KARACHI – Dollar took further strength against rupee in inter bank market on Thursday, it was traded at highest rate of Rs 102.30.
According to the data provided by the Forex Association of Pakistan, dollar traded at lowest rate of Rs 102.20 and highest rate of Rs 102.30 in inter bank while it was traded at minimum price of Rs 10.70 and maximum price of Rs 101.90 in open market.
Published in The Banker Pakistan, August 29th, 2014.
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