ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Rupee has strengthened against the US Dollar in the interbank market after the closing rate was announced at Rs. 166.88 according to the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).
Earlier this week, Pakistani rupee fell to an all time low with the US dollar rising to Rs. 168.18 which was the first time in the history of the country.
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The Pakistani Rupee has been very unstable and has significantly fell during recent days since the economy is suffering due to the impact from the coronavirus pandemic.
In other news, Pakistan Stock Exchange was target of a terrorist attack recently but the security forces were able to thwart the attack and operations continued in the PSX normally.
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