KARACHI: The Pakistani currency on Friday depreciated against the US dollar in open market and gained value in interbank.
As per the local money market, the dollar shed five paisas in interbank to close at Rs 124.05 for buying and Rs 124.25 for selling. The dollar gained 70 paisas in open market for buying at Rs 125.70 and for selling at Rs 126.20.
On Thursday, the dollar lost 30 paisas for buying at Rs125 and for selling at Rs125.50 in open market. The dollar remained unchanged for buying at Rs 124.10 and for selling at Rs124.30 with no change against the rupee.