The dollar has depreciated for the second day in a row against the Pakistani rupee in interbank trading.
During today’s business, the dollar fell by 42 paise to 282 rupees in the interbank market, while according to currency dealers, the dollar remained stable at the level of 285 rupees in the open market.
Remember that yesterday Interbank A depreciation of the US dollar was observed against the rupee.
Further increase in foreign exchange reserves of Pakistan
Economists say that fears of Pakistan’s possible agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are starting to weigh on the rupee, and the dollar may further depreciate due to the assurance given by the government. Is.