HKD to PKR Currency Converter - 1000 Hong Kong Dollar To Pakistan Rupee

1000 HKD = 19694.076 PKR

1 HKD = 19.69 PKR
Your Conversion : 1000 HKD = 19694.076 PKR
Reverse Conversion : 19694.076 PKR = 1000 HKD

Hong Kong Dollar Pakistan Rupee

Updated: May 18 2021

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Today Hong Kong Dollar Rate to Pakistan Rupee (1000 HKD to PKR) is 19694.076 PKR, all prices are updated every hour to give you the best HKD to PKR conversion. This Hong Kong Dollar to Pakistan Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan. Easily find the 1000 HKD buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan. You can also convert all major currencies online.

HKD TO PKR CHART & GRAPH

HKD TO PKR STATS

Last 30 days LAST 90 DAYS
High 16.9 17.9
Low 16.8 16.8
Average 16.8133 17.3256

HKD TO PKR OPEN MARKET FOREX RATES HISTORY

Date Buying Selling
18 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
17 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
8 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
7 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
6 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
5 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
4 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
3 May, 2021 16.55 16.80
30 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
29 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
28 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
26 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
24 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
23 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
22 Apr, 2021 16.55 16.80
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HKD to PKR

The Hong Kong Dollar is almost 19 times of the Pakistani Rupees. This difference between the Pakistani Rupees and the Hong Kong dollar is enormous. But it is expected to be decreased. In the following text, the HDK and the PKR, as well as their relationship, is described.

HKD

HKD means the “Hong Kong Dollar” and HKD is its abbreviation. As the meaning clarifies, HKD is the currency in Hong Kong. Now there is something very interesting about this currency. In all countries of the world, a standard currency is used all over the country. It means that all cities in the same country will use the same form of currency for all sorts of transactions.

For example, entire Pakistan uses Pakistan Rupees as its currency. All cities included the areas considered as FATA. Even sometimes, more than one country uses the same form of currency. For instance, all countries under the United Arab Emirates use the same currency. And that is Dirham.

But this is not the case in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is a city situated in China. It is officially recognized as a part of China. But the entire country of China uses a different currency than Hong Kong. In China, the commonly used currency is the Yuan. While in Hong Kong, the HDK is used.

The Hong Kong Dollar is recognized as a different currency than the Chinese Yuan in the international exchange market. Just as the United States Dollar, the Hong Kong Dollar is also divided into further 100 Cents; this currency is also used in a nearby territory. That is Macau. The currency of Macau has been pegged to the Hong Kong Dollar. And the Hong Kong Dollar has been pegged to the United States Dollar. This peg between the USD and HKD is the main reason for the strength of the currency of Hong Kong.

PKR

PKR is the currency of Pakistan. That is the Pakistani Rupees. It is the official currency used in Pakistan. Now here is the thing about this currency. It is very weak. The strength of most countries varies mostly because of the country’s market conditions. And the demand for the currency in the international exchange market. The Pakistani currency faces issues in both scenarios.

The market of Pakistan is facing so many issues. For a Pakistani citizen to expect a positive future about the economy is unusual. Most people have just lost hope. Businesses are facing losses. People have a low income. Unemployment is high. It is a terrible time for Pakistan. And the pandemic just added a cherry on top. After the COVID-19, the economy got worse, and optimism is hard in these times.

But there is still a chance. This ray of hope comes from two main reasons. One is that many of the loans received by Pakistan have been paid off. Pakistan is still in debt, but it is lesser now. Moreover, the recession period is always expected to end. And no matter how bad the conditions of the economy are. There is still hope for a boom period. Due to this expectation, the demand for Pakistani Rupee is expected to increase globally. It would positively strengthen the Pakistani Rupees.

HKD and PKR

The Hong Kong Dollar is much stronger than the Pakistani Rupees. One HDK is equal to almost 21 Pakistani Rupees. When converted from PKR to HDK, we get a result of 0.0467 HDK. The currency of Hong Kong is of a city, while the currency of Pakistan is of the entire country. Pakistani currency is not pegged with any other currency, but the Hong Kong dollar is pegged with the United States Dollar. No other currency is pegged with the PKR, but the currency of Hong Kong is pegged with the currency of Macau. These are some of the identifiable differences between both currencies.

Currently, none of the currencies is expected to have a change. It is why no changes are expected in the exchange rate of the Hong Kong Dollar and the Pakistani Rupees. Over the past few weeks, a zero percent change has been seen in the exchange rate of HDK and PKR. It is normal for the exchange rate to not fluctuate slightly over a short period.

Future expectations, however, are different. As mentioned above, it is expected that the currency of Pakistan will become stronger than it is now. It would cause a difference in both currencies to decrease. For example, if the HDK is now equated to 19.694076 PKR, in the future, it is expected to be lower than that. Hong Kong is a part of China. The relations between China and Pakistan are very good. It makes the relations between Pakistan and Hong Kong also good. Both regions support each other and root for each others success.