The dollar became cheaper against the rupee
KARACHI: The dollar depreciated by 30 paise against the Pakistani rupee in the open currency market, while the euro and the British pound also declined.
According to a report by the Forex Association of Pakistan, the dollar depreciated by 25 paise against the Pakistani rupee in the interbank market, reducing the buying price of the dollar from Rs 158.35 to Rs 158.10 and the selling price from Rs 158.40 to Rs 158.20. Done.
In the local open currency market, the dollar also depreciated by 30 paise to Rs 158.30 from Rs 158.30 and Rs 158.30 from Rs 158.60.
According to the Forex report, the euro fell sharply by Rs 2.30 to Rs 190 from Rs 192.30 and the selling price fell from Rs 193.50 to Rs 191.50, while the British pound fell by Rs 4.10 to Rs 218.50 from Rs 222.60 and The selling price fell from Rs 224 to Rs 220.50.