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Foreigners took $420m out of the stock market in six months

Overall foreign investment into Pakistan declines by 77%

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No, the dollar is not trading at Rs76.25

A Google glitch showed some strange currency rates

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Dollar stable in open market

The dollar has been hovering between Rs139 and Rs140 for a month now

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Dollar increases by 20 paisas

It is now trading at Rs139.5

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Dollar stable at Rs139

The dollar has been hovering at this level for two weeks now

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Dollar stable at Rs139

The dollar has been hovering at this level for two weeks now

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Every Pakistani to pay Rs127,000 as national debt rises 21% in a year

The national debt stands at $190 billion as of November 2018

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Dollar stable for two weeks, hovering at Rs139

Since hitting its all-time high in November, the dollar has been trading below that mark

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Dollar continues to show stability in the first week of 2019

It traded at Rs139.2 against the rupee in the open market Friday morning

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Dollar stable at Rs139

It has been relatively stable for around two weeks

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2018: A volatile year for the dollar

The dollar may become more expensive if forex reserves are not increased

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Dollar stable at the end of its most volatile year

In 2018, the greenback increased 27% against the rupee to reach an all-time high of Rs140.3

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Dollar stable for fourth consecutive session, trading at Rs139

Unlike previous months, December showed some stability in the exchange rates

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Dollar stable at Rs139

December has shown some stability in the exchange rate

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Dollar continues to slide

Drops by 40 paisa in the open market

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Dollar falls below Rs140

Drops by 40 paisa in the early hours of the open market trade

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Imported Nutella, cereal, fries, cheese running out in Karachi

Trader ability to import in bulk disturbed as duties rose

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