KARACHI(a1tv news) The Pakistani rupee depreciated Rs1.82 against the US dollar on Friday.
The local currency was seen changing hands at 222.50 during the intraday trading.
A day earlier, the local unit closed at Rs220.68 after depreciating Rs0.95, or 0.43%.
The rupee snapped its gaining streak as the currency market didn’t react positively to news of receiving inflows from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) into the country.
Pakistan received $1.5 billion from the ADB last night, however, the much-awaited loan failed to currency market players.
Meanwhile, the PTI will begin its long march today from Lahore for the early elections.