EEK to PKR Currency Converter - Estonia Krooni To Pakistan Rupee

1 EEK = 13.613495 PKR

1 EEK = 13.61 PKR
Your Conversion : 1 EEK = 13.613495 PKR
Reverse Conversion : 13.613495 PKR = 1 EEK

Estonia Krooni Pakistan Rupee

Updated: Jul 04 2022

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Today Estonia Krooni Rate to Pakistan Rupee (1 EEK to PKR) is 13.613495 PKR, all prices are updated every hour to give you the best EEK to PKR conversion. This Estonia Krooni to Pakistan Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan. Easily find the 1 EEK buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan. You can also convert all major currencies online.

EEK TO PKR CHART & GRAPH

EEK TO PKR STATS

Last 30 days LAST 90 DAYS
High 212.1366 212.1366
Low 197.4737 181.1283
Average 204.7527 194.7605

EEK TO PKR INTERNATIONAL FOREX RATES HISTORY

Date Rate
3 Jul, 2022 204.62
2 Jul, 2022 204.59
1 Jul, 2022 205.44
30 Jun, 2022 206.83
29 Jun, 2022 207.56
28 Jun, 2022 208.33
27 Jun, 2022 208.26
26 Jun, 2022 207.53
25 Jun, 2022 207.73
24 Jun, 2022 211.57
23 Jun, 2022 212.14
22 Jun, 2022 209.83
21 Jun, 2022 206.54
20 Jun, 2022 206.62
19 Jun, 2022 208.97

EEK to PKR

The exchange rate of EEK to PKR is around 13.613495. The economic condition of both countries matters a lot at this varying rate. In this article, we are going to discuss how these currencies vary with each other. We will also compare these two currencies and the factors behind their value. Let’s begin.

EEK

The EEK is the official currency of Estonia. In the past, it was known as Kroon and Euro. The word Kroon is derived from the Latin word corona, meaning crown. And the currency is symbolized as kr. This currency is subdivided into 100 Cents.

We will now compare this currency with the USD to see its worth. The exchange rate of EEK to USD is around 0.066676214. It simply shows the EEK currency is much weaker than the USD currency. More precisely, 1 EEK is almost equal to 0.066676214 USD.

In a nutshell, if we compare the EEK currency to the other currencies around the world, it is not that strong. But it is not that weak either. It is still better than many cheap currencies in the world. The currencies below EEK include VES, IRR, IDR, and many others.

The reason behind being a valuable currency than others is tourism. Estonia has many great places that grab tourists’ attention. Also, the imports and exports of the country are increasing day by day. All these factors automatically increase the value of the currency. 

PKR

PKR is the official currency of Pakistan. It stands for the Pakistani Rupees. If we look at the PKR currency, its value is worthless in the international market. As compared to other currencies, this currency is so cheap.

If we compare the PKR with the USD, it isn't very good. The exchange rate between both countries is around 204.28184, which is very cheap.

On the other hand, comparing this currency with other currencies in the world is still not satisfactory. The developed countries have such high and valuable currencies as compared to PKR.

As we discussed earlier, the value of a currency depends on the economic condition of the country. Unfortunately, Pakistan is facing a lot of issues in economic stats. So consequently, the value of Rupees also decreases. Another main reason is not showing up in foreign affairs. All these problems lead to making PKR worthless.

EEK and PKR

By comparing both currencies together, there is a vast difference. We can clearly see how both currencies differ from each other. The EEK currency is much stronger and valuable as compared to PKR currency. The exchange rate of PKR is very low to EEK currency. Due to the bad political history and economic conditions, PKR currency is losing its value. Another reason for being a worthless currency is the gradual increase in inflation.

In contrast, the EEK currency increases its value every other day. Not all the currencies, but EEK is far better than PKR. The Factors discussed above devalued the PKR currency. Proper laws should be implemented, and we should work on our economy to strengthen the value of Pakistani currency.