ISLAMABAD:– Dollar at open market has reached its highest level with an increase of Rs1.50 to trade at around Rs176.50.
Sources told that dollar at interbank has crossed Rs176 level after a rise of Rs1.42. The currency is being traded at interbank at around Rs176.40.
It is to be mentioned here that dollar last made a high of Rs175.73 on November 12.
Earlier, US Dollar (USD) had closed at Rs174.98 against Pakistani Rupee (PKR) in interbank. The value of US currency was decreased by 6 paisa in interbank.
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