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The dollar is Rs 3 in the interbank market and Rs 2 in the open market

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KARACHI: The Pakistani rupee is under pressure against the US dollar due to non-arrival of remittances as expected, which has made the dollar more expensive by Rs 3 in the interbank market and Rs 2 in the open market. No agreement reached with MF The rupee is likely to remain under pressure. According to a report by the Association of Pakistan, the dollar rose by Rs 3.2 against the rupee in the interbank market on Wednesday, taking the buying price of the dollar from Rs 207.50 to Rs 210.70 and the selling price from Rs 207.80 to Rs 211. Similarly, in the local open currency market, the buying price of the dollar increased by Rs 2.50 from Rs 207.50 to Rs 210 and the selling price increased from Rs 208.50 to Rs 211. According to the Forex report, the euro depreciated by Rs 1.50. The buying price of Euro fell from Rs 209.50 to Rs 208 and the selling price fell from Rs 212.50 to Rs 211 while the buying price of British pound remained stable at Rs 247 and selling price of Rs 250.

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