EUR TO PKR: Today Euro rate in Pakistani Rupees on, 24th September 2021
Karachi: Today EUR to PKR (Euro Rate in Pakistan Rupee) – EURO to PKR today on 24th September 2021 is Rs. 198.13. This is the inter-bank closing exchange rate for the EUR to Pakistan Rupee which is provided by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) every day.
EURO to Pakistani Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers in Pakistan. Check the 1 EUR buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan.
|24-09-2021||EUR TO PKR||197.00 PKR||198.13 PKR|
EURO to PKR Pakistan Rupee:
The 1 Euro rate is Rs.198.13 against the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) on Friday ( 24th September 2021).
EUR to PKR Open Market
Buying rate for EUR to PKR is Rs.197.00 and the selling rate is. 198.13 PKR (Updated: Sept 24th, 2021)
Just like in global financial markets, the euro currency is considered important in Pakistan. It is indeed a renowned currency worldwide. The rate of EURO in Pakistan has been in the limelight for a while now it is hovering around PKR.
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