In Tuesday’s interbank session, the Pakistani rupee (PKR) strengthened by 15.82 paisa against the US dollar (USD), concluding the trade at PKR 282.37 per USD—improved from the previous closing of PKR 282.53 per USD. 

The Pakistani currency experienced intraday fluctuations, reaching a high bid of Rs282.8 and a low ask of Rs282.4.

Within the open market, Exchange Companies quoted the dollar at Rs282 for buying and Rs284.8 for selling. 


Against major currencies, the PKR depreciated by 46.13 paisa against the Euro, closing at Rs311.27, compared to the prior value of Rs310.81. 

The British Pound became more affordable by 17.27 paisa, closing at Rs358.48, in contrast to Rs358.66 from the preceding day.

The Swiss franc demonstrated gains of 4.63 paisa, concluding at Rs329.89, a slight increase from Rs329.84 in the previous session. 

Against the Japanese Yen, the PKR gained 0.23 paisa, settling at Rs1.9841 as opposed to Rs1.9864 a day ago. 

The Chinese Yuan experienced a decline of 3.37 paisa, closing at Rs39.52 compared to Rs39.55 in the previous session.

The Saudi Riyal concluded at Rs75.27, indicating a loss of 4.32 paisa from its previous value of Rs75.31. 

Simultaneously, the UAE Dirham decreased by 4.73 paisa, transitioning from Rs76.89 a day ago to Rs76.93.