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Weekly report: Rupee depreciates in interbank, gold up by Rs2500
A sign of the Pakistan Stock Exchange is seen on its building in Karachi, Pakistan January 11, 2016. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro/File Photo

Weekly report: Rupee depreciates in interbank, gold up by Rs2500

KARACHI: The US dollar gained value against the Pakistani rupee in the both interbank and open market while gold price increased by Rs2500 per tola during the outgoing week.

According to details, the price of the greenback increased by Rs 2.39 in the interbank market, closing at Rs166.63, and increased by Rs2.50 in the open market, closing at Rs167.20.

On the other hand gold price also saw an upward trend and increased by Rs2500 per tola during the outgoing week to reach price of Rs100700 per tola.

Stock market continues battling virus concerns and closed with a fall of 1172 points or 3.4 percent to close at 33439 points.

Price of other international currencies also increased. Euro up by Re1 to Rs186, Pound in open market up by Rs3 to Rs210 rupees, Dirham up by 95 paisa to Rs45.35 and Riyal in open market up by 90 paisa to Rs44.25.