The dollar rose by Rs 4 against the rupee in a week in the interbank and local open currency markets

The dollar rose by Rs 4 against the rupee in a week in the interbank and local open currency markets


Karachi – In the interbank and local open currency market, the dollar rose by Rs 4 against the rupee in a week, due to which the rupee has depreciated.

During the last week of the Forex Association of Pakistan, the dollar recorded an increase of 4 rupees against the rupee in the interbank market, which increased the buying price of the dollar from 182.50 rupees to 186.50 rupees and the selling price increased from 182.60 rupees to 186.60 rupees. Similarly, in the local open currency market, the buying price of the dollar increased by Rs 4 from Rs 182.50 to Rs 186 and the selling price increased from Rs 183 to Rs 187.

According to the Forex report, the value of the Euro also increased by Rs 4 during the period under review, after which the buying price of the Euro increased from Rs 196 to Rs 199 and the selling price increased from Rs 198 to Rs 201 while the selling price of British Pound increased from Rs 238.50 to Rs 239.50. According to the Forex report, the dollar depreciated by 15 paise against the rupee in the interbank market on Saturday. However, the value of the dollar remained stable in the open market on Saturday. There was a decrease of Rs

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