Karachi (Staff Report): The US dollar on Tuesday gained strength against the Pakistan rupee in the interbank and open markets.
The US dollar increased by Rs1 in the interbank market to trade at Rs150.50. In the open market, the rupee also saw an increase of Rs1 and was being sold at Rs151.
On Monday, the rupee continues to stabilise against the US Dollar as it gained Rs1 in the interbank market to slip below Rs150.
The US dollar is being traded at Rs149.90 in the interbank market as rupee appreciated by Rs1.
During the last three sessions, the dollar has depreciated by Rs2.05.