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THE US DOLLAR HAS TOUCHED ALL-TIME HIGH AT RS145.88 AGAINST PAKISTANI RUPEE IN THE OPEN MARKET

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The exchange rate of the US Dollar has seen the highest ever rise against Pakistani Rupee jumping to 145.88 in the open market as on Wednesday, 15th May.

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There are high predictions that the local currency may drop even further due to the current increased value of dollar i.e. by Rs.2.25 given by the Exchange Companies Association of Pakistan.

 

The report says that earlier this week, the greenback’s value had risen by Rs.2 in exchange of Pakistani Rupee being traded at Rs.143.70 on Monday whereas on Tuesday it weakened by 0.20% than the previous day and closed at the rate of Rs.145.88.

 

It was already predicted that the signing of the Bailout agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will affect the Rupee rate significantly in the International open market.

 

The Secretary-General of Exchange Companies Association of Pakistan (ECAP) Zafar Paracha told the media on Monday, “Fears of further devaluation as a result of the agreement with the IMF have depressed the currency market and the rupee may lose more against the greenback in the coming days.”

 

A local businessman Amir Shah in this regard has also given his comments saying the dollar has gone “rare” in the midst of rupee’s free buoy, “I have been struggling to purchase dollars for the last two days. Currency dealers are either saying they don’t have the currency or they can only give up to a certain amount.”

“I could only manage to get $1,000 yesterday and $500 today after spending hours on the roads,” he added.

 

Another local banker has quoted, “The potential for the higher rate of dollar is visible in the inter-bank money market.”

 

The investors have been anxiously looking forward to the Dollar Bills in the FOREX Market but disappointingly broke out over the unmentioned agreement signed between the government and the IMF authorities this Sunday.

 

The Business experts predict that if the Pakistani rupee continues sliding down might take the country’s Economy to an alarming situation.

 

Pakistan Open Market FOREX Rates (15th May, Wednesday)

 

RemittanceSymbolBuyingSellingCharts
   US Dollar DDUSD-DD144.05145.88
   US Dollar TTUSD-TT144.05145.88

 

CurrencySymbolBuyingSellingCharts
   Australian DollarAUD100.25101.25
   Bahrain DinarBHD375.5377.5
   Canadian DollarCAD107107.75
   China YuanCNY20.520.65
   Danish KroneDKK2121.3
   EuroEUR161162.25
   Hong Kong DollarHKD17.9518.2
   Indian RupeeINR1.962.03
   Japanese YenJPY1.271.3
   Kuwaiti DinarKWD463.5466
   Malaysian RinggitMYR33.7534.1
   NewZealand $NZD92.593.2
   Norwegians KroneNOK1616.25
   Omani RiyalOMR367369
   Qatari RiyalQAR38.739.05
   Saudi RiyalSAR38.4538.7
   Singapore DollarSGD104.5105.5
   Swedish KoronaSEK15.2515.5
   Swiss FrancCHF139.45140.35
   Thai BhatTHB4.44.5
   U.A.E DirhamAED39.239.7
   UK Pound SterlingGBP186187.5
   US DollarUSD144.15145.88