Economy of Pakistan: In the context of Inflation, Money Supply and Exchange Rate


  • Farooq Farooq University of Gwadar
  • Kamran University of Gwadar
  • Adil University of Gwadar


GDP; , Inflation, Money Supply, Exchange Rate, Pakistan


GDP (Gross domestic product) is quite possibly one of the primary markers that specialists use to decide the well-being of a nation's economy. Essentially, all administration and monetary chiefs use Gross domestic product as a measurement for arranging and strategy making. Gross domestic product incorporates the market worth of each nation's items and administrations throughout some undefined time frame. This study aims to research the effect of the Unfamiliar Direct Speculation exchange rate, money supply, and inflation rate of the Pakistani Rupee against the US Dollar on Pakistan's GDP from 1960 to 2020. An element of this study is quantitative. In this manner, a logical methodology was utilized. Optional information for Gross domestic product, unfamiliar direct venture, inflation rates, money supply, and exchange rate from 1960 to 2020 was obtained from the State Bank of Pakistan site. The information examination procedure was the relapse strategy utilized in E-Perspectives. The consequences of this study showed that unfamiliar direct venture and swapping scales essentially affect the financial development of Pakistan's Gross domestic product. The impact of the inflation rate and money supply was positive, yet the impact of exchange on Gross domestic product was negative. The exchange balance possibly affects Pakistan's Gross domestic product. The review reasons that the public authority needs to establish a tranquil climate for outsiders to put resources into Pakistan to affect Pakistan's financial development decidedly. The public authority is likewise proposed to check the deterioration of the cash, which antagonistically influences the country's monetary turn of events.