US Dollar Rate in Pakistan - USD to PKR Exchange Rate History
23 January 2020Today Dollar Rate in Pakistan is 155.2 Rs. USD to PKR Live rates are updated every hour to give you the best conversion. This Dollar to Pakistan Rupee conversion price is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan, also a complete history and record of USD to PK for last 30 days is available for your convenience, you can check the Dollar rates history of last month easily.
Today Dollar Rate in Pakistan is Rs: 155.2
|23-01-2020||USD||154.5 PKR||155.2 PKR|
|22-01-2020||USD||154.6 PKR||155.3 PKR|
|21-01-2020||USD||154.5 PKR||155.2 PKR|
|20-01-2020||USD||154.25 PKR||154.95 PKR|
|19-01-2020||USD||154.2 PKR||154.9 PKR|
|18-01-2020||USD||154.2 PKR||154.9 PKR|
|17-01-2020||USD||154.45 PKR||155.15 PKR|
|16-01-2020||USD||154.5 PKR||155.2 PKR|
|15-01-2020||USD||154.6 PKR||155.3 PKR|
|14-01-2020||USD||154.55 PKR||155.25 PKR|
|13-01-2020||USD||154.6 PKR||155.3 PKR|
|12-01-2020||USD||155.15 PKR||155.75 PKR|
|11-01-2020||USD||155.15 PKR||155.75 PKR|
|10-01-2020||USD||155 PKR||155.6 PKR|
|09-01-2020||USD||155.5 PKR||156.3 PKR|
|08-01-2020||USD||154.75 PKR||155.45 PKR|
|07-01-2020||USD||154.8 PKR||155.5 PKR|
|06-01-2020||USD||154.75 PKR||155.4 PKR|
|05-01-2020||USD||154.7 PKR||155.35 PKR|
|04-01-2020||USD||154.7 PKR||155.35 PKR|
|03-01-2020||USD||154.6 PKR||155.2 PKR|
|02-01-2020||USD||154.4 PKR||155 PKR|
|01-01-2020||USD||154.5 PKR||155.2 PKR|
|31-12-2019||USD||154.45 PKR||155.15 PKR|
|30-12-2019||USD||154.4 PKR||155.1 PKR|
|14-11-2019||USD||155.05 PKR||155.5 PKR|
|13-11-2019||USD||155.1 PKR||155.55 PKR|
|12-11-2019||USD||155.25 PKR||155.65 PKR|
|11-11-2019||USD||155.2 PKR||155.6 PKR|
|10-11-2019||USD||155.25 PKR||155.65 PKR|
Today Currency Rate of USD to PKR
Unites States dollar is considered one of the strongest currencies in the world. Before twentieth century, British Pound was the most secure, valuable and purchased currency but since twentieth century this title has been snatched by US Dollar. It is considered a reserve currency. Many international banks tend to keep US $ in larger quantities to pay off debts, to make investments, to conduct transactions and to have an impact on their local exchange rate as well. Dollar is the currency of choice in many countries because it is well estimated that it would never devalue and there won’t be excessive dollar supply in markets.
Pakistani Rupee has never been a very well anchored currency. Our economic and financial growth has a very strong impact on the stability of Pakistani Rupee. Since economic and financial stability in our country is still a work under progress, Pakistani Rupee to United States Dollar exchange rate is quite massive.
Looking back at the history of exchange rates between Pakistani Rupee and United States Dollar, a record low rate of 18.60 was touched by US Dollar in December of 1988 and anticipating from how relations between Pakistan and America remain, Dollar would keep on increasing in price. This situation can be tackled if there are good economic and financial relations between Pakistan and USA for which government of Pakistan is making quite a noticeable effort.
In the past, the lawyers’ movement and Pakistan’s political instability has done quite some damage to its overall performance in every sector. When the value of Pakistani rupee went down, our currency exchange rates took quite a drastic turn due to which a lot of money had to be paid on the import of goods and our exports were being sold at lower prices. As a result, price of fuel and other amenities went up. Unemployment and inflation were at peak. It has taken quite some time to bring Pakistan out of complete economic crisis though situation is not completely better at the moment. Pakistan is still battling terrorism and it has affected its relations with USA. United States has been giving multiple sorts of financial aids to Pakistan in the past but recently in the wake of terrorism, military aid worth 300 million dollars was withheld by US Government.
Government of Pakistan is making every possible attempt to tackle economic setback in the country along with maintenance of balance of trade. We hope that with the constant efforts, value of our currency goes up and in return benefits to Pakistani masses in terms of usage of fuel and other facilities and of course currency exchange as well.