US dollar inches up by 19 paisa to reach at Rs156.75 in interbank
LAHORE (92 News) – The US dollar has slightly risen by 19 paisa to touch Rs156.75 in the interbank market of the country on Friday.
In initial trading hours, the dollar slightly moved upward by 44 paisa in inter bank market.
On Thursday, the US dollar had slipped by Rs1.11 to reach at Rs156.50 in the interbank, strengthening Pakistani rupee that had witnessed continuous devaluation previous week.
The greenback is being traded at Rs156.50 in on the ongoing trading session.
The dollar had closed at Rs157.61 in the interbank market on Wednesday last as rupee regained its value by 72 paisa.
The rupee has regained its value from its historical low of Rs164.05 in the previous week.
The US dollar fell by Rs1.30 to reach Rs158.75 in the interbank market on Tuesday as the trading is continuing for the day.
It was closed at Rs160.5 in the last week. The US dollar fell by four rupees and five paisa to reach Rs160 in the interbank market June 28.
In open market, the dollar plunged by Rs1.50 to touch Rs163.
The dollar reached all-time high of Rs164.05 after gaining Rs1.89 in the interbank market previous week.
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