Pakistani rupee inches up against US dollar


ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani rupee on Friday inched up against the US dollar in the interbank market amid more positive news on foreign exchange reserves front.

According to the information obtained from the money traders, the local currency appreciated by 42 paisas against the greenback and wan currently being traded at Rs281.25.

Stock market continues positive momentum amidst fluctuations

On Thursday, the Pakistani rupee had registered a marginal gain against the US dollar, settling for the day at Rs281.67.

In a key development, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) foreign exchange reserves recorded a notable increase of $1.3 billion during the two-week period supported by the arrival of the government of Pakistan official inflows from international financial institutions.

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