In the interbank exchange market, the dollar has become 275 rupees 30 paise. In the open market, the price of the dollar remains at 283 rupees.
The continuous increase in the value of the US dollar has broken the back of the Pakistani rupee. The dollar has become more expensive today by one rupee and 28 paise in interbank.
The US dollar started the first day of the business week higher today but also eased during trading.
After depreciating by 2 rupees 58 paisa, the dollar became 274 rupees in interbank. However, at the end of the day, the dollar closed at 275 rupees 30 paise in the interbank.
It should be noted that at the end of last week’s interbank trading, the dollar was worth Rs 276.58.
It should be noted that during the trading, the dollar had become 279 rupees after becoming cheaper by 4 rupees in the open market, but at the end of the day it became 283 rupees.