On Tuesday, the Pakistani rupee recovered against the U.S. dollar in the interbank market, recording gains after falling on Jan. 11.
The currency gained 5 paise to 176.63 rupees per dollar, according to data shared by the State Bank of Pakistan.
To everyone’s chagrin, the US dollar jumped to an all-time high of Rs 178.24 in the interbank market and peaked at Rs 180.30 in the open market on December 29, 2021.
Meanwhile, on the open market, the dollar fell 20 paise to sell at Rs 178.80.
The following are open market exchange rates for major currencies as of January 11, 2022