Pakistani rupee makes sudden dive - Financial Times
Pakistan's currency has suddenly and unexpectedly dropped in the biggest shift in nearly two years, in what analysts think is a deliberate move from the central bank to help deal with the country's lack of foreign reserves. The Pakistani rupee dropped ...
Why Pakistan rupee is on a roller-coaster ride - Khaleej Times
After threatening to "take strong and punitive action": he asked State Bank of Pakistan, the central bank, all domestic and foreign banks, and the foreign exchange managers and money changers to bring the rupee currency back to its original form and rates.
Pakistani rupee loses more than 3% amid fears of Sharif govt's fall - Hindustan Times
The Pakistani rupee lost 3.2% of its value against most major currencies on Wednesday while the Karachi stock market suffered losses on Thursday as political uncertainty plagued the country. The depreciation of the Pakistani currency took place amid ...
Pakistani rupee's fall was bound to happen - gulfnews.com
Dubai: The sudden plunge of the Pakistani rupee, the steepest since 2013, and its partial recovery on Thursday morning have been in the offing, according to some Pakistani expatriates. The rupee went down by 3.1 per cent to 108.095 per dollar at close ...
Pakistani Rupee Falls Amid Fears Of Sharif Govt's Fall - South Asian Link
The depreciation of the Pakistani currency took place amid fears that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would be disqualified later this year. ISLAMABAD – The Pakistani rupee lost 3.2% of its value against most major currencies on Wednesday while the Karachi ...altro »
Pakistani rupee succumbs to political chaos - DunyaNews Pakistan
KARACHI (Dunya News) - Pakistan rupee lost three percent in single session where the currency reached to almost 44 month low level against the green back due to political uncertainty in the country. The domestic currency opened at 104.95 but ...
A weak rupee is a result of macroeconomics, not conspiracies against the state - DAWN.com
It's a boon for some and a curse for others. The sudden devaluation of rupee has gone largely unnoticed in Pakistan. Yet the devaluation will impact most Pakistanis. Those receiving remittances from abroad will see some extra cash in their pockets.
Pakistan Can No Longer Ignore Its Weakened Economy | The ... - The Diplomat
The government prefers to see a conspiracy when all evidence points to a looming economic crisis.
Nahida Khan and Ayesha Zafar: Two sides of the same Pakistani rupee - Wisden India
Nahida, who made her debut for Pakistan in 2009, is close to 31. She is a picture of composure. She weighs her thoughts before responding. Ayesha, 22, is filled with nervous energy. She is chatty, opinionated, and enjoys the attention — it's not ...
Weak Rupee is a result of macro-economics, not conspiracies against the state - DAWN.com
It's a boon for some and a curse for others. The sudden devaluation of Rupee has gone largely unnoticed in Pakistan. Yet the devaluation will impact most Pakistanis. Those receiving remittances from abroad will see some extra cash in their pockets.altro »