Currency dealers foresee rupee to rise further in coming months.
The dealers say the grey market has already taken more than 50 per cent of their business.
SBP data shows total profit and dividend outflow rose to $548 million compared to $497m in the same period last year.
The latest data issued by SBP shows the country received $1.097bn investment in T-bills from July 1 to November 19.
State Bank warns inflation could rise beyond the target set for the current fiscal year.
Four years of deficits end in October.
SBP data says external debts and liabilities' percentage with respect to GDP has significantly declined.
Recent SBP data indicates investment in government-backed securities has become attractive for foreigners.
Move comes after exchange rate stability and improvements in ease of doing business.
Increase in inflows is likely to surpass the selling target of $3.5bn for the ongoing fiscal year.
"State must take leading role to invest in important segments of the economy," SBP says in its report.
The central bank receives total bids worth Rs1.96tr for T-bills against which it accepts Rs532.5 billion.
According to an SBP report, deposits accelerated to 6.8pc during the reviewed period, up from 5.7pc in 1HCY18.
Reduced CAD is a positive omen for the government, which is struggling with slow economic growth and high inflation.
If FDI's Sept trends persists, country could receive record high investment it received during the last five years.
Banks’ investment reach extraordinary levels at Rs7.94tr reflecting their investment strategy to book maximum profits.
SBP governor says public sector should be model to promote savings in the private sector.
The government raised Rs403bn from 12-month papers against bids worth Rs988bn.
MPC forecasts inflation to come down in target range of 5-7pc in next two years.
Islamic banking industry’s assets in the quarter ending June grew by 7.3pc rising to Rs2.99 trillion.