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Today’s foreign currency exchange rates


20 June 2024  

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KATHMANDU: The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has fixed the foreign currency exchange rates for today (Thursday).

Most foreign currencies, including the US dollar, Euro, Pound, Australian dollar, and Dinar, have increased in value today.

According to the Nepal Rastra Bank, today’s buying rate for 1 US dollar is 133 rupees 24 paisa, and the selling rate is 133 rupees 84 paisa.

Yesterday, the buying rate was 133 rupees 16 paisa, and the selling rate was 133 rupees 76 paisa.

The buying rate for 1 Euro today is 143 rupees 23 paisa, with the selling rate at 143 rupees 88 paisa.

Yesterday, the buying rate was 142 rupees 68 paisa, and the selling rate was 143 rupees 32 paisa.

Today’s buying rate for 1 British Pound is 169 rupees 61 paisa, and the selling rate is 170 rupees 37 paisa.

Yesterday, the buying rate was 168 rupees 93 paisa, and the selling rate was 169 rupees 69 paisa.

The buying rate for 1 Australian dollar today is 88 rupees 88 paisa, and the selling rate is 89 rupees 28 paisa.

Yesterday, the buying rate was 88 rupees 07 paisa, and the selling rate was 88 rupees 47 paisa.

For 1 Kuwaiti dinar, today’s buying rate is 434 rupees 65 paisa, and the selling rate is 436 rupees 61 paisa.

Yesterday, the buying rate was 434 rupees 03 paisa, and the selling rate was 435 rupees 98 paisa.

Similarly, the buying rate for 1 Bahraini dinar today is 353 rupees 50 paisa, and the selling rate is 355 rupees 09 paisa.

Yesterday, the buying rate was 353 rupees 27 paisa, and the selling rate was 354 rupees 86 paisa.

Publish Date : 20 June 2024 06:51 AM

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