KARACHI: The Pak Rupee ended stable against dollar in the open market on Saturday owing to lower demand of foreign currency.
The exchange rate was remained stable as buying and selling of dollar was recorded at Rs138.60/Rs139.10.
Currency experts said that the local currency would remain stable in coming days owing to hops of foreign investment with the visit of Saudi Crown Prince.
The visit of Saudi Crown Prince has been rescheduled and his is now visiting from February 17.
The Pakistani authorities have claimed huge investment treaties would be signed by the Saudi government, including $10 billion for a oil refinery.