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Dollar falls by Rs1.82 in interbank market, a day after PM Shehbaz hosts stakeholders

PM Shehbaz had addressed the business community on Tuesday
Updated 08 Jun, 2022 11:24am
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KARACHI: The rate of dollar against the rupee fell by Rs1.82 in the early morning trade on Wednesday, a day after Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif wooed the business community in a grand dialogue for the charter of the economy in Islamabad.

The greenback was being sold at Rs201 in the interbank market during the intraday trade. Consequently, there would be a two to three rupees difference in the open market.

The appreciation in the rupee value comes a day after the dollar reached an all-new record level of Rs202.83 paisas in the interbank market, as the government jacked up the fuel prices and uncertainty over the International Monetary Fund bailout package looms.

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