The Pakistani rupee reeled to a lowest level versus the United States buck on Wednesday, breaching the crucial limit of 190 versus the dollar in the interbank market.

With a fresh decrease of Rs1.36 (or 0.72%), the regional money shut at Rs190.02 versus the dollar in the interbank market, going beyond Tuesday’s document low of Rs188.66.

Current decrease was credited to unpredictability relative to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program, combined with a lack of instructions from the federal government on significant financial plans and also a roadmap.



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