Dollar falls further in interbank

The Pakistani rupee has continued to demonstrate stability, while the US dollar has continued its depreciation against the rupee today.

In the interbank market, the value of the dollar has decreased by 1 rupee and 7 paisa, closing at 298 rupees and 82 paisa. This marks an 8 rupee and 28 paisa decrease from the highest recorded level of the dollar in the interbank market.

Conversely, the open market has seen a 50 paise increase in the dollar’s price, with it now being sold at Rs 300. This represents a significant decrease of 33 rupees from the highest dollar price observed in the open market.



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