Pakistan government fulfills yet another demand of IMF
According to the conditions of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), there is a 0.7 percent difference in the exchange rate between the open market and interbank for foreign currency.
In the open market, the dollar is at 307 rupees, while in the interbank, it's at 305 rupees, reflecting a decrease of 1.98 rupees in the interbank rate and 5 rupees in the open market.
The euro has decreased by 3 rupees in the open market, reaching 332 rupees, marking a 23 rupee decrease from its recent peak during the past few days.
The pound has decreased by 9 rupees in the open market, reaching 388 rupees, showing a 30 rupee decrease from its highest level.