Forex & Gold 31 July 2012

Published Jul 31, 2012 03:14am

Forex Update: KARACHI, July 31: The Pakistani Rupee was traded at 95 to the US Dollar in the open market. (Bureau Report) (Updated @ 14:00 PST)

Note: We do not receive Foreign Exchange Rates regularly.

The last received rates are given below.

Spot Rates for public per unit of currency Exchange Rates for Currency Notes Bullion Rate in Rupees per 10 gms.

Spot rates for public per unit of currency
July 30, 2012
Countries Selling Buying Buying
T.T & O.D T.T Clean O.D/T.Chq
U.S.A. 94.4 94.2 94
U.K. 148.01 147.69 147.35
Euro 115.99 115.75 115.51
Japan 1.2069 1.2044 1.2012
Saudi Arabia 25.17 25.12 25.05
Hong Kong 12.17 12.14 12.11
U.A.E. 25.7 25.65 25.58
U.S.A. 94.4 94.2 94
U.K. 148.01 147.69 147.35
Euro 115.99 115.75 115.51
Japan 1.2069 1.2044 1.2012
Saudi Arabia 25.17 25.12 25.05
Hong Kong 12.17 12.14 12.11
U.A.E. 25.7 25.65 25.58
Source:-APP
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Exchange Rates for Currency Notes
Countries Selling Buying
Rs. Rs.
U.S.A 95.45 93.16
S.Arabia 25.45 24.83
U.K 150.06 146.44
Japan 1.2177 1.1879
Euro 117.34 114.53
U.A.E 25.99 25.09
Source: -APP
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Bullion rates in Rupees per 10 grams
on July 31, 2012
KARACHI
Gold Tezabi (24-ct) Rs 49,028
Silver Tezabi Rs 797.14
NOTE: Rates from Lahore, Multan, Hyderabad and Peshawar were not received.—APP
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