US dollar up by Rs2.70

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

The US dollar on Monday increased by Rs2.70 against the Pakistani rupee in the interbank exchange market, reaching Rs156.58.
As trade commenced, the dollar rose Rs2.70 in the open market, climbing to Rs157 in the open market.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus infection around the world has had a negative impact on the world economy, creating hindrances for supply chains across the globe.

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