency exchange rates of US$ dollar, Euro. The following table shows major currencies buying and selling rates including converted price in Pakistani rupees. Check out for the latest open market currency exchange rates in Pakistan with the rest of the world exchange rates for instance: USD $ Dollar Rates, (€ -EUR) Euro Rates, (£-GBP) British Pound Rates, (AED) UAE Dirham Rates, and (Riyal – SAR) Saudi Riyal Rates, (CNY) Chinese Yuan Rates in Pakistan.