The Pakistani rupee continued to lose its worth for the tenth consecutive session, falling by Rs0.68 in opposition to the US greenback in interbank market.
In response to Foreign exchange Affiliation of Pakistan (FAP), the native foreign money was buying and selling at Rs235 in opposition to the greenback in interbank market after shedding Rs0.68 throughout intraday buying and selling.
The affiliation famous that the banks had been promoting greenback at Rs236. Within the open market, the dollar was being traded at Rs238 to Rs240, the FAP added.
Within the final 9 consecutive buying and selling periods, the Pakistani rupee fell by 6.9 p.c, or Rs15.77, in opposition to the dollar.