Dollar gains Rs2.32 in interbank
ISLAMABAD: The exchange rate of US Dollar against Pakistani Rupee witnessed increase of Rs 2.32 in interbank on Monday and was traded at Rs156.58 against Rs154.24 on last trading day, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) reported.
However, according to Forex Association of Pakistan the buying and selling rates of Dollar in open market were recorded at Rs154.5 and Rs155.5 respectively.
The SBP further reported that in interbank the price of Euro appreciated by Rs 4.41 and was traded at Rs 178.29 against the last closing of Rs 173.88 on last trading day. The Japanese yen was traded at Rs1.45 against Rs1.44, showing increase of Rs0.01 whereas an increase of Rs 5.41 was witnessed in the exchange rate of British Pound which was traded at Rs 205.67 as compared to its last closing at Rs200.26.
The Exchange rate of UAE Dirham and Saudi Rayal witnessed increase of Rs 0.63 and Rs 0.61 to Rs 42.62 and Rs 41.71 respectively, SBP reported.
Gold price jumps up by Rs 700, traded at Rs 95,200 per tola
The price of 24 karat gold jumped up by Rs 700 per tola on Monday and was traded at Rs 95,200 as compared to Rs 94,500 of last trading day, Karachi Sarafa Association reported.
Likewise, the price of 10 gram gold witnessed increase of Rs 600 and was traded at Rs 81,618 as compared to Rs 81,018 during last trading day.
The price of silver remained stable and was traded at Rs 1000 per tola and that of 10 gram silver was traded at Rs 857.33.
In international market, the price of per ounce gold depreciated by $09 and was traded at $ 1666 against $1675, Karachi Sarafa Association reported. - APP