The open currency market saw an increase in the value of foreign currencies, including the dollar, against the rupee.
According to the list released by the Forex Association of Pakistan, the dollar rose by eight paise in the interbank market, after which the dollar rose from one hundred and sixty-two paisa to one hundred and sixty paisa.
The price of Saudi Riyal increased by five paisa due to which the price of Riyal increased from forty two rupees eighty five paise to forty two eighty nine paisa Rupees increased by eighty-five paisa to forty-three rupees and ninety paisa.
The price of Euro also increased by 90 paisa due to which the price of Euro increased from one hundred and ninety four rupees fifty paise to one hundred and ninety five rupees forty paisa.
The value of the Canadian dollar also increased by fifty paisa, as a result of which the value of the Canadian dollar increased from one hundred and twenty five rupees to one hundred and twenty six rupees twenty five paisa, while there was no change in the value of the Australian dollar. .